Intel pentium dual core p6100 vs i3: Intel Core i3-6100 vs Pentium P6100

Intel Pentium P6100 vs Intel Core i3-370M


Comparative analysis of Intel Pentium P6100 and Intel Core i3-370M processors for all known characteristics in the following categories: Essentials, Performance, Memory, Graphics, Graphics interfaces, Compatibility, Peripherals, Security & Reliability, Advanced Technologies, Virtualization.
Benchmark processor performance analysis: PassMark — Single thread mark, PassMark — CPU mark, Geekbench 4 — Single Core, Geekbench 4 — Multi-Core, CompuBench 1.5 Desktop — Face Detection (mPixels/s), CompuBench 1.5 Desktop — Ocean Surface Simulation (Frames/s), CompuBench 1.5 Desktop — Bitcoin Mining (mHash/s), CompuBench 1.5 Desktop — T-Rex (Frames/s).

Intel Pentium P6100

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Intel Core i3-370M

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Differences

Reasons to consider the Intel Pentium P6100

  • CPU is newer: launch date 8 month(s) later


Launch date 26 September 2010 vs 10 January 2010

Reasons to consider the Intel Core i3-370M

  • 2 more threads: 4 vs 2
  • Around 20% higher clock speed: 2. 4 GHz vs 2 GHz
  • Around 17% better performance in PassMark — Single thread mark: 974 vs 832
  • Around 31% better performance in PassMark — CPU mark: 1128 vs 858
  • Around 12% better performance in Geekbench 4 — Single Core: 343 vs 306
  • Around 39% better performance in Geekbench 4 — Multi-Core: 750 vs 540







Number of threads 4 vs 2
Maximum frequency 2.4 GHz vs 2 GHz
PassMark — Single thread mark 974 vs 832
PassMark — CPU mark 1128 vs 858
Geekbench 4 — Single Core 343 vs 306
Geekbench 4 — Multi-Core 750 vs 540

Compare benchmarks


CPU 1: Intel Pentium P6100
CPU 2: Intel Core i3-370M





PassMark — Single thread mark

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CPU 2


PassMark — CPU mark

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CPU 2


Geekbench 4 — Single Core

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CPU 2


Geekbench 4 — Multi-Core

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Name Intel Pentium P6100 Intel Core i3-370M
PassMark — Single thread mark 832 974
PassMark — CPU mark 858 1128
Geekbench 4 — Single Core 306 343
Geekbench 4 — Multi-Core 540 750
CompuBench 1. 5 Desktop — Face Detection (mPixels/s)

0.288
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop — Ocean Surface Simulation (Frames/s)

9.804
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop — Bitcoin Mining (mHash/s)

1.677
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop — T-Rex (Frames/s)

0.175

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Intel Pentium P6100 Intel Core i3-370M
Architecture codename Arrandale Arrandale
Launch date 26 September 2010 10 January 2010
Launch price (MSRP) $12 $245
Place in performance rating 2276 2512
Price now $12 $39. 96
Processor Number P6100 i3-370M
Series Legacy Intel® Pentium® Processor Legacy Intel® Core™ Processors
Status Discontinued Discontinued
Value for money (0-100) 32.59 14.87
Vertical segment Mobile Mobile
64 bit support
Base frequency 2. 00 GHz 2.40 GHz
Bus Speed 2.5 GT/s DMI 2.5 GT/s DMI
Die size 81 mm2 81 mm2
Front-side bus (FSB) 2500 MHz 2500 MHz
L1 cache 128 KB 64 KB (per core)
L2 cache 512 KB 512 KB
L3 cache 3072 KB 3072 KB
Manufacturing process technology 32 nm 32 nm
Maximum core temperature 90°C 90°C for rPGA, 105°C for BGA
Maximum frequency 2 GHz 2. 4 GHz
Number of cores 2 2
Number of threads 2 4
Transistor count 382 million 382 million
Max memory channels 2 2
Maximum memory bandwidth 17.1 GB/s 17.1 GB/s
Maximum memory size 8 GB 8 GB
Supported memory types DDR3 800/1066 DDR3 800/1066
Graphics base frequency 500 MHz 500 MHz
Graphics max dynamic frequency 667 MHz 667 MHz
Graphics max frequency 667 MHz 667 MHz
Intel® Clear Video technology
Intel® Flexible Display Interface (Intel® FDI)
Processor graphics Intel HD Graphics Intel HD Graphics
Intel® Clear Video HD technology

Number of displays supported 2 2
Low Halogen Options Available
Max number of CPUs in a configuration 1 1
Package Size 37. 5mmx37.5mm rPGA 37.5mmx 37.5mm, BGA 34mmx28mm
Sockets supported PGA988 PGA988
Thermal Design Power (TDP) 35 Watt 35 Watt
Max number of PCIe lanes 1 16
PCI Express revision 2.0 2.0
PCIe configurations 1×16 1×16
Execute Disable Bit (EDB)
Intel® Trusted Execution technology (TXT)
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® technology
Flexible Display interface (FDI)
Idle States
Intel 64
Intel® AES New Instructions
Intel® Demand Based Switching
Intel® Fast Memory Access
Intel® Flex Memory Access
Intel® Hyper-Threading technology
Intel® Turbo Boost technology
Intel® vPro™ Platform Eligibility
Physical Address Extensions (PAE) 36-bit 36-bit
Thermal Monitoring
Instruction set extensions

Intel® SSE4. 1, Intel® SSE4.2
Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x)
Intel® Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d)

Intel® VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT)

