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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

i core i5-750


Launch DateQ3'09
Processor Numberi5-750
# of Cores4
# of Threads4
Clock Speed2.66 GHz
Max Turbo Frequency3.2 GHz
Intel® Smart Cache8 MB
Bus/Core Ratio20
DMI2.5 GT/s
Instruction Set64-bit
Instruction Set ExtensionsSSE4.2
Embedded Options Available
Supplemental SKUNo
Lithography45 nm
Max TDP95 W
VID Voltage Range0.6500V-1.4000V
1ku Bulk Budgetary Price$196.00
Memory Specifications
Max Memory Size
(dependent on memory type)
16 GB
Memory TypesDDR3-1066/1333
# of Memory Channels2
Max Memory Bandwidth21 GB/s
Physical Address Extensions36-bit
Graphics Specifications
Integrated Graphics
Expansion Options
PCI Express Revision2.0
PCI Express Configurations1x16, 2x8
# of PCI Express Ports1
Package Specifications
Max CPU Configuration1
Package Size37.5mm x 37.5mm
Processing Die Size296 mm2
# of Processing Die Transistors774 million
Sockets SupportedLGA1156
Halogen Free Options AvailableYes
Advanced Technologies
Intel® Turbo Boost Technology
Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology
Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x)
Intel® Trusted Execution Technology
AES New Instructions
Intel® 64
Idle StatesYes
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® Technology
Intel® Demand Based Switching
Thermal Monitoring TechnologiesNo
Execute Disable BitYes
Intel launched its new consumer processors based on the 45nm Nehalem architecture that we already saw in the new enterprise-class CPUs Xeon 5500 
This new architecture includes two critical extensions to improve the performance of virtualization platforms: VT-x (nested page tables) and VT-d (I/O virtualization).
The latter may be especially important to grant superior performance in a VDI environment powered by client hypervisors, but Intel is not offering VT-d on all its new CPUs.
The new Nehalem-based processors will be dubbed Core i3, i5 and i7 in place of the well known brand name Core 2. The first ones, that may arrive as soon as early September, will feature the VT-x but not VT-d extension.
Yesterday HKEPC reported that the Core i5 750 and the the entire Core i3 product line (expected for Q1 2010) will not include VT-d:

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