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Intel I3 3120M vs Intel I5 5200U

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Price when product was launched. Cheap priced processors are searched for more often. Price
$ 225.00
$ 281.00
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This was the time when the product was introduced to market! Release Date
2012-09-30 (30 Sep, 12)
2015-01-01 (Jan-15)
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Which one is ruling in market right now? Intel I3 3120M or Intel I5 5200U? Status
Launched
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Manufactured by Company
Intel
Intel
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These products are brooded from this family Family
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These processors aimed at entry level computers.Intel I3 Series
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These were designed for mid range computers. They give medium level performance as compare to I7 processors.Intel I5 Series
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Generation in computer terminology is a change in technology a computer is/was being used. Generation
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Intel’s next Gen codenamed ’Ivy Bridge’ gives better efficiency than 2nd Gen and is low power consuming line of processors.3rd Generation
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Intel broke the numbering convention by naming its 5th Gen as Pentium. It consists first Complex Instruction Set Computer (CISC) technology. And was faster than any other at that time.5th Generation
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During development of each new core generation it is assigned a unique name for identification. Codename
Ivy Bridge
Broadwell
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The type of system it is designed for; for ex. desktop, laptop, mobile or embedded etc. System Type
Mobile
Mobile
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The CPUID lets the operating systems and applications determine if they are compatible with the hardware. It tells about current CPU configuration. CPU-ID
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It estimates the time taken by the processor to perform a wide variety of calculations. A higher number of passmark is always better. Passmark
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It is the rating of the computer’s performance under a few conditions using a single core. You want it to be of greater value compared to the other CPU. Single Core Passmark
1,313.00
1,436.00
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It is an average of all test runs submitted by users on their machines. You want it to be of greater value compared to the other CPU. Passmark Score
3,342.00
3,542.00
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It measures the time required by the processor to complete the tasks. Geekbench
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Its a test for 32 bit processors which results in the performance measurement of the CPU. A bigger number indicates a good score. 32 Bit Geekbench
3,978.00
4,784.00
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Its a test for 64 bit processors which results in the performance measurement of the CPU. A bigger number indicates a good score. 64 Bit Geekbench
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5,357.00
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It is used to test processor’s performance. A higher number means better CPU performance. Cinebench
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It evaluates the performance of computer’s 3D graphics and processing capabilities. 3D Mark
3,057.00
3,370.00
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Power utilization by different factors Power Used
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The maximum amount of heat generated by the processorΒ that the cooling system in a computer is required to dissipate in typical operation. Lower the number,lesser is its power consumption. Thermal Design Power
35.00 Watt
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15.00 Watt
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Describes how fewer pennies the processor costs on the domestic power it uses yearly. Annual Home Energy Cost
8.43 $/Year
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3.61 $/Year
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Performance per watt is the measure of theΒ energy efficiencyΒ of a particularΒ computer architectureΒ orΒ any computer hardware. Higher the measurement, higher the efficiency. Performance Per Watt
12.21 pt/W
30.93 pt/W
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Power consumed by the CPU Typical Power Consumption
28.44 Watt
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12.19 Watt
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Which one fits on your motherboard from Intel I3 3120M and Intel I5 5200U ? Package Specifications
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The no of CPUs required to satisfy a 60% increase in workload from a steady state run made previously. Multiple CPUs process multiple instructions simultaneously. Max CPU Configurations
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To know if the height of the CPU fits to the socket on motherboard. Package Size Height
37.50 mm
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40.00 mm
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To know if the width of the CPU fits to the socket on motherboard. Package Size Width
37.50 mm
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24.00 mm
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To expand the PC internally by adding additional expansion cards to the slots provided by the PC are optional in case of CPU PCI Expansion Options
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The Peripheral Component Interconnect express (PCI) consist of two lanes, one for receiving data and one for transmitting data. Number of lanes is total lanes supported by the processor. PCI Express Lanes
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PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect express) lane combinations that can be used to link the processor PCI lanes to PCI devices. PCI Express Configurations
1x16, 2x8, 1x8 2x4
4x1, 2x4
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The Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) express revision is a version supported by the processor. PCI Express Revision
2.00
2.00
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All the technical specifics associated with a CPU which one needs to inquest first ! Technical Specifications
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It is a basic ordered sequence of instructions that can be passed through a single CPU core. Greater the number, higher is the CPU speed. Number Of Threads
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A semiconductor technology used to manufacture an integrated circuit. A Smaller number indicates more number of features are built on the semiconductor. Lithography
22 nm
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It describes the resources, methods and design techniques used in the processor. Microarchitecture
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Intel developed codename for 22nm technology and predecessor to Sandy Bridge microarchitectureIvy Bridge
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Intel’s codename for 14nm technology and successor to Haswell technologyBroadwell
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It specifies on which version of the common language run-time (CLR) the CPU can run. Platform
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Physical connection which has to be compatible between the processor and the motherboard. Socket Compatibility
FCPGA988
FCBGA1168
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The no. of CPUs required to satisfy a 60% increase in workload from a steady state run made previously. Multiple CPUs process multiple instructions simultaneously being more efficient. Max CPUs
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An architecture that connects all the internal components to the CPU and main memory. Bus
