Processor: Intel Core i5-4590

Dell Inspiron 7000 2016 Newest Flagship Model 15.6" 2-in-1 Convertible Full HD Touchscreen LED-Backlit Laptop | Intel Core i3 | 4GB RAM | 500GB HD | HDMI | Backlit Keyboard | Windows 10 (Black)

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Processor: Intel Core i5-4590

Intel’s decision to introduce more cores would not only boost profitability and keep its competition at bay, but it would also provide a compelling reason for its users and loyalists to upgrade their CPUs going forward. The performance gains from higher number of cores on the new Coffee Lake chips might trigger a major refresh cycle for Intel. Altogether, I see this as a great move by Intel (if the slides are true).

I recently got my hands on a new demo Lenovo X1 Yoga, a kind of hybrid of the commercial ThinkPad lineup and the innovative Yoga consumer machines. The standout feature of the X1 Yoga is its 14” 2560x1440 organic light-emitting-diode (OLED) display. One of the benefits of OLED is that the panel can be thinner (generating its own luminescence, it doesn’t need a backlight), allowing an even svelter profile. The X1 Yoga — which is a full-on workhorse notebook with an Intel Core i7 processor — is only 16.8mm thick.

Processor: Intel Core i5-4590

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Price and performance details for the Intel Core i5-6200U @ 2.30GHz can be found below. This is made using thousands of PerformanceTest benchmark results and is updated daily.

  • The first graph shows the relative performance of the CPU compared to the 10 other common (single) CPUs in terms of PassMark CPU Mark.
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Processor: Intel Core i5-4590S

Welcome to the Intel Clarkdale otherwise known as Intel Core i3. The latest from Intel in Computer Processing Units. A new generation of CPUs for the lower to middle price ranges with a graphic die implementation, native Blu-ray dual-stream support and lossless 7.1 channel audio.

Anandtech into the Core 2 Duo’s architecture and capabilities that I highly recommend reading if you want to brush up on how Intel evolved the P6 core and what the long-term ramifications were. Conroe didn’t just sweep the Pentium 4’s performance out of the market — it kicked off a chain of events that left AMD unable to compete against Intel in raw CPU performance.