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D-1559Intel Xeon D-1567Intel Xeon D-1587Intel Xeon D-2123ITIntel Xeon D-2141IIntel Xeon D-2143ITIntel Xeon D-2146NTIntel Xeon D-2183ITIntel Xeon E-2104GIntel Xeon E-2124Intel Xeon E-2124GIntel Xeon E-2126GIntel Xeon E-2134Intel Xeon E-2136Intel Xeon E-2144GIntel Xeon E-2146GIntel Xeon E-2174GIntel Xeon E-2176GIntel Xeon E-2176MIntel Xeon E-2186GIntel Xeon E-2186MIntel Xeon E-2224Intel Xeon E-2224GIntel Xeon E-2226GIntel Xeon E-2236Intel Xeon E-2244GIntel Xeon E-2246GIntel Xeon E-2274GIntel Xeon E-2276GIntel Xeon E-2276MIntel Xeon E-2276MEIntel Xeon E-2276MLIntel Xeon E-2278GIntel Xeon E-2286GIntel Xeon E-2286MIntel Xeon E-2288GIntel Xeon E3-1220Intel Xeon E3-1220 V2Intel Xeon E3-1220 V3Intel Xeon E3-1220 V5Intel Xeon E3-1220 V6Intel Xeon E3-1220LIntel Xeon E3-1220L v2Intel Xeon E3-1220L v3Intel Xeon E3-1225Intel Xeon E3-1225 V2Intel Xeon E3-1225 V3Intel Xeon E3-1225 V5Intel Xeon E3-1225 V6Intel Xeon E3-1226 V3Intel Xeon E3-1230Intel Xeon E3-1230 V2Intel Xeon E3-1230 V3Intel Xeon E3-1230 V5Intel Xeon E3-1230 V6Intel Xeon E3-1230L v3Intel Xeon E3-1231 V3Intel Xeon E3-1235Intel Xeon E3-1235L V5Intel Xeon E3-1240Intel Xeon E3-1240 V2Intel Xeon E3-1240 V3Intel Xeon E3-1240 V5Intel Xeon E3-1240 V6Intel Xeon E3-1240L V5Intel Xeon E3-1241 V3Intel Xeon E3-1245Intel Xeon E3-1245 V2Intel Xeon E3-1245 V3Intel Xeon E3-1245 V5Intel Xeon E3-1245 V6Intel Xeon E3-1246 V3Intel Xeon E3-1260LIntel Xeon E3-1260L V5Intel Xeon E3-1265L V2Intel Xeon E3-1265L V3Intel Xeon E3-1268L v5Intel Xeon E3-1270Intel Xeon E3-1270 V2Intel Xeon E3-1270 V3Intel Xeon E3-1270 V5Intel Xeon E3-1270 V6Intel Xeon E3-1271 V3Intel Xeon E3-1275Intel Xeon E3-1275 V2Intel Xeon E3-1275 V3Intel Xeon E3-1275 V5Intel Xeon E3-1275 V6Intel Xeon E3-1276 V3Intel Xeon E3-1280Intel Xeon E3-1280 V5Intel Xeon E3-1280 V6Intel Xeon E3-1280 v2Intel Xeon E3-1280 v3Intel Xeon E3-1285 V6Intel Xeon E3-1285 v3Intel Xeon E3-1285 v4Intel Xeon E3-1285L v3Intel Xeon E3-1290Intel Xeon E3-1290 v2Intel Xeon E3-1505L v5Intel Xeon 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E5-2470V2Intel Xeon E5-2603Intel Xeon E5-2603 V2Intel Xeon E5-2603 V3Intel Xeon E5-2603 V4Intel Xeon E5-2608L v3Intel Xeon E5-2609Intel Xeon E5-2609 V2Intel Xeon E5-2609 V3Intel Xeon E5-2609 V4Intel Xeon E5-2618L v3Intel Xeon E5-2618L v4Intel Xeon E5-2620Intel Xeon E5-2620 V2Intel Xeon E5-2620 V3Intel Xeon E5-2620 V4Intel Xeon E5-2622 V3Intel Xeon E5-2623 V3Intel Xeon E5-2623 v4Intel Xeon E5-2628L v3Intel Xeon E5-2628L v4Intel Xeon E5-2630Intel Xeon E5-2630 V2Intel Xeon E5-2630 V3Intel Xeon E5-2630 V4Intel Xeon E5-2630LIntel Xeon E5-2630L V2Intel Xeon E5-2630L V3Intel Xeon E5-2630L v4Intel Xeon E5-2637Intel Xeon E5-2637 V2Intel Xeon E5-2637 V3Intel Xeon E5-2637 v4Intel Xeon E5-2640Intel Xeon E5-2640 V2Intel Xeon E5-2640 V3Intel Xeon E5-2640 V4Intel Xeon E5-2643Intel Xeon E5-2643 V2Intel Xeon E5-2643 V3Intel Xeon E5-2643 V4Intel Xeon E5-2648LIntel Xeon E5-2648L v3Intel Xeon E5-2648L v4Intel Xeon E5-2650Intel Xeon E5-2650 V2Intel Xeon E5-2650 V3Intel Xeon E5-2650 V4Intel Xeon E5-2650LIntel Xeon E5-2650L V2Intel Xeon E5-2650L V3Intel Xeon E5-2650L V4Intel Xeon E5-2658Intel Xeon E5-2658 V3Intel Xeon E5-2658 v4Intel Xeon E5-2660Intel Xeon E5-2660 V2Intel Xeon E5-2660 V3Intel Xeon E5-2660 V4Intel Xeon E5-2665Intel Xeon E5-2667Intel Xeon E5-2667 V2Intel Xeon E5-2667 V3Intel Xeon E5-2667 v4Intel Xeon E5-2670Intel Xeon E5-2670 V2Intel Xeon E5-2670 V3Intel Xeon E5-2673 v4Intel Xeon E5-2679 v4Intel Xeon E5-2680Intel Xeon E5-2680 V2Intel Xeon E5-2680 V3Intel Xeon E5-2680 V4Intel Xeon E5-2682 v4Intel Xeon E5-2683 V3Intel Xeon E5-2683 V4Intel Xeon E5-2685 V3Intel Xeon E5-2686 v4Intel Xeon E5-2687WIntel Xeon E5-2687W V2Intel Xeon E5-2687W V3Intel Xeon E5-2687W V4Intel Xeon E5-2689 v4Intel Xeon E5-2690Intel Xeon E5-2690 V2Intel Xeon E5-2690 V3Intel Xeon E5-2690 V4Intel Xeon E5-2692 v2Intel Xeon E5-2695 V2Intel Xeon E5-2695 V3Intel Xeon E5-2695 V4Intel Xeon E5-2696 v4Intel Xeon E5-2697 V2Intel Xeon E5-2697 V3Intel Xeon E5-2697 V4Intel Xeon E5-2697A v4Intel Xeon E5-2698 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6212UIntel Xeon Gold 6222Intel Xeon Gold 6222VIntel Xeon Gold 6226Intel Xeon Gold 6226RIntel Xeon Gold 6230Intel Xeon Gold 6230NIntel Xeon Gold 6230RIntel Xeon Gold 6230TIntel Xeon Gold 6234Intel Xeon Gold 6238Intel Xeon Gold 6238LIntel Xeon Gold 6238MIntel Xeon Gold 6238RIntel Xeon Gold 6238TIntel Xeon Gold 6240Intel Xeon Gold 6240LIntel Xeon Gold 6240MIntel Xeon Gold 6240RIntel Xeon Gold 6240YIntel Xeon Gold 6242Intel Xeon Gold 6242RIntel Xeon Gold 6244Intel Xeon Gold 6246Intel Xeon Gold 6246RIntel Xeon Gold 6248Intel Xeon Gold 6250Intel Xeon Gold 6250LIntel Xeon Gold 6252Intel Xeon Gold 6252NIntel Xeon Gold 6254Intel Xeon Gold 6256Intel Xeon Gold 6258RIntel Xeon Gold 6262Intel Xeon Gold 6262VIntel Xeon Gold 6269YIntel Xeon L5506Intel Xeon L5520Intel Xeon L5530Intel Xeon L5630Intel Xeon L5638Intel Xeon L5640Intel Xeon Platinum 8124MIntel Xeon Platinum 8153Intel Xeon Platinum 8156Intel Xeon Platinum 8158Intel Xeon Platinum 8160Intel Xeon Platinum 8160FIntel Xeon Platinum 8160MIntel Xeon Platinum 8160TIntel Xeon Platinum 8164Intel Xeon Platinum 8168Intel Xeon Platinum 8170Intel Xeon Platinum 8173MIntel Xeon Platinum 8175MIntel Xeon Platinum 8176Intel Xeon Platinum 8268Intel Xeon Silver 4108Intel Xeon Silver 4109TIntel Xeon Silver 4110Intel Xeon Silver 4112Intel Xeon Silver 4114Intel Xeon Silver 4116Intel Xeon Silver 4208Intel Xeon Silver 4210Intel Xeon Silver 4214Intel Xeon Silver 4215Intel Xeon Silver 4216Intel Xeon W-2102Intel Xeon W-2104Intel Xeon W-2123Intel Xeon W-2125Intel Xeon W-2133Intel Xeon W-2135Intel Xeon W-2140BIntel Xeon W-2145Intel Xeon W-2150BIntel Xeon W-2155Intel Xeon W-2170BIntel Xeon W-2175Intel Xeon W-2191BIntel Xeon W-2195Intel Xeon W-2223Intel Xeon W-2225Intel Xeon W-2235Intel Xeon W-2245Intel Xeon W-2255Intel Xeon W-2265Intel Xeon W-2275Intel Xeon W-2295Intel Xeon W-3175XIntel Xeon W-3235Intel Xeon W-3265Intel Xeon W3503Intel Xeon W3505Intel Xeon W3520Intel Xeon W3530Intel Xeon W3540Intel Xeon W3550Intel Xeon W3565Intel Xeon W3570Intel Xeon 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Intel Core i3-3120M vs Intel Pentium P6100








Intel Core i3-3120M vs Intel Pentium P6100

Comparison of the technical characteristics between the processors, with the Intel Core i3-3120M on one side and the Intel Pentium P6100 on the other side. The first is dedicated to the laptop sector, It has 2 cores, 4 threads, a maximum frequency of 2,5GHz. The second is used on the entry-level laptop segment, it has a total of 2 cores, 2 threads, its turbo frequency is set to 2,0 GHz. The following table also compares the lithography, the number of transistors (if indicated), the amount of cache memory, the maximum RAM memory capacity, the type of memory accepted, the release date, the maximum number of PCIe lanes, the values ​​obtained in Geekbench 4 and Cinebench R15.

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Specifications:

Processor

Intel Core i3-3120M

Intel Pentium P6100
Market (main)

Laptop

Entry-level laptop
ISA

x86-64 (64 bit)

x86-64 (64 bit)
Microarchitecture

Ivy Bridge

Westmere
Core name

Ivy Bridge

Arrandale
Family

Core i3-3000

Pentium 6000
Part number(s), S-Spec

AW8063801111700,

QCh3, SR0TX

CP80617004125AL,

SLBUR

Release date

Q3 2012

Q3 2010
Lithography

22 nm

32 nm
Transistors

970. 000.000

382.000.000
Cores

2

2
Threads

4

2
Base frequency

2,5 GHz

2,0 GHz
Turbo frequency


Bus speed

5 GT/s

2,5 GT/s
Cache memory

3 MB

3 MB
Max memory capacity

32 GB

8 GB
Memory types

DDR3/L/-RS 1333/1600

DDR3 800/1066
Max # of memory channels

2

2
Max memory bandwidth

25,6 GB/s

17,1 GB/s
Max PCIe lanes

16

6
TDP

35 W

35 W
GPU integrated graphics

Intel HD Graphics 4000 Mobile

Intel HD Graphics (Westmere Mobile)
GPU execution units

16

12
GPU shading units

128

96
GPU base clock

650 MHz

500 MHz
GPU boost clock

1100 MHz

667 MHz
GPU FP32 floating point

256 GFLOPS

96 GFLOPS
Socket

PGA988

PGA988
Maximum temperature

90°C

90°C
Security

Execute Disable Bit
CPU-Z single thread

193

53
CPU-Z multi thread

579

89
Cinebench R15 single thread

99

66
Cinebench R15 multi-thread

221

111
Cinebench R20 single thread

218

131
Cinebench R20 multi-thread

485

220
PassMark single thread

1. 271

820
PassMark CPU Mark

1.620

859
(Windows 64-bit)
Geekbench 4 single core

2.344

1.540
(Windows 64-bit)
Geekbench 4 multi-core

4.570

2.597
(Windows)
Geekbench 5 single core

447

325
(Windows)
Geekbench 5 multi-core

1.010

606
(SGEMM)
GFLOPS performance

48,4 GFLOPS

21 GFLOPS
(Multi-core / watt performance)
Performance / watt ratio

131 pts / W

74 pts / W
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We see that the two processors have an equivalent number of cores, the maximum frequency of Intel Core i3-3120M is greater, that their respective TDP are of the same order. The Intel Core i3-3120M was designed earlier.

Performances :

Performance comparison between the two processors, for this we consider the results generated on benchmark software such as Geekbench 4.





CPU-Z — Multi-thread & single thread score
Intel Core i3-3120M

193

579
Intel Pentium P6100

53

89

In single core, the difference is 264%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 551%.

Note: Commissions may be earned from the links above. These scores are only an
average of the performances got with these processors, you may get different results.

CPU-Z is a system information software that provides the name of the processor, its model number, the codename, the cache levels, the package, the process. It can also gives data about the mainboard, the memory. It makes real time measurement, with finally a benchmark for the single thread, as well as for the multi thread.





Cinebench R15 — Multi-thread & single thread score
Intel Core i3-3120M

99

221
Intel Pentium P6100

66

111

In single core, the difference is 50%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 99%.

Note: Commissions may be earned from the links above. These scores are only an
average of the performances got with these processors, you may get different results.

Cinebench R15 evaluates the performance of CPU calculations by restoring a photorealistic 3D scene. The scene has 2,000 objects, 300,000 polygons, uses sharp and fuzzy reflections, bright areas, shadows, procedural shaders, antialiasing, and so on. The faster the rendering of the scene is created, the more powerful the PC is, with a high number of points.





