I7 Rackmount Computer – What Are the Differences Between Intel’s I3, I5, I7 Processors?
Intel is now phasing out its popular Core 2 Duo processing line in favor of its successor, the new Intel Core line. If you’re configuring an Industrial Rackmount Computer, it’s helpful to know which processor will most benefit your application.
Core i3 – Budget line. The technology behind the i3 processors includes dual core base, hyper threading support (for fast multiprocessing), and virtualization. Best for Web Applications, Word Processing.
Core i5 – Technically, the i5 processors are marketed a bit differently. There are two main types of i5 Processors, dual core, and quad core. Dual core i5 processors have 32nm technology, hyper threading support, virtualization support, and Turbo Boost technology.
The Quad Core i5 processors have 45nm technology, virtualization support and Turbo Boost technology, but do not have hyper threading support.
Core i7 – The i7 processors are available in either a LGA1156 chipset or a LGA1366 chipset. Both chipsets offer quad core performance, virtualization support, hyper threading, and Turbo Boost Technology. The i7 9xx series processors, using the 1366 chipset, are considered to be even faster, and the “top of the line” out of all them, even AMD.
Most Industrial Applications will likely benefit best from the tremendous flexibility and power of the Intel i7. It can be easily configured into a standard Rackmount Computer chassis and custom engineered for your specific application using legacy expansion technology like PCI & ISA. An i7 Rackmount Computer such as this offers both the power of Intel’s new line and many expansion technologies.
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