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Stephen L Coates Jr (Stecoa8799) IST 210 – Research paper#2 07:03:29 David Murphy, PC World Intel’s New Core i7 and Core i5 Processors Explained With the new Intel core I7 900 series processors leading the way with the performance. Intel brings out its new line of 800 series mid range processors to bring performance to a larger audience. Using the LGA1366 socket on the Intel motherboard DP55KG motherboard (Murphy, 2009). Adding Turbo Boost as a easy way to over clock your computer it then makes being a computer geek easier and easier. With many aftermarket cases allowing the use of the restart button being used as the “CPU NOS” button it gives a extra burst of speed
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Unformatted text preview: when needed and the ability to turn off when not needed. With many of the new intel boards going more for the LGA 1366 socket it makes upgrading on a budget a much more economical practice allowing somebody to upgrade from the a lower i7 -920 series to a higher in i7 - 975 Article I. Works Cited Murphy, D. (2009, September 08). Inte's New Core i7 and Core i5 Processors Explained . (PCWorld, Producer, & PCWorld Communitcations) Retrieved 09 11, 2010, from PCWorld: http://www.pcworld.com/article/171556/intels_new_core_i7_and_core_i5_processors_explained.html...
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