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Oct 19, 2012

Intel Core i7-3632QM CPU Launched




An Intel mobile processor has been officially launched, but not in the exact sense of the word. Rather than being announced with fanfare, it has been given the go to ship without any outward acknowledgement.

Truth be told, Intel does this for central processing units all the time, especially when there isn't anything particularly world-shaking to speak of. The case of the Core i7-3632QM is that precisely. Yes, it is a high-end chip simply by virtue of belonging to the Core i7 series, but in the end, it is only a play on the Core i7-3612QM. Thus, its “launched” status was learned only thanks to the updated product database.

Core i7-3612QM was launched back in April 2012 and has four cores, 6 MB of L3 cache memory, Turbo Boost support, Hyper-Threading and, of course, an integrated graphics processor: HD 4000. The Core i7-3632QM is mostly identical, only its core clock frequencies are 100 MHz higher. Instead of 2.1 GHz base and 3.1 GHz Turbo Boost, it operates at 2.2 GHz and up to 3.2 GHz, respectively. The TDP is left the same, 35W, making the chip qualify for ultrathin laptops.

Intel Core i7 logo
Image credits to Intel

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