Cinebench R20 — Multi-thread & single thread score
Intel Core i3-3120M

218

485
Intel Pentium P6100

131

220

In single core, the difference is 66%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 120%.

Note: Commissions may be earned from the links above. These scores are only an
average of the performances got with these processors, you may get different results.

Cinebench R20 is a multi-platform test software which allows to evaluate the hardware capacities of a device such as a computer, a tablet, a server. This version of Cinebench takes into account recent developments in processors with multiple cores and the latest improvements in rendering techniques. The evaluation is ultimately even more relevant.





PassMark — CPU Mark & single thread
Intel Core i3-3120M

1.271

1.620
Intel Pentium P6100

820

859

In single core, the difference is 55%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 89%.

Note: Commissions may be earned from the links above. These scores are only an
average of the performances got with these processors, you may get different results.

PassMark is a benchmarking software that performs several performance tests including prime numbers, integers, floating point, compression, physics, extended instructions, encoding, sorting. The higher the score is, the higher is the device capacity.

On Windows 64-bit:





Geekbench 4 — Multi-core & single core score — Windows 64-bit
Intel Core i3-3120M

2.344

4.570
Intel Pentium P6100

1.540

2.597

In single core, the difference is 52%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 76%.

On Linux 64-bit:





Geekbench 4 — Multi-core & single core score — Linux 64-bit
Intel Core i3-3120M

2. 534

4.379
Intel Pentium P6100

1.594

2.930

In single core, the difference is 59%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 49%.

Note: Commissions may be earned from the links above. These scores are only an
average of the performances got with these processors, you may get different results.

Geekbench 4 is a complete benchmark platform with several types of tests, including data compression, images, AES encryption, SQL encoding, HTML, PDF file rendering, matrix computation, Fast Fourier Transform, 3D object simulation, photo editing, memory testing. This allows us to better visualize the respective power of these devices. For each result, we took an average of 250 values on the famous benchmark software.

On Windows:





Geekbench 5 — Multi-core & single core score — Windows
Intel Core i3-3120M

447

1. 010
Intel Pentium P6100

325

606

In single core, the difference is 38%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 67%.

On Linux:





Geekbench 5 — Multi-core & single core score — Linux
Intel Core i3-3120M

534

1.091
Intel Pentium P6100

354

663

In single core, the difference is 51%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 65%.

On Android:





Geekbench 5 — Multi-core & single core score — Android
Intel Core i3-3120M

436

1.003
Intel Pentium P6100

285

356

In single core, the difference is 53%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 182%.

Note: Commissions may be earned from the links above. These scores are only an
average of the performances got with these processors, you may get different results.

Geekbench 5 is a software for measuring the performance of a computer system, for fixed devices, mobile devices, servers. This platform makes it possible to better compare the power of the CPU, the computing power and to compare it with similar or totally different systems. Geekbench 5 includes new workloads that represent work tasks and applications that we can find in reality.

Equivalence:

Intel Core i3-3120M AMD equivalentIntel Pentium P6100 AMD equivalent

Intel Core i3-3220 vs Intel Pentium P6100








Intel Core i3-3220 vs Intel Pentium P6100

Comparison of the technical characteristics between the processors, with the Intel Core i3-3220 on one side and the Intel Pentium P6100 on the other side. The first is dedicated to the desktop sector, It has 2 cores, 4 threads, a maximum frequency of 3,3GHz. The second is used on the entry-level laptop segment, it has a total of 2 cores, 2 threads, its turbo frequency is set to 2,0 GHz. The following table also compares the lithography, the number of transistors (if indicated), the amount of cache memory, the maximum RAM memory capacity, the type of memory accepted, the release date, the maximum number of PCIe lanes, the values ​​obtained in Geekbench 4 and Cinebench R15.

Note: Commissions may be earned from the links above.

This page contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. For an explanation of our advertising policy, please visit this page.

Specifications:

Processor

Intel Core i3-3220

Intel Pentium P6100
Market (main)

Desktop

Entry-level laptop
ISA

x86-64 (64 bit)

x86-64 (64 bit)
Microarchitecture

Ivy Bridge

Westmere
Core name

Ivy Bridge

Arrandale
Family

Core i3-3000

Pentium 6000
Part number(s), S-Spec

BX80637I33220,

BXC80637I33220,

CM8063701137502,

CM8063701246900,

CM8063701247200,

QC8H, QCC0, QCFW,

QCKW, SR0RG

CP80617004125AL,

SLBUR

Release date

Q3 2012

Q3 2010
Lithography

22 nm

32 nm
Transistors

830. 000.000

382.000.000
Cores

2

2
Threads

4

2
Base frequency

3,3 GHz

2,0 GHz
Turbo frequency


Bus speed

5 GT/s

2,5 GT/s
Cache memory

3 MB

3 MB
Max memory capacity

32 GB

8 GB
Memory types

DDR3 1333/1600

DDR3 800/1066
Max # of memory channels

2

2
Max memory bandwidth

25,6 GB/s

17,1 GB/s
Max PCIe lanes

16

6
TDP

55 W

35 W
Suggested PSU

600W ATX Power Supply

GPU integrated graphics

Intel HD Graphics 2500

Intel HD Graphics (Westmere Mobile)
GPU execution units

6

12
GPU shading units

48

96
GPU base clock

650 MHz

500 MHz
GPU boost clock

1050 MHz

667 MHz
GPU FP32 floating point

110,4 GFLOPS

96 GFLOPS
Socket

LGA1155

PGA988
Compatible motherboard

Socket LGA 1155 Motherboard 


Maximum temperature

65. 3°C

90°C
Security

Execute Disable Bit
CPU-Z single thread

293

53
CPU-Z multi thread

821

89
Cinebench R15 single thread

114

66
Cinebench R15 multi-thread

277

111
PassMark single thread

1.715

820
PassMark CPU Mark

2.161

859
(Windows 64-bit)
Geekbench 4 single core

3. 004

1.540
(Windows 64-bit)
Geekbench 4 multi-core

5.786

2.597
(SGEMM)
GFLOPS performance

63 GFLOPS

21 GFLOPS
(Multi-core / watt performance)
Performance / watt ratio

105 pts / W

74 pts / W
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We can better compare what are the technical differences between the two processors.

Suggested PSU: We assume that we have An ATX computer case, a high end graphics card, 16GB RAM, a 512GB SSD, a 1TB HDD hard drive, a Blu-Ray drive. We will have to rely on a more powerful power supply if we want to have several graphics cards, several monitors, more memory, etc.

Price: For technical reasons, we cannot currently display a price less than 24 hours, or a real-time price. This is why we prefer for the moment not to show a price. You should refer to the respective online stores for the latest price, as well as availability.

We see that the two processors have an equivalent number of cores, the maximum frequency of Intel Core i3-3220 is greater, that the thermal dissipation power of Intel Pentium P6100 is less. The Intel Core i3-3220 was designed earlier.

Performances :

Performance comparison between the two processors, for this we consider the results generated on benchmark software such as Geekbench 4.





CPU-Z — Multi-thread & single thread score
Intel Core i3-3220

293

821
Intel Pentium P6100

53

89

In single core, the difference is 453%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 822%.

Note: Commissions may be earned from the links above. These scores are only an
average of the performances got with these processors, you may get different results.

CPU-Z is a system information software that provides the name of the processor, its model number, the codename, the cache levels, the package, the process. It can also gives data about the mainboard, the memory. It makes real time measurement, with finally a benchmark for the single thread, as well as for the multi thread.





Cinebench R15 — Multi-thread & single thread score
Intel Core i3-3220

114

277
Intel Pentium P6100

66

111

In single core, the difference is 73%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 150%.

Note: Commissions may be earned from the links above. These scores are only an
average of the performances got with these processors, you may get different results.

Cinebench R15 evaluates the performance of CPU calculations by restoring a photorealistic 3D scene. The scene has 2,000 objects, 300,000 polygons, uses sharp and fuzzy reflections, bright areas, shadows, procedural shaders, antialiasing, and so on. The faster the rendering of the scene is created, the more powerful the PC is, with a high number of points.





PassMark — CPU Mark & single thread
Intel Core i3-3220

1.715

2.161
Intel Pentium P6100

820

859

In single core, the difference is 109%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 152%.

Note: Commissions may be earned from the links above. These scores are only an
average of the performances got with these processors, you may get different results.

PassMark is a benchmarking software that performs several performance tests including prime numbers, integers, floating point, compression, physics, extended instructions, encoding, sorting. The higher the score is, the higher is the device capacity.

On Windows 64-bit:





Geekbench 4 — Multi-core & single core score — Windows 64-bit
Intel Core i3-3220

3.004

5.786
Intel Pentium P6100

1.540

2.597

In single core, the difference is 95%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 123%.

On Linux 64-bit:





Geekbench 4 — Multi-core & single core score — Linux 64-bit
Intel Core i3-3220

3. 061

5.519
Intel Pentium P6100

1.594

2.930

In single core, the difference is 92%. In multi-core, the differential gap is 88%.

Note: Commissions may be earned from the links above. These scores are only an
average of the performances got with these processors, you may get different results.

Geekbench 4 is a complete benchmark platform with several types of tests, including data compression, images, AES encryption, SQL encoding, HTML, PDF file rendering, matrix computation, Fast Fourier Transform, 3D object simulation, photo editing, memory testing. This allows us to better visualize the respective power of these devices. For each result, we took an average of 250 values on the famous benchmark software.

Equivalence:

Intel Core i3-3220 AMD equivalentIntel Pentium P6100 AMD equivalent

See also:

Intel Core i3-3220TIntel Core i3-3225Intel Core i3-3227U

Pentium P6100 — Intel — WikiChip

Pentium P6100 is a 64-bit dual-core x86 mobile microprocessor introduced by Intel in 2010. This processor operates at a frequency of 2.00 GHz and a TDP of 35 W. This MPU is manufactured on a 32 nm process based on the Westmere microarchitecture (Arrandale core). This processor incorporated the HD Graphics (Ironlake) IGP on the same package operating at a base frequency of 500.00 MHz and a burst frequency of 667.00 MHz.

