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Old 15-07-17, 12:09 PM
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Intel announce three new Kaby Lake i3 processors

These new models come with enhanced clocks or lower TDPs than Intel's original Kaby Lake i3 lineup.



Read more on Intel's newest i3 Kaby Lake CPUs.
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Old 15-07-17, 12:15 PM
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Why would I buy these over a Ryzen 3? I can't see any advantages..
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Old 15-07-17, 12:28 PM
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Intel trying to clock their way to victory, whilst still selling dual core CPUs.
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Old 15-07-17, 01:09 PM
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Why would I buy these over a Ryzen 3? I can't see any advantages..
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Intel trying to clock their way to victory, whilst still selling dual core CPUs.
Yeah, I'm so having the same thoughts as you guys...
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I wonder if these CPUs will appear on the market before Ryzen 3....
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Why would I buy these over a Ryzen 3? I can't see any advantages..
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Intel trying to clock their way to victory, whilst still selling dual core CPUs.
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Yeah, I'm so having the same thoughts as you guys...
Just because you don't see sense and reason, doesn't mean they aren't relevant and they do have a real place in the market.. it's not just about i5s & i7s. Dual cores make up a large portion of Intels profits, PCWorld, Dell, PCSpecialist, Overclockers, ect ect ect all sell machines sporting dual cores.
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The issue that you missed is they are dual core. It's 2017. We've had dual cores forever. We need to move on and start increasing core counts. Ever use a dual core mobile machine? Slow as **** even with a SSD
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The issue that you missed is they are dual core. It's 2017. We've had dual cores forever. We need to move on and start increasing core counts. Ever use a dual core mobile machine? Slow as **** even with a SSD
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