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Different architectures are developed for different data transfer rates. Newer versions have improved rate. Bus Architecture
DMI
DMI 2.0
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The links which connect processor to the chipset. Number Of Links
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The data transfer rate from one device to another of the bus architecture used. CPUs with higher rates are preferred. Transfer Rate
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5.00 GT/s
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Set of instructions and commands the processor understands and can carry out. Instruction Set Extensions
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The width of address buses, data buses, registers is of 64 bits. The processing speed and memory size depend on it. 64-Bit Technology
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These are extensions to the x86 instruction set architecture providing new features, instructions and coding schemes. Advanced Vector Extensions
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AVX 2 extends Advanced Vector Extensions promote the vast majority of 128-bit integer SIMD instruction sets to operate with 256-bit wide YMM registers. Advanced Vector Extensions 2
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It allows to manipulate bits algorithmically for different computer programming tasks. It is better to have the option. Bit Manipulation
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16 Bit Floating Point Conversion F16C
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A set of Fused Multiply-Add instructions for floating point scalar and SIMD operations. FMA3
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In general, it is a processor supplementary capability. MMX
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It is an SIMD instruction set and acronym for Streaming SIMD Extensions (SSE). SSE
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It is a supplementary instruction set shortened for Streaming SIMD Extension 2. SSE2
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It is the iteration of the SSE instruction set shortened for Streaming SIMD Extension 3. SSE3
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It is the acronym for next level Streaming SIMD Extensions instruction sets. SSE4
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Streaming SIMD Extensions 4 is an instruction set derived with Penryn microarchitecture. Their executed operations are not specific to multimedia applications. SSE4.1
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Streaming SIMD Extensions 4 came with a few added instructions that perform character searches and comparison on two operands at a time. SSE4.2
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An SIMD instruction set known as Supplemental Streaming SIMD Extensions 3 with added ability to accelerate computations on packed instructions. SSSE3
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The extended operations instruction set is a major upgrade to SSE instructions. XOP
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Temperature at which the CPU should operate Operating Temperature
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The highest safe temperature used for operating conditions. CPU may damage if the temperature rises further it. Bigger the number it shows better it will help you with higher overclocking!! Max Temperature
105.00 Β°C
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105.00 Β°C
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It is number of hardware execution pipelines which read instructions to perform specific tasks. CPUs with a higher number of cores perform faster. Number Of Cores
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It is a primary cache used for temporary storage. It is the fastest memory and closest to the processor. Bigger cache size speeds up the process. L1 Cache
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Its use is to ensure that the CPU has the next bit of data loaded into it already by the time it goes looking for it. L1 is always smaller and faster than L2. L1 Cache Size
0.06 MB
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L2 is slower than L1 memory and is also called as secondary cache. L2 feeds L1, which feeds the processor. L2 Cache
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If the cache is missed it goes looking for it in L2. It is used to speed up access to the slower hardware by adding intermediate hardware. L2 Cache Size
1.00 MB
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0.50 MB
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It is the size of L2 memory split for every core present. L2 Cache Per Core
0.50 MB/Core
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0.25 MB/Core
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L3 cache is a specialized cache which works together with L1 and L2 to improve the performance. L3 Cache
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If the cache is missed in L2 it goes to L3 to search in. Its not always the case of more the better; but the best suitable size of L3 for operating on data. L3 Cache Size
3.00 MB
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3.00 MB
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It is the size of L2 memory split for every core present. L3 Cache Per Core
1.50 MB/Core
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1.50 MB/Core
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L3 cache is a specialized cache which works together with L1, L2 and L3 to improve the performance. L4 Cache
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It is the process of increasing the clock rate and running the processor at higher speed. It is better to have CPUs with higher overclocking. Overclocking
2.53 GHz
2.65 GHz
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The No. of executing instructions depend on its clock speed. It is a great factor to compare the CPUs of the same family. Processor Clock Speed
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Clock rate determines the number of clock cycles of processor per sec. CPUs with higher clock rate are searched for more often. Clock Rate
2.50 GHz
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2.20 GHz
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It automatically ramps up the processor speed from the noted frequency under operating conditions. It is better to have a CPU with higher turbo clock speed. Turbo Clock Speed
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It’s a speed the GPU core works at. GPU Clock Speed
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It’s a speed the GPU core works at. More the speed, more efficient is the GPU. Graphics Clock Speed
650.00 MHz
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300.00 MHz
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In order to increase the performance of GPU its base frequency is boosted up till a specific value i.e. its turbo. GPU Turbo Clock Speed
1,100.00 MHz
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900.00 MHz
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This frequency is the operating point where thermal design power is defined. The CPU should not be operated below the frequency. Base Frequency
650.00 MHz
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300.00 MHz
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To calculate internal frequency, the CPU multiplies bus frequency by certain number, which is called clock multiplier. Clock Multiplier
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CPU is locked in order to set its clock multiplier permanently. Unlocked multipliers permit the user to set the multiplier to overclock. Unlocked Multiplier
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To simulate the virtual world in your imagination, in real on your visionary device...! Graphics
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Those are used to rapidly alter memory to accelerate manipulation of computer graphics and image processing. These are fabricated according to required rendering techniques. GPU Type
Intel HD Graphics 4000
Intel HD Graphics 5500
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Rated graphics render clock frequency. Higher frequency WILL give the best performance of the GPU it has! Graphics Base Frequency
