Intel To Announce New Core i5/i7 Processors In Q2, 2010
By on March 26th, 2010

Our sources indicate that Intel the world largest processor manufacturer will be announcing few new processors in the second quarter of this year. The Intel Core i5-655 and Core i7875 processors will be based on the LGA-1156 socket and will feature an unlocked multiplier. The Core i5-655 processor will feature 2 processing cores running at 3.2Ghz each. Its elder sibling the Core i7875 will feature four cores running at 2.93Ghz each. The Core i5-655 processor will have 4Mb of L3 cache, while the Core i7-875 will have 8Mb of L3 cache.intel_core_i7

Both the processors, like their other siblings in the Core i5 and Core i7 line-up, will be based on the 32nm fabrication process. These processor also feature an unlocked multiplier to facilitate overclocking. Thanks to an unlocked multiplier, Overclockers can directly OC their processors without playing around with their computer RAM’s speeds and timings and/or any other settings. Intel is also expected to announce a Core i3-550 processor along with an Intel Pentium E5500 processor in the second quarter. The Pentium E5500 processor will be based on the 45nm fabrication process.

It is expected that Intel Core i7-875 will cost less than 300$. The expected price of Pentium E5500 is around 70$. No information about the pricing of other processors were available though.

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