Intel Core i5-2500

Intel Core i5-2500
The Intel Core i5-2500 operates with:

CPU Cores 4.

CPU Threads: 4.

Performance-enhancing, system-enhancing technology that works faster and saves battery with:

Turbo: 3.70 GHz base No turbo all cores.

TDP: 95 W.

The processor is attached to:

CPU socket: LGA 1155.

This version includes

6.00 MB of L3 cache on one chip

Supports 2 memory channels to support DDR3-1333 RAM and features 2.0 PCIe Gen 16 lanes.

Tjunction keeps below -- degrees C.

In particular, Sandy Bridge S Architecture is enhanced with:

Technology: 32 nm

Virtualization VT-x, VT-x EPT.

The product was released on Q1/2011.

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CPU generation and family

Intel Core i5-2500
Intel Core i5
Intel Core i 2000
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Desktop / Server
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CPU Cores and Base Frequency

3.30 GHz
3.70 GHz
No
normal
4
No

Memory & PCIe

DDR3-1333
2.0
2
2.0
16

Encryption

Yes check

Internal Graphics

DDR3-1333
0.85 GHz
1.10 GHz
10.1
6
48
2
32 nm
Q1/2011

Technical details

x86-64 (64 bit)
Sandy Bridge S
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VT-x, VT-x EPT
6.00 MB
Q1/2011
LGA 1155

Thermal Management

95 W
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