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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Mobile only again.
9W-28W mobile parts only.
Ice Lake feat. Sunny Cove gets closer.
The successor to the popular Core i3-8350K has landed without integrated graphics, but is it a match for AMD?
Six new laptop chips total, plus some desktop ones.
Another stopgap before 10nm.
A mobile-targeted Core i3, oddly.
Intel doubled its Core i3 core counts, and the Core i3-8350K costs just £160, but is it still a bargain compared to AMD's Ryzen 5 quad-cores?
Low-power now, enthusiast in January.
Offers a boost to Intel's entry-level chips.
Starts with i3, i5 variants.
Two drive bays, RAID 0 and 1 support.
Core-M gets mainstream brethren.
Better specs, new features, Q4 launch.
We take a look at Intel's beefed-up NUC board - the DC53427RKE which sports a Core i5 CPU and USB 3.0.
Fills in the top and bottom nicely.
We take a look at AMD's new Richland range of desktop APUs. Perfect for budget builders?
Like the idea of a Core i3-powered motherboard 60 per cent smaller than mini-ITX? So do we.
Ivy Bridge is now available for less than £100 - we check out whether the Core i3-3220 is worth the cash
Dual-core 1.8GHz Core-i3 in a 100mm-square box.
Compares favourably to equivalent Intel chips.
ASRock and Gigabyte are the first to announce Ivy Bridge-ready products based on Intel's Z77 and H77 chipsets.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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