650 MHz
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Maximum opportunistic graphics render clock frequency. Max Frequency
1,100.00 MHz
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Interface available to communicate with display devices. It makes a plus point for the CPU to be compatible with more types of displays. Video Output Supported
eDP, DP, HDMI, SDVO, CRT
eDP, DP, HDMI
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Display Interface supported by the processor. Display Interface
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It enables wireless streaming of websites, videos, images, movies and much more. Wireless Display Interface
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It creates a communication path between GPU and PCH southbridge. Flexible Display Interface
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It indicates the increased area for computing program. Dual Display Support
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It is a suit of processing technologies built into the processor graphics which improve video playback and adds video quality enhancements for clearer, sharper and more natural pictures. Clear Video HD Technology
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It helps deliver fast conversion of video for portable media players, online sharing, and video editing. Quick Sync Video
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It supports 3D technology which provides stereoscopic 3D Blu-ray playback in full 1080p resolution. 3D Support
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Specifics of on processor memory Memory
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It reads and writes operations using system memory. Memory Controller
Built in
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The rate a which data is read from or stored into a semiconductor memory by a processor. More the bandwidth, better it is for the CPU. Maximum Memory Bandwidth
25.60 GB/s
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The maximum total RAM the processor will address. Maximum Memory Size
32.77 GB
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It refers to the bandwidth operation for real world application. Memory Channels
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Processor support for Error Correcting Code memory, used to detect and correct internal data corruption. ECC Memory
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Types of memories supported by processor Supported Memory
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Double Data Rate type 3 is a modern type of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) with a high bandwidth interface. DDR3
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Double Date Rate type 3 is a modern type of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) with 400-1066MHz I/O clock. DDR3-1066
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Double Date Rate type 3 is a modern type of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) with 500-1133MHz I/O clock. DDR3-1333
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Double Date Rate type 3 is modern type of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) with 1600Mhz memories installed to overclock. DDR3-1600
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Double Date Rate type 3 is a modern type of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) with 700-1866MHz I/O clock. DDR3-1866
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Double Date Rate type 3 is a modern type of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) with 800-2133MHz I/O clock. DDR3-2133
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It supports low voltage memory operating at 1600 MHz. It has a peak data rate of 10.6GB/s. DDR3L-1333
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It supports low voltage memory operating at 1600 MHz. It has a peak data rate of 12.8GB/s. DDR3L-1600
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This low power DDR is being used for mobile memory systems with higher data rate than DDR3L-1333. LPDDR3-1333
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This low power DDR is being used for mobile memory systems with higher data rate than DDR3L-1600. LPDDR3-1600
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This low power DDR is being used for mobile memory systems with higher data rate than DDR3L-1866. LPDDR3-1866
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Double Data Rate 4th Gen is a modern type of Synchronous Dynamic Random-Access Memory (SDRAM) used to achieve higher speed and efficiency. DDR4
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Double Data Rate 4th Gen is a modern type of SDRAM with 2133 MT/s data rate and 1066 MHz I/O bus clock. DDR4-2133
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Double Data Rate 4th Gen is a modern type of SDRAM with 1866 MT/s data rate and 933 MHz I/O bus clock. DDR4-1866
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Double Data Rate 4th Gen is a modern type of SDRAM with 1600 MT/s data rate and 800 MHz I/O bus clock. DDR4-1600
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Double Data Rate 4th Gen is a modern type of SDRAM with 133 MHz I/O bus clock. DDR4-1333
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Double Data Rate 4th Gen is a modern type of SDRAM with 2400 MT/s data rate and 1066 MHz I/O bus clock. DDR4-2400
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Hyperthreading enables the processor to execute multiple threads at the same time rather than the conventional technology of 1 thread by each core at a time. Such applications complete tasks sooner. Hyperthreading
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Technologies offered by the CPU Supported Technologies
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Enables to run several operating systems at the same time on the same machine. Virtualization Support
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It is a means of enabling high performance while switching both voltage and frequency in tandem between high and low levels in response to processor load. Enhanced Speed Step Technology
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Used to save power when processor is not in use. Idle States
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This includes technologies that can be used to keep processor at or below its max operating temperature. Thermal Monitoring Technologies
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It enables a wireless connection to wi-fi enabled devices. Wifi- Technology
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NX(No-eXecute) is a technology that separates memory areas for either code storage or data storage. NX Bit
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It is the technology that allows processors to run above its operating frequency by controlling the processor clock rate. Turbo Boost / Turbo Core
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Important to protect all the data operations on the chip Data Protection
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AES stands for Advanced Encryption Standard is the extension of instruction set to improve the speed of encryption and decryption. AES New Instructions
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Secure key consists of a digital random number generator that creates truly random numbers to strengthen encryption algorithms. Secure Key
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Features supported by the CPU for better security Protection Technology
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It is a set of hardware extensions which enables an environment where applications can run within their own space protected from all other software on the system. Trusted Executing Technology
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An execute disable bit is an Intel hardware-based security component used in the processor to separate areas of a memory processor instructions or data. Execute Disable Bit
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The system is used to prevent or to detect unauthorized appropriation of valuable items. Anti Theft Technology
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Intel I3 3120M vs Intel I5 5200U Comparison

