Intel Bring New Era in 64 bits Consumer Processor

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Intel Bring New Era in 64 bits Consumer Processor

In early 2010, Intel has launched their new product lines and there are Intel Core i3, Intel Core i5, and Intel Core i7. Every processor have unique characteristic and capabilities. Intel design every  processor for different application. But what is the differences between this new product line and current product line? Actually Intel Core i3, Intel Core i5, or Intel Core i7 is expanded version from Intel Core 2 Duo or Intel Core 2 Quad. Intel Core i family is a 64 bits processor with much more capabilities. With this new processor your computer can break your current memory limitation at 3 GB, to almost 128 GB depend on your manufacture and operating system.

This new processor is design to meet the future demand of processor demand and memory demand. Recently, Microsoft have launched the Microsoft Windows 7, that very optimal to use in 64 bits processor environment.

Here is brief description for each processor:

  • Intel Core i3 is design for entry level consumer with basic multi-tasking requirement and to replace the old Core 2 family. The Intel Core i3 have 2 different product variation.
  • Intel Core i5 is design for medium level consumer with medium usage of multi-tasking requirement (around 3-4 task running at the same time). The Intel Core i5 have 6 product variation.
  • Intel Core i7 is design for advance level consumer with high or extreme multi-tasking requirement (more than 5 tasks at the same time).¬† The Intel Core i7 have 11 product variation.

So are you ready to take the advantages of 64 bits processor? I want to hear your opinion.

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