As of 2016 the current lineup of Core processors included the Intel Core i7, Intel Core i5, Intel Core i3, Intel Core m7, Intel Core m5 and Intel Core m3.
Besides these points, there are two minor differences. Core i3 processors don't support Intel's vPro virtualization technology and don't support Intel's AES encryption acceleration technology. Intel Core i5 processors support both.
The Intel Core i5-5200U is an ULV (ultra low voltage) dual-core processor based on the Broadwell architecture, which has been launched in January 2015. In addition to two CPU cores with Hyper-Threading clocked at 2.2 - 2.7 GHz (2 Cores: 2.5 GHz), the chip also integrates an HD Graphics 5500 GPU and a dual-channel DDR3(L)-1600 memory controller. The Core i5 is manufactured in a 14 nm process with FinFET transistors.
Raise the bar on your PC experience with rich visuals plus an automatic burst of speed when you need it. The 4th generation Intel Core i5 processor delivers amazing performance, stunning visuals, and built-in security for deeper protection.
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