Contents

  • 1 Cache
  • 2 Memory controller
  • 3 Expansions
  • 4 Graphics
  • 5 Features
Main article: Westmere § Cache

[Edit/Modify Cache Info]

Cache Organization

Cache is a hardware component containing a relatively small and extremely fast memory designed to speed up the performance of a CPU by preparing ahead of time the data it needs to read from a relatively slower medium such as main memory.

The organization and amount of cache can have a large impact on the performance, power consumption, die size, and consequently cost of the IC.

Cache is specified by its size, number of sets, associativity, block size, sub-block size, and fetch and write-back policies.

Note: All units are in kibibytes and mebibytes.

L1$ 128 KiB

0.125 MiB
131,072 B
1.220703e-4 GiB

L1I$ 64 KiB

0.0625 MiB
65,536 B
6.103516e-5 GiB

2×32 KiB 4-way set associative write-back
L1D$ 64 KiB

0.0625 MiB
65,536 B
6.103516e-5 GiB

2×32 KiB 8-way set associative write-back

L2$ 512 KiB

0.5 MiB
524,288 B
4.882812e-4 GiB

    2×256 KiB 8-way set associative write-back

L3$ 3 MiB

3,072 KiB
3,145,728 B
0. 00293 GiB

    2×1.5 MiB 12-way set associative write-back

Memory controller[edit]

[Edit/Modify Memory Info]

Integrated Memory Controller

Max Type DDR3 12800s
Supports ECC No
Max Mem 8 GiB
Controllers 1
Channels 2
Max Bandwidth 15.88 GiB/s

27.631 GB/s
16,261.12 MiB/s
0.0155 TiB/s
0.0171 TB/s

Bandwidth

Single 7.942 GiB/s

Double 15.88 GiB/s

Physical Address (PAE) 36 bit

Expansions[edit]

[Edit/Modify Expansions Info]

Expansion Options

PCIe
Revision 2. 0
Max Lanes 16
Configs 1×16

Graphics[edit]

[Edit/Modify IGP Info]

Integrated Graphics Information

GPU HD Graphics (Ironlake)
Designer Intel Device ID 0x0046
Execution Units 12 Max Displays 2
Frequency 500 MHz

0.5 GHz
500,000 KHz

Burst Frequency 667 MHz

0.667 GHz
667,000 KHz


Standards
DirectX 10.1
OpenGL 2.1

Additional Features
Intel Flexible Display Interface (FDI)
Intel Clear Video

Features[edit]

[Edit/Modify Supported Features]

Supported x86 Extensions & Processor Features

MMX MMX Extension
EMMX Extended MMX Extension
SSE Streaming SIMD Extensions
SSE2 Streaming SIMD Extensions 2
SSE3 Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
SSSE3 Supplemental SSE3
x86-16 16-bit x86
x86-32 32-bit x86
x86-64 64-bit x86
Real Real Mode
Protected Protected Mode
SMM System Management Mode
FPU Integrated x87 FPU
NX No-eXecute
EIST Enhanced SpeedStep Technology
Flex Memory Flex Memory Access
FMA Fast Memory Access (w\ GMCH)

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Pentium P6100 — Intel#package + and Pentium P6100 — Intel#io +
base frequency 1,999.99 MHz (2 GHz, 1,999,990 kHz) +
bus links 1 +
bus rate 2,500 MT/s (2.5 GT/s, 2,500,000 kT/s) +
bus type DMI 1.0 +
chipset Ibex Peak +
clock multiplier 15 +
core count 2 +
core family 6 +
core model 37 +
core name Arrandale +
core stepping K0 +
cpuid 0x20655 +
designer Intel +
device id 0x0046 +
die area 81 mm² (0.126 in², 0.81 cm², 81,000,000 µm²) +
family Pentium +
first announced September 26, 2010 +
first launched September 26, 2010 +
full page name intel/pentium (2009)/p6100 +
has ecc memory support false +
has feature Enhanced SpeedStep Technology + and Flex Memory Access +
has intel enhanced speedstep technology true +
has intel flex memory access support true +
has locked clock multiplier true +
instance of microprocessor +
integrated gpu HD Graphics (Ironlake) +
integrated gpu base frequency 500 MHz (0. 5 GHz, 500,000 KHz) +
integrated gpu designer Intel +
integrated gpu execution units 12 +
integrated gpu max frequency 667 MHz (0.667 GHz, 667,000 KHz) +
isa x86-64 +
isa family x86 +
l1$ size 0.125 MiB (128 KiB, 131,072 B, 1.220703e-4 GiB) +
l1d$ description 8-way set associative +
l1d$ size 0.0625 MiB (64 KiB, 65,536 B, 6.103516e-5 GiB) +
l1i$ description 4-way set associative +
l1i$ size 0.0625 MiB (64 KiB, 65,536 B, 6.103516e-5 GiB) +
l2$ description 8-way set associative +
l2$ size 0.5 MiB (512 KiB, 524,288 B, 4.882812e-4 GiB) +
l3$ description 12-way set associative +
l3$ size 3 MiB (3,072 KiB, 3,145,728 B, 0.00293 GiB) +
ldate September 26, 2010 +
manufacturer Intel +
market segment Mobile +
max cpu count 1 +
max junction temperature 363. 15 K (90 °C, 194 °F, 653.67 °R) +
max memory 8,192 MiB (8,388,608 KiB, 8,589,934,592 B, 8 GiB, 0.00781 TiB) +
max memory bandwidth 15.88 GiB/s (27.631 GB/s, 16,261.12 MiB/s, 0.0155 TiB/s, 0.0171 TB/s) +
max memory channels 2 +
max pcie lanes 16 +
max storage temperature 398.15 K (125 °C, 257 °F, 716.67 °R) +
microarchitecture Westmere +
min junction temperature 273.15 K (0 °C, 32 °F, 491.67 °R) +
min storage temperature 248.15 K (-25 °C, -13 °F, 446.67 °R) +
model number P6100 +
name Intel Pentium P6100 +
package rPGA-988A + and BGA-1288 +
part number CP80617004125AL +
platform Calpella +
process 32 nm (0.032 μm, 3.2e-5 mm) +
s-spec SLBUR +
series P6000 +
smp max ways 1 +
supported memory type DDR3 12800s +
tdp 35 W (35,000 mW, 0. 0469 hp, 0.035 kW) +
technology CMOS +
thread count 2 +
transistor count 382,000,000 +
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Difference Between Pentium and Core i3 Processors

The Intel budget category of CPUs can get a bit confusing. You have the Intel Celeron, Intel Pentium and the Intel Core i3 all in the seemingly “budget” or “entry-level” categories of CPUs.

In many instances having so many lines of budget CPUs seems a bit redundant. However, there are a plethora of differences between Pentium and Core i3 processors that make them quite distinct from each other.

In the simplest of terms, the Intel Pentium CPUs are INFERIOR to the Intel Core i3 CPUs in terms of performance. However, the Intel Pentium CPUs are also cheaper.

The clear demarcation of price and performance between these two Intel CPUs line make them both still quite viable for their respective market segment.

We will explore the differences between the two further more below.

Also Read: Difference Between Intel Atom vs Intel Celeron vs Intel Pentium

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Important Note: When Comparing, Select CPUs from the Same Generation!

Before comparing any two CPUs or a CPU line it is imperative that you compare them ideally from the same generation.

For instance, you cannot compare a 10th Generation Intel Core series processor with a decade old Pentium processor.

Also, always make use of the benchmarks such as Passmark or the Cinebench R15 and Cinebench R20 to figure out the performance difference instead of relying on sheer specs.

With that in mind, let us talk about the differences between Intel Pentium and Core i3 CPUs with examples.

Also Read: How is Processor Speed Measured?

Key Differences Between Pentium and Core i3 CPUs (Desktop)

Basically, given any CPU generation, the Intel Core i3 has a superior performance to the Intel Pentium CPUs.

For Instance, considering the recent “Comet-Lake” or 10th Generation DESKTOP-BASED Intel CPUs, the Intel Core i3 offers 4 cores whereas the Intel Pentium CPUs offer 2 cores.

The table below explains the key features considering current 10th Gen (Comet-Lake) CPUs.

  Intel Pentium
Intel Core i3
Current Flaghip CPU (Desktop)
Intel Pentium Gold G6600
(Q1 2021)
Intel Core i3 10320
(Q2 2020)
Core Count
2 4
Hyper-Threading Yes (4 Threads) Yes (8 Threads)
Clock Speed
Lower Clock Speed Higher Clock Speed
Boost Clock Speed
None Yes
Cache
Lower Cache Higher Cache
Cost
Cheap Higher
Purpose
Light day to day work such as browsing, school work, writing reports, light casual gaming etc. Entry into the Performance Grade PC Builds, For AAA gaming at a budget, for working on professional software with light workloads

Basically, both Intel Pentium and the Intel Core i3 serve two very different purposes.

Intel Pentium is intended for those who have a very basic computing demands. So if you are looking for a CPU for day-to-day computing such as writing emails, watching movies, researching, surfing on the web, then Pentium is way to go.

Once you start delving into the Intel Core i3 series, you are now beginning to scratch the surface of performance grade CPUs. These are intended for gamers and professionals on a budget.

Also Read: What is AMD Equivalent to Intel Core i3?

Performance and Cost Benchmark

One of the biggest advantage Intel Pentium has to its side is its cost. An Intel Pentium CPU typically costs almost HALF as much as an Intel Core i3 CPUs.

The question is: Are Intel Pentium CPUs HALF as much powerful as Intel Core i3 CPUs?

