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July 30, 2010 11:40:33 AM

Hello,what is the difference between quad cpu and i5 one

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July 30, 2010 12:14:04 PM

I haven't had much experience with the new i5 and i7, but I believe:

i7 has 7 cores, i5 has 5 cores, and quad (meaning 4) has 4 cores.

:) 
July 30, 2010 12:19:22 PM

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i7 = 4 cores
i5= cors
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July 30, 2010 12:37:09 PM

i5 is only dual core I think whereas i7 is Quad Core, but it goes much more beyond the amount of cores you have for example, speed, chip-types and so on. :) 
July 30, 2010 12:40:40 PM

Yea, well i was way off. :whistle: 

only the i7-970 has 6 cores, and the rest have 4 cores.

some of the i5's are 4 cores, and some 2.

Its just more advanced tech. put into each chip...oh well.


And hey! Someday there will be an intel CPU with 7 cores :ouch: 
July 30, 2010 1:44:03 PM

kennyparker1337 said:
I haven't had much experience with the new i5 and i7, but I believe:

i7 has 7 cores, i5 has 5 cores, and quad (meaning 4) has 4 cores.

:) 

:o 
i7 980X = 6 cores
i7 is = Quad 4 cores
i5 upto model 570 = dual core that means 2 cores and from i5 570 all r Quad core that means 4 cores
i3= dual core 2 cores....
July 30, 2010 1:45:00 PM

LastVampyer said:
i5 is only dual core I think whereas i7 is Quad Core, but it goes much more beyond the amount of cores you have for example, speed, chip-types and so on. :) 

i 5 are dual cores and starting from model i5 750 they r all Quad cores......and all i7 except i7 980x are quad cores..... i7 980 is a 6 core processor.....
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July 30, 2010 2:14:35 PM

i7 970/80X = 6-core/HT/LGA1366/Turbo
i7 920/30/40/50/60/65/75 = 4-core/HT/1366/Turbo
i7 8X0 = 4-core/HT/LRA1156/Turbo
i5 7X0 = 4-core/LGA1156/Turbo
i5 6XX = 2-core/IGP/HT/LGA1156/Turbo
i3 5XX = 2-core/IGP/HT/LGA1156
Pentium GXXXX = 2-core/IGP/LGA1156
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