Intel CPU i3 2100T Sandy Bridge Dual Core Processor - Low Power
Intel Core i3 2100T S1155 Sandybridge, 2.5GHz, 5GT/s, HD2000 IGP 650Mhz, 3MB Cache, 25x, 35W, OEM
These new processors feature improved adaptive performance that adds speed when you need it and built-in visual capabilities for a better PC experience you can see.
Features • Automatic speed boost when you need it
• Four- and eight-way multitask processing lets you get more done faster
• Stunning and seamless visual experience built in
• 4-way multi-task processing lets you get more done faster
• Stunning and seamless visual experience built-in
• Visibly Smart Performance with a Boost
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- 36 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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Retail Intel Warranty:
1st year, return to Scan or Intel subject to manufacturer's warranty.
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Date Issued: 26th Jan 2011
Overclocking, a term which you've probably heard used by enthusiasts and high-end system builders, involves running a hardware component at a greater speed than it was originally designed for. See how this can be achieved on the latest Sandy Bridge CPUs from Intel.
Date Issued: 7th Jan 2011
Chip giant Intel launched 29 new processors on January 2011. Split between mobile and desktop chips, this TekSpek examines the underlying architecture, known as Sandy Bridge, and evaluates where the new processors fit into Intel's consumer line-up.