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Monday, 25 April 2011 10:50

Intel plans Core i3 2105 for May 22

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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3.1GHz for $134
Intel is still not done with introduction of its desktop Sandy bridge parts and the company plans to launch yet another Core i3 CPU.

The new one will be called Core i3 2015 and comes with 3.1GHz core clock and no Turbo for the CPU. It is still a dual core with two threads and it has 3MB shader cache.

Its not really a spectacular CPU but so had a pretty good laugh when we found it listed for saucy €1289.45 for boxed version and €1194.14 for tray one, both listed here.

Intel already sells Core i3 2100 with same specs but slower Intel HD Graphics 2000. The new one has Intel HD graphics 3000 with 8509MHz graphics clock that can overclock to 1100MHz if necessary.

The launch date is May 22nd and it will sell for $134.


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