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Intel Core i5-8400 Processor Review

Yesterday we took a look at Intel's flagship 8th Generation Core Desktop processor, the Core i7-8700K. While that processor sits at the top of the product stack, today we are checking out one of the new Core i5 chips. It is the Core i5-8400 which is the only other 8th Generation Core i5 chip besides the Core i5-8600K. For the first time we are also seeing a 6-core Core i5 chips, much like the new i7's. This means we are going to see a nice performance increase over the previous generation. The Core i5-8400 has six cores, six threads (since no HyperThreading), a base clock of 2.8 GHz and boosts up to 4.0 GHz. Unlike the K-series chips you have a lower TDP of only 65W. This chip also comes in at a very attractive price point of only $182. Let's take it for a spin and see how it does!

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Intel Announces the First 7th Generation Core Processors

Intel takes computing to the next level with the 7th Gen Intel Core processor family. The 7th Gen Intel Core processors are designed for the immersive Internet and built on a strong foundation of the Skylake microarchitecture. Intel's latest 14 nm processors deliver more responsive performance than ever, fantastic entertainment and gaming, robust security, and even more natural, intuitive interactions with your PC. With incredible improvements that transform the viewing experience with 4K UHD videos, 360-degree videos , multiple video streams, and premium content playback, the 7th Gen Intel Core processors for mobile platforms enable a new way to enjoy the sharp and engaging content across a range of form factors.

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Intel’s 7th Generation Core Processors To Launch in Q4

Last week we detailed the first wave of Intel's upcoming Kaby Lake processors. These new processors will make use of the same 14 nm node that we have seen with Broadwell and Skylake, but with architecture optimization. Kaby Lake desktop processors were rumored to arrive in early 2017, but the latest rumor suggests that we could see them a little sooner. The latest leak says that we could see low-power chips in September and the mainstream desktop parts in December.

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Lenovo IdeaPad U260 12.5-inch Laptop Review

It is not often that I look at a laptop and say wow that looks beautiful and then pick it up and fall in love with it even more.  I think the only time that has really happened was with a Macbook Air, but I’m not even a Mac user.  Lenovo is not a company you really think of when it comes to beautifully designed laptops, they make great laptops no doubt, but most of them are not that eye catching.  Today we are going to be taking a look at the Lenovo IdeaPad U260 12.5-inch laptop, which is one of sleekest laptops I’ve ever seen and comes packed with an Intel Core i5 processor and 4GB of memory.  Is the U260 all looks or will it really perform?

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Intel Core i5-2500K LGA 1155 “Sandy Bridge” Processor Review

The word Sandy Bridge is what we have been hearing for the past 3 months.  In forums, on different websites and even on the news.  Sandy Bridge is the codename for Intel’s new 32nm processor architecture.  This new architecture brings on-die graphics to a whole new level and still has all of the same features we saw on the Nehalem architecture.  It adds even more with Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, Intel Quick Sync Video, Intel InTru 3D, and AVX (Advanced Vector Extensions) instructions.  With this new architecture Intel is releasing 11 desktop processors, we will be taking the Core i5-2500K through the paces, read on to check it out!

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Intel Core i5 661 Dual Core LGA 1156 Processor Review

For 2010, Intel has introduced a new line of processors code named “Clarkdale”, and will be known as the Core i5 600 series. At this point there are four processors in this series, the 650, the 660, the 670, and the 661. Today I will be looking at the Intel Core i5 661, a dual core LGA 1156 processor built in the 32nm process, with on-die video processing. This should make it a natural for HTPC and non-gaming rigs. How will the i5 661 fare with this geek who has had the honor of reviewing some of the most powerful video cards in the world? Read on to see!

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