The following table should explain this further:

  Specs
MSRP ($) Cinebench R15
(Single Core)
Cinebench R15
(Multi Core)
Passmark
Intel Core i3 10320
(Flagship)
4/8 (c/t)
3. 8-4.8
GHz
162 ($) 206 1080 10127
Intel Core i3 10100
(Value)
4/8 (c/t)
3.6-4.3
GHz
122 ($) 191 1001 8825
Intel Pentium G6600
(Flagship)
2/4 (c/t)
4.2
GHz
93 ($) 176 437 4396
Intel Pentium G6400
(Value)
2/4 (c/t)
4.0
GHz
64 ($) 166 416 4155
  • Cinebench scores taken from CPU-Monkey
  • Passmark scores taken from cpubenchmark.net

In the table above, we have selected two DESKTOP-BASED CPUs from both Intel Core i3 and Intel Pentium (latest Gen).

The flagship CPUs are expensive with a lower performance/dollar value. whereas the popular “value” based CPUs have a better performance/dollar value.

If I were you, I would always go for the “value” based models. Anyhow I digress. Going back to the benchmarks above, we can see some very interesting results

Not a Huge Single Core Performance Difference Between the Two

When comparing the single core performance, there isn’t a significant difference between Intel Pentium and Intel Core i3 processors.

There is perhaps a 14-15% difference between the two in single core performance.

The Single Core performance is a very important factor of a CPU as it determines how well it would perform on single-threaded applications.

Most popular online games for instance, Fortnite, Minecraft etc still rely more on the single core prowess of a CPU than its multi-core performance.

However, single-core performance is only one part of the equation for a CPU.

Also Read: Is Intel Celeron Good for School Work?

Significant Multi-Core Performance Difference Between the Intel Pentium and Core i3

The critical difference between the two series is in their multi-core performance difference. In terms of multi-core performance, the Intel Core 3s are about 60% more powerful than the Intel Pentium CPUs.

As mentioned earlier, Intel Core i3 CPUs have twice as many cores as Intel Pentium CPUs (given the current gen) and hence naturally they have at least twice as good a multi-core performance.

The multi-core performance of a CPU determines how well it can multi-task and how well it can handle apps and services running simultaneously.

PCs, apps and games today are complex. You can have so many critical background applications and services running in the background without you even knowing about them.

Having more cores can significantly improve your experience particularly if you are a gamer or someone who works on professional software.

Also Read:

  • How Many Cores Does an i3 Have?
  • What Does Processor Count Mean?

For Gaming, Aim for Atleast a Quad Core CPU

There was a time half or so decade ago when games did not scale well with multiple cores. In fact, a decade ago, an Intel Pentium would have given you almost the same performance as an Intel Core i3 CPU in gaming.

Take League of Legends released back in 2009, for example, this old title is still playable on high graphics on even an entry level Intel Celeron G390 released back 2017.

Modern AAA games and their engines, however, are particularly designed to scale well with multiple cores. Hence, if you are remotely a AAA title gamer, a Quad Core Intel Core i3 CPU is the least I would recommend today.

Also Read:

  • Is Core i7 Good for Gaming?
  • Is a Dual Core Processor Good for Gaming?

Balancing Single and Multi-Core Performance

Having a lot of cores and an over the top multi-core score doesn’t always mean better performance.

For instance, the Intel Core i9-11900K, the workstation grade CPUs with 8 cores and 16 threads scores a whopping 2575 on Cinebench R15. Compare this to a mere 1080 for Intel Core i3-10320.

Source: CPU-Monkey

However, if your workload does not make use of so many cores and threads, you will not see any kind of performance difference in your games or applications.

An over-the-top core count is often used by professionals and is used in video rendering, simulation, machine learning, and also for simulation games such as Cities:Skyline and Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Also Read: What is a Good Processor for a Laptop?

Differences In Laptop-Based Intel Core i3 and Pentium CPUs

When it comes to mobile or laptop based CPUs, the key overall performance difference mirrors that of the desktop-based variants i.e the Intel Core i3 is twice as powerful, whereas the Pentium is half as cheap.

However, there are a few key spec differences. For one, the laptop-based Intel Core i3 has the same amount of cores as the Intel Pentium.

The real winner for Intel Core i3 for laptop-grade CPUs is the Turbo boost frequency. The Intel Core i3-10110U can reach speeds of a whopping 4.1 GHz per core – almost twice as high as that of the Intel Pentium Gold 6405U.

  Specs
MSRP ($) PassMark
(Single Core)
PassMark
(Multi Core)
Passmark (Overall)
Intel Pentium Gold 6405U
(Flagship)
2/4 (c/t)
2.4
GHz
161 ($) 1413 2313 2359
Intel Core i3-10110U
(Flagship)
2/4 (c/t)
2.1-4.1
GHz
281($) 2313 4006 4064
  • Scores taken from nanoreview.net and cpubenchmark.net

Also Read:

  • Is Intel Celeron Good for Gaming?
  • Can You Use NVIDIA Graphics Card with AMD Processor?

Final Words

Here we looked into the differences between Pentium and Core i3 processors from the latest generation.

We looked at a handful of desktop models for both CPU lines, however, the same general idea can be applied to most, if not all, desktop and mobile grade Intel Core i3 and Intel Pentium CPUs.

The bottom line can be summarized as follows: While the Intel Pentiums are half as cheap as Intel Core i3s, the Intel Core i3s are more than twice as powerful.

As such, the value of money remains almost the same for both. The deciding factor between the two is your budget and the work you plan to perform.

Also Read: Intel Core i5 vs i7 for Video Editing – Which is Better?

Comparison Intel Pentium P6100 vs Intel Core i3-3240 which is better?

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Intel Pentium P6100

10%

Devicelist

VS

Intel Core I3-3240

% 9000 3% 9000 3% 3% 9000 3% specifications of the Intel Pentium P6100 and Intel Core i3-3240 and compiled a list of advantages and a comparison table for you. Find out which one to choose in 2022.

Benefits Intel Pentium P6100

Release price

$12

-63$ (-84%) better than

vs

75 $

Power Demand (TDP)

35 W

-20 W (-36.4%) better than

vs

55 W

Benefits of Intel Core i3-3240

Comparison winner

556% (6898.4%) better than

vs

0.69444444%

Threads

4

2 (100%) better than

vs

2

Maximum frequency

3.4 GHz

At 1.4 GHz (70%) better than

vs

2 GHz

Process

22 nm

-10 nm (-31. 2%) better than

vs

32 nm

Value for money

48.6%

47.

Maximum core temperature

65°C

-25°C (-27.8%) better than

vs

90 °C

TXT

vs

Permissible memory size

32 GB

24 GB (300%) better than

vs

8 GB

556% (6898.4%) better than

General information

Type

For laptops Desktop

Architecture code name

Arrandale Ivy Bridge

Cores

A large number of cores improves performance in multi-threaded applications.
At the moment, increasing the number of processor cores is one of the priorities for increasing performance.

2 2

Threads

More threads help the cores process information more efficiently. Real performance will be noticeable in very specific tasks (video editing, databases).

2 4

2 (100%) better than

Base frequency

n/a 3.4 GHz

Process

32 nm 22 nm

-10 nm (-31.2%) better than

Chip size

81+114 mm2 94 mm2

Number of transistors

384 million no data

Maximum frequency

Faster clocked processors perform more calculations per second and thus provide better performance.

2 GHz 3.4 GHz

At 1.4 GHz (70%) better than

Support 64 bit

Max. number of processors in configuration

1 1

Socket

PGA988 FCLGA1155

Series

Intel Pentium no data

Release price

$12

-63 $ (-84%) better than

75 $

Value for money

The sum of all the advantages of the device divided by its price. The more%, the better the quality per unit price in comparison with all analogues.

0.69444444% 48.6%

47.

Bus

2500 MHz no data

Maximum core temperature

90 °C 65°C

-25°C (-27. 8%) better than

vPro

TXT

Intel Trusted Execution Technology for hardware-based malware protection. For each protected program, the processor allocates its own isolated section of RAM.

PCI Express revision

2.0 2.0

Number of PCI-Express lanes

1 no data

Demand Based Switching

no data

PAE

36bit no data

Secure Key

Identity Protection

n/a +

Flex Memory Access

+ no data

Quick Sync

n/a +

FMA

+ no data

My WiFi

n/a +

FDI

+ +

Anti-Theft

n/a +

Fast Memory Access

+ no data

Level 1 Cache

The fastest level of cache that works directly with the core. The larger the cache, the better the performance.

64K (per core) 64 KB (per core)

Level 2 cache

256K (per core) 256 KB (per core)

Level 3 cache

3 MB (total) 3 MB (total)

Maximum case temperature (TCase)

n/a 65 °C

Power Demand (TDP)

Calculated thermal power indicates the average heat dissipation in load operation,
the larger the value, the more the requirements for cooling and power consumption increase.

35W

-20 W (-36.4%) better than

55 W

EDB

+ +

Clear Video

+ no data

InTru 3D

n/a +
2330

Cinebench 10 32-bit single-core

2245 no data

Cinebench 10 32-bit multi-core

4355 no data

3DMark06 CPU

1843 no data

3DMark Fire Strike Physics

n/a 2630

Cinebench 11. 5 64-bit multi-core

861 no data
Technologies and additional instructions

Extended instructions

n/a Intel® SSE4.1, Intel® SSE4.2, Intel® AVX

Turbo Boost

Idle States

Enhanced SpeedStep (EIST)

Technology from Intel that allows the processor to slow down to a minimum frequency to save power when the processor is idle.

Thermal Monitoring

Hyper-Threading

Hardware technology from Intel that allows multiple threads to be processed on each processor core. For server applications, the performance improvement is up to 30%.

AVX

The presence of AVX instructions improves performance in floating point and processor-intensive operations
applications.

RAM parameters

RAM types

DDR3-1333, DDR3-1600

Allowable memory

The maximum amount of RAM that can be used with this processor.

8 GB 32 GB

24 GB (300%) better than

Number of memory channels

2 2
Virtualization Technologies

VT-x

EPT

VT-d

Intel virtualization technology allows you to forward devices on the PCI bus to the guest operating system so that it can work with them using its standard tools.

