This processor has some speed, such as 2.66 GHz, 2.80 GHz and 2.93 GHz with 8 MB of L3 cache, Hyper-Threading feature, and features TurboBoost Technology. TDP is required by this processor is 95 W. Especially for an Intel Core i5 uses a different socket for Intel Core i7, there is LGA1156. Of course this could benefit the Intel socket LGA 1366 which has just launched, it already uses the latest socket again. At the very least will make consumers think twice about doing the upgrade using RIG Intel.
Picture 1.0 Processor Intel Core i5
Picture 1.1 Result CPU-Z for Processor Intel Core i5 LYNNFIELD
Picture 1.2 Comparison Spesification of Intel Core i7 & intel Core i5
It is to be pitied are Intel issued a processor using a new socket type, socket 1156. While the socket 1366 can be absorbed by the market just is not good. For problems RIG upgrades, good compatibility and price, I must admit AMD is still the most "friendly".