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Intel Core i3 VS Core i5 VS Core i7

-- Core i3 -- * Entry-level * Cheaper * 2 cores and hyperthreading -- Core i5 -- * Mainstream-level * 2 cores and hyperthreading or 4 cores and no hyperthreading * Improved onboard graphics * Turbo boost -- Core i7 -- * High-End level * 2-8 cores * Can support 2-8 memory sticks * Hyperthreading * More cache * Faster turbo boost * Even better onboard graphics Conclusion: i7 is considered high-end, i5 mid-level, and i3 entry level. Even though the numbers do matter, there are other factors that affect the performance of your CPU Check out this article for a more detailed explanation:
intel core i7 all the way!
heheh I remember being so excited when I got my was back in the Sandy Bridge days....I feel like that core is ancient now...
@BRNKNG hmm yes for gamers!
@csgeek i personally have it on my computer too :)
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