Integrated graphics

Maximum GPU clock

667 MHz 1.05 GHz

Maximum number of monitors

2 3

Clear Video HD

Video core

The presence of the video core allows you to use your computer without using a video card.

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Comparison Intel Pentium P6100 vs Intel Core i3-2120 which is better?

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Intel Pentium P6100

10%

Estimation Devicelist

VS

Intel Core I3-2120

3%

% specifications of the Intel Pentium P6100 and Intel Core i3-2120 and compiled a list of advantages and a comparison table for you. Find out which one to choose in 2022.

Benefits Intel Pentium P6100

Release price

$12

-83$ (-87.4%) better than

vs

95 $

Power Demand (TDP)

35 W

-30 W (-46.2%) better than

vs

65 W

Benefits of Intel Core i3-2120

Comparison winner

Threads

4

2 (100%) better than

vs

2

Maximum frequency

3.3 GHz

At 1.3 GHz (65%) better than

vs

2 GHz

Number of transistors

504 million

120 million (31. 3%) better than

vs

384 million

Value for money

41.1%

40.40555556% (5818.4%) better than

vs

0.69444444%

Maximum core temperature

69°C

-21°C (-23.3%) better than

vs

90 °C

TXT

vs

Permissible memory size

32 GB

24 GB (300%) better than

vs

8 GB

General information

Type

For laptops Desktop

Architecture code name

Arrandale Sandy Bridge

Cores

A large number of cores improves performance in multi-threaded applications.
At the moment, increasing the number of processor cores is one of the priorities for increasing performance.

2 2

Threads

More threads help the cores process information more efficiently. Real performance will be noticeable in very specific tasks (video editing, databases).

2 4

2 (100%) better than

Base frequency

n/a 3.3 GHz

Process

32 nm 32 nm

Chip size

81+114 mm2 131 mm2

Number of transistors

384 million 504 million

120 million (31.3%) better than

Maximum frequency

Faster clocked processors perform more calculations per second and thus provide better performance.

2 GHz 3.3 GHz

At 1.3 GHz (65%) better than

Support 64 bit

Max. number of processors in configuration

1 1

Socket

PGA988 FCLGA1155

Series

Intel Pentium no data

Release price

$12

-83 $ (-87.4%) better than

95 $

Value for money

The sum of all the advantages of the device divided by its price. The more%, the better the quality per unit price in comparison with all analogues.

0.69444444% 41.1%

40.40555556% (5818.4%) better than

Bus

2500 MHz no data

Maximum core temperature

90 °C 69°C

-21°C (-23. 3%) better than

vPro

TXT

Intel Trusted Execution Technology for hardware-based malware protection. For each protected program, the processor allocates its own isolated section of RAM.

PCI Express revision

2.0 2.0

Number of PCI-Express lanes

1 16

Demand Based Switching

no data

PAE

36bit no data

Identity Protection

no data +

Flex Memory Access

+ +

Quick Sync

n/a +

FMA

+ no data

FDI

+ +

Fast Memory Access

+ +

Level 1 Cache

The fastest level of cache that works directly with the core. The larger the cache, the better the performance.

64K (per core) 64 KB (per core)

L2 cache

256K (per core) 256 KB (per core)

Level 3 cache

3 MB (total) 3 MB (total)

Power Demand (TDP)

Calculated thermal power indicates the average heat dissipation in load operation,
the larger the value, the more the requirements for cooling and power consumption increase.

35W

-30 W (-46.2%) better than

65 W

EDB

+ +

Clear Video

+ no data

InTru 3D

n/a +
1968

Cinebench 10 32-bit single-core

2245 no data

Cinebench 10 32-bit multi-core

4355 no data

3DMark06 CPU

1843 no data

3DMark Fire Strike Physics

n/a 2650

Cinebench 11. 5 64-bit multi-core

861 no data
Technologies and additional instructions

Extended instructions

n/a Intel® SSE4.1, Intel® SSE4.2, Intel® AVX

Turbo Boost

Idle States

Enhanced SpeedStep (EIST)

Technology from Intel that allows the processor to slow down to a minimum frequency to save power when the processor is idle.

Thermal Monitoring

Hyper-Threading

Hardware technology from Intel that allows multiple threads to be processed on each processor core. For server applications, the performance improvement is up to 30%.

RAM parameters

RAM types

DDR3-1066, DDR3-1333

Allowable memory

The maximum amount of RAM that can be used with this processor.

8 GB 32 GB

24 GB (300%) better than

Number of memory channels

2 2
Virtualization Technologies

VT-x

EPT

VT-d

Intel virtualization technology allows you to forward devices on the PCI bus to the guest operating system so that it can work with them using its standard tools.

Integrated graphics

1. 10 GHz

Maximum number of monitors

2 2

Clear Video HD

Video core

The presence of the video core allows you to use your computer without using a video card.

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Laptop processor replacement. 1st Generation Intel Core i7 Processor Upgrade

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A bit about chipsets

Pentium and Celeron of the first generation) are mainly used motherboards based on chipsets Intel PM55 , Intel HM55 , Intel HM57 . These chipsets support DDR3 memory with a maximum frequency of 1066MHz and can work with a maximum of 8GB of memory, although memory operation depends more on the processor, because in this generation of processors the memory controller is already in the processor. The first generation Core i7 processors are based on the Intel Nehalem architecture. The memory subsystem of the first generation Core i7 (Socket G1) processors can operate in a maximum of dual-channel mode.

The first generation Core i7 processors were produced in two versions:

  1. Socket G1 (aka rPGA988A) — Intel processor socket for a series of mobile processors Celeron, Pentium, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7. These processors have replaced the mobile processors of the Core 2 Duo generation. If you have a previous generation processor installed in your laptop, the upgrade of such processors is described in the article on upgrading processors of the Core 2 Duo generation.
  2. BGA1288 is a BGA version of the processor, i.e. The processor is not plugged into the appropriate socket, but is soldered directly to the motherboard using a Balloon Array (BGA). In this version, the processor pins are solder balls applied to the contact pads of the processor from its underside.

Processor variant plays a key role when upgrading (replacing) the processor. As you already understood, Socket G1 processors can be replaced independently (upgrade), but BGA1288 processors cannot be replaced just like that — the processor is tightly soldered to the motherboard. However, if you are a seasoned service center specialist and change BGA chips 5 pieces a day, then it will not be difficult for you to unsolder one BGA1288 processor and solder another to the motherboard. For ordinary home laptop users, this option is not suitable!

List of BGA1288 processors

I will immediately give a list of BGA1288 processors that cannot be upgraded at home:

  • Celeron P4505, Celeron U3400, Celeron U3405, Celeron U3600;
  • Pentium U5400, Pentium U5600;
  • Core i3-330E, Core i3-330UM, Core i3-380UM;
  • Core i5-430UM, Core i5-470UM, Core i5-520E, Core i5-520UM, Core i5-540UM, Core i5-560UM;
  • Core i7-610E, Core i7-620LE, Core i7-620LM, Core i7-620UE, Core i7-620UM, Core i7-640LM, Core i7-640UM, Core i7-660LM, Core i7-660UE, Core i7- 660UM, Core i7-680UM.

Note: Some processors that were produced in the Socket G1 (PGA988) version were also produced in the second variant, the BGA1288 variant. If such a processor is indicated in the characteristics of your laptop (which was produced in two versions), then I recommend that you first disassemble the laptop and make sure that your processor is not soldered to the motherboard (not BGA1288), but a regular Socket G1 processor.

Unlike BGA1288 processors, rPGA9 processors88A (Socket G1 or simply PGA988) can be easily changed without resorting to the services of service center specialists. You don’t need to solder anything, you just need to disassemble the laptop, unlock the processor socket, insert the “new” processor, fix it in the socket, update the thermal paste on the chip, install the cooling system back and assemble the laptop.

Note: Before installing a new processor in your laptop, be sure to first update your laptop’s BIOS to the latest version. Updating the BIOS will help you avoid frequent situations when, after installing a new processor, it is not detected by the laptop and the laptop turns on only with a black screen. Update the BIOS, take the time, it will save you thousands of nerve cells!

Below is a list of interchangeable Socket G1 (PGA988) processors that can be upgraded (although there are some considerations).

Note: By clicking on the image of cart next to the name of the processor, you will open an online store where you can purchase this processor. The prices are quite reasonable, the quality from Intel is on top, hundreds and thousands of successful purchases and installations. Order and install! The store has a 100% refund in case of an unsuccessful purchase. Payment from both MasterCard/Visa and WebMoney is very convenient. Delivery to your post office directly from China in 10-30 days (usually about 14 days). , 3MB SmartCache, TDP 35W, max 8GB DDR3 1066MHz, Intel HD Graphics, BGA1288 & PGA988

  • Intel Core i5-450M — 2 cores 4 threads, 2. [email protected] SmartCache 35W max 8GB DDR3 1066MHz HD Graphics, BGA1288 & PGA988
  • First-generation Core i7 mobile processors feature that quad-core Core i7 processors (i7-720QM, i7-740QM, i7-820QM, i7-840QM, i7-920XM, i7-940XM) do not have an integrated video core and can be used only in conjunction with a discrete video chip! In other words, if your laptop had only an Intel HD Graphics card and you decided to replace the processor with a first-generation quad-core Core i7, then you will not succeed 100%. After replacing the processor, the laptop simply will not have a video card and the laptop will not turn on, or turn on, but there will be a black screen at best.

    Also, for most first-generation Core i7 processors, DDR3-1333 (DDR3-1066, DDR3-800) memory is allowed, while other processors use only DDR3-1066 (DDR3-800) memory.

    The graphics core of the first generation mobile processors is not part of a common chip, but is only placed side by side on a substrate and is made according to 45 nm standards.

    Features of replacing mobile processors

    For the vast majority of laptops based on these chipsets, installation of quad-core processors instead of dual-core ones is not possible. The main reason is the lack of integrated graphics in them and a higher TDP (processor thermal package).

