Intel announces six more mobile processors

The US chip maker Intel has been busy adding more and more new CPUs to its product list – after announcing 16 new models a week ago, the company has now released six more mobile processors.

All new processors belong to the well-known 22 nm Ivy Bridge family and feature two cores. The Pentium 2030M (USD 134) runs at 2.5 GHz and offers 2 MB of L3 cache and 35W TDP, while the Core i3-3130M (USD 225) runs at 2.6 GHz and offers Hyper-Threading technology, 3 MB of L3 cache and TDP of 35 watts.

The rest of the group is represented by the Core i3-3227U (1.9 GHz, Hyper-Threading technology, 3 MB of L3 cache, 17 watts of TDP, USD 225), Core i5-3230M (2.6 GHz/3.2 GHz in Turbo Mode, Hyper-Threading technology, 3 MB of L3 cache, 35 watts of TDP, USD 225), Core i5-3337U (1.8 GHz/2.7 GHz in Turbo Mode, Hyper-Threading technology, 3 MB of L3 cache, 17 watts of TDP, USD 225) and Core i7-3537U (2.0 GHz/3.1 GHz in Turbo Mode, Hyper-Threading technology, 4 MB L3 cache, 17 watts of TDP, USD 346).

The new processors are available now.


Source: Intel

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