Don't be in such a hurry, optimize your choice by looking into every detail of Intel I3 3120M vs Intel I5 5200U comparison. Because one out of these two systems, is going to process all your data and important information! Whichever platform they work on, their performance and speed has to be very efficient. One of the factors on which speed of a processor depends is the number of cores. Out of Intel I3 3120M vs Intel I5 5200U comparisons, Intel I3 3120M has 2 cores, whereas Intel I5 5200U has 2 cores. Clock rate also affects the performance of the processors, 2.50 GHz is the clock speed of Intel I3 3120M, while the clock speed of Intel I5 5200U is 2.20 GHz.

Lets talk about specifications which directly affect process execution of the processors. Architecture is one of the defining parameter on basis of which you can judge a processor. Intel I3 3120M has 4 threads and is built on 22 nm lithography, on the other hand Intel I5 5200U has 4 threads with 14 nm lithography. There are many other Differences between Intel I3 3120M vs Intel I5 5200U which we would see further.

Intel I3 3120M vs Intel I5 5200U Cost

For an economically efficient person comparison of Intel I3 3120M vs Intel I5 5200U cost becomes very important. Intel I3 3120M vs Intel I5 5200U cost will give you a rough idea which processor to choose according to your budget. Intel I3 3120M, which is a 2012-09-30 (30 Sep, 12) released Intel Processors costs $ 225.00 and is used for Mobile platform. Whereas, Intel I5 5200U which is one of Intel Processors costs around $ 281.00 was released on 2015-01-01 (Jan-15) and is used for Mobile platform. Processors overall cost can also be evaluated by knowing the annual home energy cost. Intel I3 3120M annual home energy cost is 8.43 $/Year , on the other hand Intel I5 5200U annual energy cost is 3.61 $/Year.

Intel I3 3120M vs Intel I5 5200U Key Facts

Intel I3 3120M vs Intel I5 5200U key facts include their benchmark score, graphics etc. The passmark score for Intel I3 3120M is 3,342.00 and that for Intel I5 5200U is 3,542.00. Intel I3 3120M vs Intel I5 5200U comparison is also based on various technologies they support. Intel I3 3120M supports Execute Disable Bit, Anti Theft Technology and Intel I5 5200U consists of Execute Disable Bit.