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Intel Core i5
core i5 logo.png
Core i5 Logo
Developer Intel
Manufacturer Intel
Type Microprocessors
Introduction June 17, 2009 (announced)
September, 2009 (launch)
ISA IA-32, x86-64
µarch Nehalem, Westmere, Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge, Haswell, Broadwell, Skylake
Word size 64 bit
8 octets
16 nibbles
Process 45 nm
0.045 μm
4.5e-5 mm
, 32 nm
0.032 μm
3.2e-5 mm
, 22 nm
0.022 μm
2.2e-5 mm
, 14 nm
0.014 μm
1.4e-5 mm
Technology CMOS
Package FCBGA-1440, FCBGA-1364, FCBGA-1288, FCBGA-1168, FCLGA-1155, FCLGA-1151, FCBGA-1168, FCLGA-1150, FCBGA-1023, FCPGA-988, FCPGA-946
Socket LGA-1151, LGA-1150, LGA-1155, LGA-1156, Socket G1, Socket G2, Socket G3
Succession
Core 2

Core i5 is family of mid-range performance processors introduced by Intel in 2009, following the retirement of the Core 2 family. Core i5 microprocessors are positioned between the high-end performance Core i7 and the low-end performance Core i3.

Overview

Intel first announced the retirement of the Core 2 in mid-2009 and was introduced later the same year. Core i5 are mid-range performance processors with performance higher than those offered by the Core i3 processors but below those offered by Core i7. Core i5 processors usually have more cores than i3 (typically 4 vs 2 in i3), and offer more features (e.g. Turbo Boost Technology)

Members

Intel has traditionally been grouping Core i5 processors into generations based on the microarchitecture they are based on with 1st generation being based on Nehalem in 45 nm with the latest chips based on Skylake manufactured using a 14 nm process.

1st Generation (Nehalem/Westmere)

Main articles: Nehalem Microarchitecture and Westmere Microarchitecture
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2nd Generation (Sandy Bridge)

Main article: Sandy Bridge Microarchitecture
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3rd Generation (Ivy Bridge)

Main article: Ivy Bridge Microarchitecture
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4th Generation (Haswell)

Main article: Haswell Microarchitecture
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5th Generation (Broadwell)

Main article: Broadwell Microarchitecture
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6th Generation (Skylake)

Main article: Skylake Microarchitecture
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Facts about "Core i5 - Intel"
designerIntel +
first announcedJune 17, 2009 +
first launchedSeptember 2009 +
full page nameintel/core i5 +
instance ofmicroprocessor family +
instruction set architectureIA-32 + and x86-64 +
main designerIntel +
manufacturerIntel +
microarchitectureNehalem +, Westmere +, Sandy Bridge +, Ivy Bridge +, Haswell +, Broadwell + and Skylake +
nameIntel Core i5 +
packageFCBGA-1440 +, FCBGA-1364 +, FCBGA-1288 +, FCBGA-1168 +, FCLGA-1155 +, FCLGA-1151 +, FCLGA-1150 +, FCBGA-1023 +, FCPGA-988 + and FCPGA-946 +
process45 nm (0.045 μm, 4.5e-5 mm) +, 32 nm (0.032 μm, 3.2e-5 mm) +, 22 nm (0.022 μm, 2.2e-5 mm) + and 14 nm (0.014 μm, 1.4e-5 mm) +
socketLGA-1151 +, LGA-1150 +, LGA-1155 +, LGA-1156 +, Socket G1 +, Socket G2 + and Socket G3 +
technologyCMOS +
word size64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +