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List of Intel Core i5 microprocessors

The following is a list of Intel Core i5 brand microprocessors.

Desktop processors

Nehalem microarchitecture (1st generation)

"Lynnfield" (45 nm)

Model
number
sSpec
number
Frequency Turbo Cores L2
cache
L3
cache
I/O bus Mult. Memory Voltage TDP Socket Release date Part
number(s)
Release
price (USD)
standard power

Westmere microarchitecture (1st generation)

"Clarkdale" (MCP, 32 nm dual-core)

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Sandy Bridge microarchitecture (2nd generation)

"Sandy Bridge" (dual-core, 32 nm)

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"Sandy Bridge" (quad-core, 32 nm)

  • All models support: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AVX, Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST), Intel 64, XD bit (an NX bit implementation), TXT, Intel VT-x, Intel VT-d, Turbo Boost, AES-NI, Smart Cache, Intel Insider, vPro.
  • All models support dual-channel DDR3-1333 RAM.
  • Core i5-2300, Core i5-2310, Core i5-2320, Core i5-2380P, Core i5-2405S, Core i5-2450P, Core i5-2500K and Core i5-2550K does not support Intel TXT, Intel VT-d, and Intel vPro.[2]
  • S processors feature lower-than-normal TDP (65W on 4-core models).
  • T processors feature an even lower TDP (45W on 4-core models or 35W on 2-core models).
  • K processors are unlockable and designed for overclocking. Other processors will have limited overclocking due to chipset limitations.[3]
  • P processors disable the integrated graphics processor.
  • Transistors: 1.16 billion[4]
  • Die size: 216 mm²

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Ivy Bridge microarchitecture (3rd generation)

"Ivy Bridge" (dual-core, 22 nm)

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"Ivy Bridge" (quad-core, 22 nm)

  • All models support: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AVX, Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST), Intel 64, XD bit (an NX bit implementation), Intel VT-x, Turbo Boost, AES-NI, Smart Cache, Intel Insider, vPro.
  • S processors feature lower-than-normal TDP (65 W on 4-core models).
  • T processors feature an even lower TDP (45 W on 4-core models).
  • K processors have unlocked turbo multiplier
  • P processors disable the integrated graphics processor
  • i5-3470, i5-3470S, i5-3475S, i5-3550, i5-3550S, i5 3570 and i5-3570T support Intel TXT, Intel VT-d and vPro.
  • i5-3330, i5-3330S, and i5-3350P support Intel VT-d.
  • Non-K processors will have limited turbo overclocking.
  • Transistors: 1.4 billion
  • Die size: 133 mm² or 160 mm²

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Haswell microarchitecture (4th generation)

"Haswell-DT" (dual-core, 22 nm)

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"Haswell-DT" (quad-core, 22 nm)

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"Haswell-H" (MCP, quad-core, 22 nm)

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Mobile processors

Westmere microarchitecture (1st generation)

"Arrandale" (MCP, 32 nm)

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Sandy Bridge microarchitecture (2nd generation)

"Sandy Bridge" (32 nm)

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Ivy Bridge microarchitecture (3rd generation)

"Ivy Bridge" (22 nm)

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Haswell microarchitecture (4th generation)

"Haswell-MB" (dual-core, 22 nm)

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"Haswell-ULT" (SiP, dual-core, 22 nm)

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"Haswell-ULX" (SiP, dual-core, 22 nm)

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"Haswell-H" (dual-core, 22 nm)

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Broadwell microarchitecture (5th generation)

"Broadwell-U" (dual-core, 14 nm)

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See also

Notes

  1. ^ Turbo describes the available frequency bins (+133 MHz for processors based on Nehalem microarchitecture) of Intel Turbo Boost Technology that are available for 4, 3, 2, 1 active cores respectively (depending on the number of CPU cores, included in the processor).
  2. ^ Turbo describes the available frequency bins (+100 MHz for processors based on Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge and Haswell microarchitectures) of Intel Turbo Boost Technology that are available for 4, 3, 2, 1 active cores respectively (depending on the number of CPU cores, included in the processor).

References

  1. ^ Core i5-655K, Core i5-661 does not support Intel TXT and Intel VT-d
  2. ^ Core i5-2300, Core i5-2310, Core i5-2320, Core i5-2380P, Core i5-2405S, Core i5-2450P, Core i5-2500F and Core i5-2550K do not support Intel TXT and Intel VT-d
  3. ^ Fully unlocked versus "limited" unlocked core
  4. ^ Counting Transistors: Why 1.16B and 995M Are Both Correct, by Anand Lal Shimpi on 14 September 2011, www.anandtech.com
  5. ^ http://www.anandtech.com/show/5876/the-rest-of-the-ivy-bridge-die-sizes
  6. ^ http://vr-zone.com/articles/intel-s-broken-ivy-bridge-sku-s-last-to-arrive/15449.html
  7. ^ http://ark.intel.com/Compare.aspx?ids=43544,43560
  8. ^ http://ark.intel.com/ProductCollection.aspx?familyId=43483
  9. ^ "Intel® Core™ i5-2410M Processor". Intel. Retrieved 2012-01-01. 

External links

  • Intel Core i5 desktop processor product order code table
  • Intel Core i5 mobile processor product order code table
  • Search MDDS Database
  • Intel ARK Database
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