    The main problem when replacing the processor is heat dissipation . For example, you can replace the P4600 processor with a Core i7-640M without overloading the cooling system at all, because both processors have a power of 35W. However, you can take a chance and put one of the 4-core Core i7 with TDP 45W instead of P4600, but in this case, you must definitely monitor the maximum temperature of the processor, it should be at the level of 55-65 ° C and not allow the processor to heat up more than indicated in its characteristics in parameter T JUNCTION (This setting is 90°C for most processors). Sometimes a TDP difference of 10W can give a temperature increase above 25°C, which may be unacceptable — the risk of overheating and laptop failure.

    The most recommended upgrade processors are i5-5x0M and i7-6x0M .

    Do not try to install 8GB memory modules. The largest memory modules (DDR3-1066) that suitable dual-core processors support are 4 GB with 8 chips on each side of the module. In total, two modules give a maximum of 8 GB of RAM.

    Note: Unfortunately, in some cases the manufacturer does not care about the support of processors with K0 stepping. The lack of such support sharply narrows the range of suitable processors.

    Examples of successful processor upgrades:
    1. Notebook NP-R440-JT01UA. Was P6000 , replaced with Intel Core i5-430M . Flight normal!
    2. Notebook Acer Aspire 5820TZG, was Pentium P6000 , replaced by Intel Core i3-350M . It became 2 cores and 4 threads, though only after flashing the BIOS.
    3. Notebook Acer Travelmate 5740ZG. It was Pentium P6200 , replaced with Intel Core i5-560M . The temperature is 70 degrees in the load.
    4. Notebook Acer Aspire 5733z, was Pentium P6100 , replaced by Intel Core i5-560M . Works flawlessly.
    5. Replaces old Pentium P6200, Intel Core i5-560M stood up perfectly. The laptop has found a 2nd life!
    6. I put on the laptop Acer 5742zg Intel Core i5-560M , I had to update the BIOS to make the turbo mode work. I am delighted with the purchase, the laptop has taken on a new life.
    7. Notebook HP 4520s. To replace Intel Core i3-330M took Intel Core i5-560M . Earned immediately, the difference in performance is about a third. Turbo Boost somehow works strangely, the frequency does not decrease, all the time 3.2ghz, a multiplier of 24.
    8. Notebook Acer Aspire 5733z. The new Intel Core i3-350M worked immediately.
    9. I upgraded the Samsung R440 laptop, the native processor was P6100 , the new Core i5-560M worked immediately and without problems.
    10. Notebook Asus K52jr. Instead of Core i3-350M I took Core i5-560M . Everything is fine, the processor is working.
    11. Notebook Lenovo B560. Replaced the old P6200 with the new Core i5-560M , everything worked right away.
    12. On ASUS K52JT Core i5-560M got up without a tambourine.
    13. Installed Intel Core i5-560M on Asus A52J, was determined by the system immediately, did not climb into the BIOS.
    14. Was i3-370M , installed Intel Core i7-640M . Of course, the speed has not increased at times, but it works!
    15. Installed new Intel Core i5-560M in Samsung R730 instead of P6200 . The laptop is working fine. I am satisfied with the purchase.
    16. I installed Intel Core i5-560M in my old Sony Vaio PCG-71211V (VPCEB3E1R) instead of P6100 . Everything worked immediately without dancing with a tambourine.
    17. Notebook SONY VAIO VPC-EB2S1R. Was i5-430M , installed Intel Core i7-640M . I got up like a native.
    18. Notebook Acer Aspire 4820tg. Intel Core i5-560M got up like a native.
    19. Lenovo B560 replaced P6100 with Intel Core i5-560M .
    20. Intel Core i5-560M is successfully installed in Acer Travelmate 5740 laptop. Feelings of a new car.
    21. Intel Core i7-640M on Acer 7745G with two gigs of RAM got up perfectly.
    22. Installed on Dell N5010 instead of P6100 percent Intel Core i5-560M . Everything works, only the temperature below 50 practically does not fall.
    23. Intel Core i5-560M took for Asus K42jc. Everything started up without problems, it was determined in the BIOS.
    24. Took Intel Core i5-560M to replace my i3-380M in eMachines E732G laptop. I got up like a native. The BIOS was determined immediately, no problems arose.
    25. Installed Intel Core i5-560M on Toshiba C650. Everything is working.
    26. Intel Core i5-560M now works in Dell N5040 instead of P6200 .
    27. Installed Intel Core i5-560M in Sony VAIO VPCEB1E9R instead of Core i3-330m . Everything worked right away!
    28. Notebook SONY VAIO VPCF11E1R/H. Installing Intel Core i5-560M initially had problems due to the BIOS version. With the BIOS version supplied by the manufacturer, it didn’t start right away! It is necessary to update the BIOS on the old process.
    29. Intel Core i5-560M started up without problems on Lenovo G560 laptop with BIOS version 29CN38WW.
    30. Intel Core i5-430M installed in Lenovo Y560. Works right out of the box!
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      Testing inexpensive Celeron G5920, Pentium G6400 and Core i3-10100 processors for the LGA1200 platform

      , Pentium and Core i3) we ended up with models for the «second version» of the LGA1151 platform. A year ago, relevant, but quickly losing this «relevance» as the new LGA1200 is introduced. Focused more on older models, of course — so the latest Rocket Lake exists only in the form of Core i5 and higher. On the other hand, Comet Lake has already brought something to the Core i3 — these models have acquired support for Hyper-Threading, so that, at a first approximation, they become similar to the Core i7 four or five years ago. And very similar to the earlier Core i7, since the introduction of this family in late 2008 — four cores capable of performing eight computation threads. But what about performance — this already needs to be measured specifically. Moreover, there is something to compare. And not only with the old «top» (once) products, but also with AMD Ryzen 3 — they have become the same since last year (an amazing coincidence :)).

      As for Celeron and Pentium, they simply exist for the new platform. The same as the old ones — the first ones have not fundamentally changed for more than ten years, the second ones have “upped a little”, but it was already four years ago. So for buyers of budget processors, all three of the latest Intel platforms are the same. Yes, of course, there are more options for upgrading the LGA1200, but… If you start with Celeron, then the prospects for replacing the processor on the oldest version of LGA1151 are endless. As for the price, then here you already need to look at specific options — and not the recommended prices of processors at the time of release. Since it will still be more of a secondary market — with its own approach to pricing. The only thing is that the variant with used Xeon E3, which was popular at one time, does not officially roll here: just starting with LGA1151, Intel removed the possibility of these processors working on boards with “civilian” chipsets. However, looking at the popularity of “kofimod” or various “mutants” from AliExpress (when it comes to “screwing” eight-core Comet Lake laptops to the first version of LGA1151), there are suspicions that this problem is not a problem at all. If there was a need, there would be solutions. In any case, replacing a Celeron or Pentium with something much more powerful is definitely possible without any modifications — no one has canceled the “old” quad-core Core i7, and then the upgrade method that suits the price will simply be chosen.

      Another during the journey of , USB support has grown — we started in the first half of the «tenth» with the banal USB3 Gen1 (aka USB 3.0 of the decade before last), the «second version» LGA1151 has already brought USB3 Gen2, and now USB3 Gen2 is being introduced ×2. However, this may be interesting only if you buy a motherboard based on at least a junior B-chipset — various Hx10 are now and forever limited to the same USB3 Gen1. Which, in general, is enough for users of budget systems — they usually don’t buy top-end external SSDs anyway. For the same reason, you can not find too much fault with the fact that h510 and H510, unlike their predecessors (h210 and h410), already support PCIe 3.0, not 2.0 — a high-speed internal SSD paired with a Celeron / Pentium looks strange (and raises doubts about the mental the health of the author of such an assembly).

      In general, again, for buyers of Celeron and Pentium, the last three Intel platforms are equivalent. Accordingly, you can choose even the oldest of them — if you have it in the nearest store and the price suits you. Yes, and there is no reason to rush to change it either — even if there is not enough performance, you can change the processor, add memory, buy a faster and more capacious SSD, or finally install some kind of discrete video card, but without touching the board itself and the processor. In all cases except one — if the soul requires quality leaps in all directions, then this is the minimum Core i5-11400 + B560. Or at least Ryzen 5 3600/4650G+B550. Anything “less” is just an upgrade for the sake of an upgrade and nothing more, since a similar effect can be achieved without changing the platform.

      To the same extent, this can be attributed to the old Core i3. However, there is no need to talk about the equivalence of platforms here — these models became quad-core a little more than three years ago, then they received support for Turbo Boost, and then Hyper-Threading. But this, as mentioned above, is “only” the level of the old Core i7, so there is not much point in changing the old Core i3 to the new one. And the new Core i5 or Ryzen 5 is another question.

      But whether it is necessary to think about replacing the old system at all — it depends more not on it, but on the tasks being solved. Celeron and Pentium have not changed for a long time, largely due to the fact that there is a steady demand for this level of performance. In the end, even older budget systems are still used in places — since , the basic needs of are closed, so in the absence of any other, the pursuit of resources does not make sense. At change of requests — has.

      But all these moments are generally very poorly formalized — each specific situation requires a specific solution. We can only make it easier to find it by providing information about the performance of different processors. Even if it is believed that speed is not decisive in the budget segment, it is also impossible to completely ignore it. After all, the demand for software is also constantly growing as the average power of computers increases, so sooner or later you still have to follow the rest of the users. And, since the relative, and not the absolute level of performance is still important, there is no fundamental difference in how exactly it is determined. The main thing is the same way. What are we going to do now.

