Intel announces Core i3-2348M processor

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Intel’s Ivy Bridge cores have been on the market for nearly a year already but this fact alone does not discourage the US chip giant from launching Sandy Bridge processors. The latest Sandy Bridge CPU was born this past weekend when Intel quietly added the Core i3-2348M model to its product list.

As expected the Core i3-2348M, being a Sandy Bridge chip, comes built on the already well known 32 nm tech process. The chip features two processing cores at 2.3 GHz but supports Hyper-Threading, which means the two cores can process four threads at once. Furthermore the chip possesses an integrated dual-channeled DDR3-1333 memory controller, an Intel HD 3000 graphics at 650 MHz, 3 MB of L3 cache and 35W of TDP.

Pricing is unknown but the similar Core i3-2350M sells for USD 225, so we expect the Core i3-2348M to sell for around that much money too.


Source: CPU World

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