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Intel Dual Core price drop

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 28, 2006

A story from PCMag reports that Intel Dual Core processor prices have been slashed by as much as 40-60%. So I checked the local stores to see if they indeed change their list price to reflect the same. While Villman still lists the Intel Pentium D Processor 820 (Dual Core, 2.80 GHz, 800MHz) at Php 10,499, the ones at PC Express is already down to just Php 6,900 only. The Pentium D 805 (Dual Core; 2.66 GHz, 533MHz) but on PCX it's only Php 5,750. I'm sure Villman will follow suit and update their prices. Even the AMD Socket 939…

New Intel Core i7 2600, Core i5 2400 arrives

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: January 24, 2011

During CES 2011 a couple weeks back, Intel announced 29 new processors to come out this year. And while Intel Philippines hasn't officially announced the entry of these new processors, we've already seen a couple fo them now being sold in stores. A quick visit at PC Express revealed two new Core i-series processors already in stock. Intel Core i7-2600 (3.4GHz) 8MB 32nm 4 cores, 8 threads 95 watts TDP Turbo Boost 3.8GHz Intel HD Graphics (embedded) Price: Php14,200 Intel Core i5-2400 (3.1GHz) 6MB 32nm 4 cores, 4 threads 95 watts TDP Turbo Boost 3.4GHz Intel HD Graphics (embedded) Price:…

New Intel NUC mini PC now comes with 5th gen Core i7

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: July 8, 2015

Intel's NUC mini-PC has only been available in Celeron, Core i3 and Core i5 variants since the start of the year but Intel PH has promised a new 5th generation Core i7 variant will come by Q3. Intel Philippines and PC Express jointly introduced the PCX Cobalt NUC last March (check out our review here). The new variant that just came out this week comes with a 5th generation Intel Core i7-5557U processor (3.1GHz, up to 3.4GHz Turbo Boost) and Iris 6100 graphics. The kit can be upgraded with up to 16GB of DDR3 RAM and a choice of M.2…

Intel launches new Core i5 and i7 Processors

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: September 11, 2009

Intel Philippines yesterday unveiled a number of new processors under its Core i5 and Core i7 brands. Most interesting feature is the Turbo Boost that automatically overclocks the CPU when you need more juice. Intel introduced the Core i7 920/940 last year but those were intended for hardcore gamers and enthusiasts. The new ones they're bringing in is an attempt to make it more mainstream and affordable. But unlike the i7 900 series which is Socket LG1366, the Core i7 800 series is on another Socket LG1156. Most interesting is the Turbo Boost technology -- a capability of the CPU…

Intel launches Core i7 Processors

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: November 21, 2008

In a media launch this afternoon, Intel claims to deliver the fastest desktop processor on the planet ever with the introduction of the Core i7 CPU. The Intel Core i7 processors are the newest line to go out of the fab under the Nehalem family (45nm process). All 3 new processors are quad cores with the re-introduction of hyperthreading (HT) to effectively deliver 8 cores. Of course, better speeds always come at a price: Intel Core i7 920 2.66GHz - $284 (~ Php14,200) Intel Core i7 940 2.93GHz - $562 (~ Php28,100) Intel Core i7 965 3.2GHz Extreme Edition -…

Intel launches Core i7 980X Extreme Edition

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: March 19, 2010

Intel Philippines today officially introduced their fastest CPU so far - a six-core (yup, 6!) processor with 12 threads running at a speed of 3.33GHz: that's the Core i7-980X (codename: Gulftown). The Core i7 980X replaced the previous i7 975 as the fastest in the Extreme Edition. The EE CPUs are basically targeted to the hard core gamers and businesses that require serious number-crunching processes (3D modeling, video post-production, etc.). Here's a screenshot of the Windows Experience Index -- it got a sub-score of 7.8 out of max 7.9 with the CPU. Being the first 6-core CPU from Intel, the…

Intel Core i7 940 CPU Benchmark

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: January 3, 2009

After a month playing with the new Intel Core i7, here are some benchmark results I got based on comparisons between PC Marks and SuperPi 32M of 4 relatively high-end CPUs. The Core i7 940 is expected to top the results but what would be more interesting is by how much. The rig that was lent to me by Intel had the following specs: Intel Core i7 940 2.93GHz 3GB DDR3 RAM NVidia GeForce 9800 GTX  I then compared results with several other rigs lent to me by Intel and AMD (Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 @ 2.53GHz, AMD Phenom…

Is an Intel Atom Dual Core upgrade worth it?

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: October 27, 2008

Despite Intel's suggestion that the new Atom N330 Dual Core was made for nettops, that doesn't mean netbooks can't have them installed onboard. PC Corner is offering chassis upgrades to support the Intel Atom N330 Dual Core. Question is -- will an upgrade to the dual core Atom processor worth the performance gain and price? First, it won't be cheap. The chassis upgrade alone will cost you about Php4,000. Then, you will pay extra for the price of the dual core Atom CPU. All in all, expect to shell out about Php6k to Php8k for the upgrade. Second, what performance…

Benchmarking the Intel Core 2 Duo E8500

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: June 18, 2008

Several weeks ago, Intel Philippines delivered this desktop PC at home for me to test. It was their top of the line Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3.16Ghz processor. Been using it regularly and have done some basic benchmarks on it already but was wondering if readers have any inputs on what else to do. We're all familiar with the PCMark, 3DMark, FarCry and Quake 4 benchmarks widely available on the net. What I'm looking into are real world benchmarks that will help our readers here choose their CPU on their next upgrade. I already own an Intel Core 2…

Intel Launches 6th Generation Core Processor aka Skylake

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: August 6, 2015

Just a little over a month after unveiling the last wave of Broadwell chips, Intel debuted the first two members of the 6th Generation Core processors lineup, namely the Intel Core i5-6600K and the Intel Core i7-6700K. Following the company’s tick-tock credo, these new Skylake desktop chips are still going to be based on 14nm manufacturing process like the Broadwell processors before it. However, the new processors will feature the new LGA1151 socket and will be accompanied by the new Z170 chipset. As signified by the“K” suffix, both the i5-6600K and the i7-6700K are unlocked and each of its four…