Intel 4th Generation i3 Processors

Intel 4th Gen Core Series i3 Desktop Processor delivers a 64-bit, multi-core processor built on 22-nanometer process technology. Intel 4th Generation Core Series i3 Processor is designed for a two-chip platform consisting of a processor and Platform Controller Hub (PCH). The processors are designed to be used with the Intel 8 Series chipset. Intel HD Graphics 4600 is included in the processor, along with virtualization technology, a new Haswell instruction set, and new anti-theft and identity protection technology.


  • General Specifications
    • Two cores
    • Four threads
    • A clock speed of 1.7GHz
    • 64-bit instruction set
    • Instruction set extensions of SSE 4.1/4.2 or AVX 2.0
    • FCBGA1168 socket supported
    • 22nm lithography 
    • Max TDP of 15W
  • Memory Specifications
    • 16GB max memory
    • Memory types of DDR3L-1333/1600 and LPDDR3-1333/1600
    • Two memory channels
    • 25.6GB/s max memory bandwidth 
  • Graphics Specifications
    • Intel HD Graphics 4400 processor graphics
    • 200MHz graphics base frequency
    • 1GHz graphics max dynamic frequency
    • Graphics output of eDP/DP/HDMI
    • Intel Clear Video HD technology
    • Three displays supported
  • Expansion Options
    • PCI Express revision 2.0
    • PCI Express configurations of 4x1 and 2x4
    • 12 PCI Express Lanes


  • Intel Hyper-Threading technology
  • Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x)
  • Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d)
  • Intel VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT)
  • AES new instructions
  • Intel 64
  • Idle States
  • Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® technology
  • Thermal monitoring technologies
  • Intel HD audio technology
  • Intel matrix storage technology
  • Execute disable bit
  • Intel secure key
  • Intel identity protection technology
  • Intel rapid storage technology
  • Intel smart connect technology

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Publicado: 2019-07-16 | Actualizado: 2023-04-05