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Revision as of 12:01, 19 December 2012

The Intel Core i5 (Arrandale) is the successor of the Intel Core 2 Duo (Penryn) processor. Unlike the Penryn, Arrandale uses the new 32um process (Nehalem microarchitecture) which makes it cooler and uses less power.

Newer versions include Sandy Bridge microarchitecture (also 32um process) and Ivy Bridge microarchitecture (22 um process).

Features

Available Types and ThinkPads featuring them

Standard Voltage

Nr. Architecture Frequency (MHz) L2 Cache VT core Voltage (V) TDP (W) ThinkPad Models
max. min. turbo GPU Memory high low high freq low freq
i5-430M Nehalem 2267  ? 2533 766 1066 3MB yes  ?  ? 35  ? T410i, T510i, X201i
i5-520M Nehalem 2400 1200 2930 766 1066 3MB yes  ?  ? 35  ? L412, L512, T410, T410s, T510, X201, X201i
i5-520E Nehalem 2400  ? 2930 766 1066 3MB yes  ?  ? 35  ?
i5-540M Nehalem 2533  ? 3066 766 1066 3MB yes  ?  ? 35  ? L412, T410, T510, X201, X201i
i5-3320M Ivy Bridge 2600  ? 3300 650-1200 1600 3MB yes  ?  ? 35  ? T430

Ultra-Low Voltage

Nr. Architecture Frequency (MHz) L2 Cache VT core Voltage (V) TDP (W) ThinkPad Models
max. min. turbo GPU Memory high low high freq low freq
i5-520UM Nehalem 1067  ? 1860 500 1066 3MB yes  ?  ? 18  ?

See also

External Links