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

Intel
Scan code: LN36725 Manufacturer code: BX80623I32100T Request call
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Product Overview Visibly Smart Performance Starts Here
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
Specifications
Specifications
CPU Type Intel Core i3
CPU Model 2100T
Socket 1155
Core Name Sandy Bridge
Core Size 32 nm
Core Dual Core
No. of Threads 4
Core Ratio 25 x
Clock Speed 2.5 GHz
Turbo Speed N/A
FSB Speed N/A
QPI Speed N/A
DMI Speed 5 GT/s
Unlocked Core Multiplier No
Unlocked Full Range Base Clock (B-Clock) No
Max. Memory Size GB
Max. Memory Speed DDR3 - 1600
Max. Memory Channels  
ECC Memory Support  
Max. PCIe Lanes Supported  
Processor Graphics Intel HD Graphics 2000
Base GPU Speed 650 MHz
Max. GPU Speed 1100 MHz
Max. GPU Resolution  
L1 Cache (Total)  
L2 Cache (Total)  
L3 Cache (Total)  
Intel® Smart Cache 3MB
Voltage  
Max. TDP 35W
Thermal Specification 65 °C
Heatsink Active (With Heat Sink Fan)
Package Type OEM
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Intel
Telephone:
0870 607 2439

Additional Notes:
Manufacturer's warranty is reprinted here for your information only. Warranty terms subject to change without notice.

Retail Intel Warranty:

1st year, return to Scan or Intel subject to manufacturer's warranty.
2nd and 3rd year, return to Intel only subject to manufacturer's warranty.

Business hours for phone support: 08:30 - 16:00 (United Kingdom time)
Monday - Friday Tel: 0870 607 2439

http://support.intel.com/support/processors/sb/CS-020033.htm#3

http://download.intel.com/support/processors/sb/english_3yr_warranty.pdf

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