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Jul 30, 2012

Intel Core i3-3120ME and i3-3217UE CPUs Details

CPU-World reported: Two new Intel CPUs have been exposed, but they aren't the sort that most of us consumers are ever going to see or use.

Called Core i3-3120ME and i3-3217UE, they are aimed at the embedded market, making them best suited for transportation, fire safety, safety and security, medical applications and life critical systems. Consumer electronics like PDAs and home-automation systems might use them too though. That said, the Core i3 CPUs have two cores each, 3 MB L2 cache memory, HD 4000 graphics, Hyper-Threading and DDR3-1600 memory support.

The Core i3-3120ME, being the faster one, operates at 2.4 GHz and boasts a GPU clock of 650 / 900 MHz. Its TDP is 35W. Meanwhile, the Core i3-3217UE is slower, at 1.6 GHz and 350 / 900 MHz GPU speed, but its power draw is much lower (17W). No prices are known for the chips, unfortunately, but sales should begin this quarter.

Intel Core i3 logo
Image credits to Intel


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