Early in 2010 Intel brought out the i3 processor, and seemed to downplay it in comparison to its big brothers, the i5 and i7 processors. After reading the insightful reviews at Bright Hub, you'll be ready to make a knowledgeable comparison yourself. The i3 has less power than the i5 and i7 processors, but it does have some features to consider. With the graphics processor built onto the same die, the core i3 processor can handle some tasks with surprising speed and competence. As one review suggests, it makes a great media PC, and a look at its performance ranks it well for a gaming computer. It supports hyper-threading, making efficient use of its processing power,and reviewers find that price for the i3 processor is in line with its abilities. Read the expert analysis and have the information you need for your purchasing decisions. There is more than one product in the i3 Processor family, and we compare the i3 products to one another as well as other brands.
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