      Test participants

      Intel Celeron G3900 Intel Celeron G4900 Intel Celeron G5920
      Core name Skylake Coffee Lake Comet Lake
      Production technology 14 nm 14 nm 14 nm
      Core frequency, GHz 2. 8 3.1 3.5
      Number of cores/threads 2/2 2/2 2/2
      L1 cache (total), I/D, KB 64/64 64/64 64/64
      L2 cache, KB 2×256 2×256 2×256
      L3 cache, MiB 2 2 2
      RAM 2×DDR4-2133 2×DDR4-2400 2×DDR4-2666
      TDP, W 51 54 58
      Number of PCIe 3.0 lanes 16 16 16
      Integrated GPU HD Graphics 510 UHD Graphics 610 UHD Graphics 610

      Everything that happened with Celeron from 2015 to the end of 2020 was that clock speeds increased slightly. In total, about 25% have accumulated over this period if we compare the youngest models on each platform, which is not so little. We took the G5920, and not the G5900 for good measure — so that it was exactly 25%. And the same amount of memory frequency turned out. And nothing more. Which is why, apparently, Intel got bored too — so a few months ago they doubled the capacity of the third-level cache memory in Celeron. And they threw 100 MHz into the bargain. In our opinion, it would be better if Hyper-Threading support was finally added, since it helped Pentium a lot in its time. But what is, is.

      Intel Pentium G4620 Intel Pentium Gold G5500 Intel Pentium Gold G6400
      Core name Kaby Lake Coffee Lake Comet Lake
      Production technology 14 nm 14 nm 14 nm
      Core frequency, GHz 3.7 3.8 4.0
      Number of cores/threads 2/4 2/4 2/4
      L1 cache (total), I/D, KB 64/64 64/64 64/64
      L2 cache, KB 2×256 2×256 2×256
      L3 cache, MiB 3 4 4
      RAM 2×DDR4-2400 2×DDR4-2400 2×DDR4-2666
      TDP, W 51 54 58
      Number of PCIe 3. 0 lanes 16 16 16
      Integrated GPU HD Graphics 630 UHD Graphics 630 UHD Graphics 610

      Pentium clock speeds have since reached even more impressive heights — for a long time only overclockers stuttered about 4 GHz, and now this is the clock frequency of the junior Pentium Gold for LGA1200. Seniors have recently mastered 4.3 GHz. But in reality, nothing has changed significantly since the days of Kaby Lake, but the older “two-stream” models can no longer be remembered. Except that some of their limitations are still alive and well — for example, the lack of support for AVX instructions (not to mention AVX2), which recently turned 10 years old. Generally — but still not in the Pentium. Therefore, their lag behind Core i3 has only increased in recent years — the convergence of 2017 turned out to be unique.

      Intel Core i3-8100 Intel Core i3-10100
      Core name Coffee Lake Comet Lake
      Production technology 14 nm 14 nm
      Core frequency, GHz 3. 6 3.6/4.3
      Number of cores/threads 4/4 4/8
      L1 cache (total), I/D, KB 128/128 128/128
      L2 cache, KB 4×256 4×256
      L3 cache, MiB 6 6
      RAM 2×DDR4-2400 2×DDR4-2666
      TDP, W 65 65
      Number of PCIe 3.0 lanes 16 16
      Integrated GPU UHD Graphics 630 UHD Graphics 630

      And largely because of him, you can no longer return to the Core i3 of the first half of 2017 and earlier. On reflection, we left only the i3-8100 from the historical models — the junior model for the “second version” of the LGA1151, since all the rest, except for the frequencies, are no different from it. But the current Core i3, as has been said more than once, have become “eight-threaded”, but at the same time, the 8100-10100 pair has a lot in common: the “base” frequency, the number of cores, the L3 capacity, finally (only representatives of the 103xx family received 8 MiB).

      Intel Core i7-7700K Intel Core i5-9400F Intel Core i5-10400
      Core name Kaby Lake Coffee Lake Comet Lake
      Production technology 14 nm 14 nm 14 nm
      Core frequency, GHz 4.2/4.5 2.9/4.1 2.9/4.3
      Number of cores/threads 4/8 6/6 6/12
      L1 cache (total), I/D, KB 128/128 192/192 192/192
      L2 cache, KB 4×256 6×256 6×256
      L3 cache, MiB 8 9 12
      RAM 2×DDR4-2400 2×DDR4-2666 2×DDR4-2666
      TDP, W 91 65 65
      Number of PCIe 3.0 lanes 16 16 16
      Integrated GPU HD Graphics 630 no UHD Graphics 630

      Celeron and Pentium only make sense to compare with each other, but for a more accurate assessment of the place of modern Core i3, we will not be hindered by Core i7-7700K, Core i5-9400F and i5-10400. The latter is obviously the fastest, but we also need an estimate from above: if the LGA1200 platform is chosen for an inexpensive computer, then you still need to decide exactly on a specific processor family. Moreover, the costs differ in this case only by the cost of the processor. This is not clear when comparing different platforms.

      Athlon 3000G AMD Ryzen 3 2200G AMD Ryzen 3 3100 AMD Ryzen 5 2600
      Core name Raven Ridge Raven Ridge Matisse Pinnacle Ridge
      Production technology 14 nm 14 nm 7/12 nm 12 nm
      Core frequency, GHz 3.5 3.5/3.7 3.6/3.9 3.4/3.9
      Number of cores/threads 2/4 4/4 4/8 6/12
      L1 cache (total), I/D, KB 128/64 256/128 128/128 384/192
      L2 cache, KB 2×512 4×512 4×512 6×512
      L3 cache, MiB 4 4 16 16
      RAM 2×DDR4-2667 2×DDR4-2933 2×DDR4-3200 2×DDR4-2933
      TDP, W 35 65 65 65
      Number of PCIe lanes 4 (3. 0) 12 (3.0) 20 (4.0) 20 (3.0)
      Integrated GPU Vega 3 Vega 8 no no

      Just like you can’t do without comparison with AMD processors, but here the «correct» selection of models is rather complicated. Therefore, we simply voluntaristically took four processors. Athlon 3000G — as an alternative to Celeron. Ryzen 3 2200G — the price of some members of the « Ryzen 3 on old cores» family is at the level of junior Pentiums, and the performance of the processor part is comparable for all of them. The Ryzen 3 3100 is a direct competitor to the Core i3-10100. And … another direct competitor to this processor in price, but a six-core one: Ryzen 5 2600. In principle, it’s already close to Ryzen 5 3600, since it has fallen in price recently (especially thanks to the situation with video cards), but it’s not worth adding interesting — it is already clear that the fastest (even the i5-10400 is still slower). The main topic is the budget segment, and here AMD has had nothing new since the middle of last year, and even then the range was replenished with a couple of models (then several interesting APUs came out, but their availability is limited). Basically, you have to take the rap with the old microarchitectures, but looking at them in the 4C / 8T version is already tired.

      And so formally, all AMD processors belong to the same platform — and even motherboards are found in nature, on which all of the above can work (there are even models where you can plug everything in general — from Athlon to the 4000 and 5000 lines). Intel processors, of course, this does not apply. Why does the company have to regularly re-release all the lines in general, with each update of the platform, although at least the same Celeron and Pentium could not be touched for a long time — but they themselves are to blame.

      Other environments traditional: AMD Radeon Vega 56 graphics card, SATA SSD and 16 GB DDR4 memory, maximum frequency spec.

      Test Method

      Methodology for testing computer systems of the 2020 sample

      The testing methodology is described in detail in a separate article, and the results of all tests are available in a separate table in Microsoft Excel format. Directly in the articles, we use the processed results: normalized with respect to the reference system (Intel Core i5-9600K with 16 GB of memory, AMD Radeon Vega 56 graphics card and SATA SSD) and grouped by computer application. Accordingly, on all diagrams related to applications, dimensionless points, so here “more is better” everywhere. And starting from this year, we are finally transferring game tests to an optional status (the reasons for which are discussed in detail in the description of the test methodology), so that only specialized materials will be available for them. In the main lineup there are only a couple of «processor-dependent» games in low resolution and medium quality — synthetic, of course, but conditions close to reality for testing processors are not suitable, since nothing depends on them in such conditions.

      iXBT Application Benchmark 2020

      In terms of performance, the Core i3-10100 is closer to the old i7-6700 than to the 7700K, but this does not matter. The main thing is that it is still a little slower than the Ryzen 3 3100. You can, however, recall the presence of an integrated GPU — which is currently a great thing, but makes the processors not quite direct competitors. However, then will need to remember and Ryzen 3 4350G — where the video part is even bolder. And in general, this is all a separate issue that requires a separate study (we plan to do it soon). With a discrete video card — this is the alignment. At the same time explaining — why in AMD took a break from with the update of budget products: two Zen cores with SMT support are enough to seamlessly compete with any Celeron, and four of them without SMT can easily cope with Pentium. Intel constantly updates the processors of these families — but this has practically no effect on performance. And all AMD needs in such conditions is to flexibly vary the prices of old (technically) products, sometimes creatively renaming them (for example, the quad-core Athlon Gold Pro 3150G is still the same Ryzen 3 2200G from three years ago, but with a chopped GPU). Here Core i3 has changed significantly over the past three years — therefore, the new Ryzen 3 is completely different from the old ones. In terms of performance, they are more reminiscent of the old Ryzen 5 — and not even quad-core. As for the comparison of LGA1200 lines, everything is simple here: Core i3 is twice as fast as Pentium, but one and a half times slower than Core i5. Correspondence with the number of cores is close to ideal.

      No significant changes. For some, this is true even in absolute terms. Core i3 moved a little away from Pentium — remember what was said at the beginning about command systems and their limitations. By the way, because of this, dual-core Athlons are already almost and is enough to compete with Pentium. In general, the update of budget AMD products in the near future will depend only on the actions of Intel. There doesn’t seem to be any other reason. Unfortunately, the new Athlon based on the 4000G APUs would be a bomb (especially if the GPU is left at the level of the Ryzen 3 of this line). Yes, and it’s high time — because the old boards are already simply «plugged in, but do not work.» However, there is a feeling that we will not see them until the quad-core Pentium and Celeron with Hyper-Threading appear. Until then, there is no need.

      All the same. Yes, it could not be otherwise. Although the architecture is already important here, the only thing that this leads to is that the old six-core Ryzen 5s began to look worse. But at prices at the level of modern Ryzen 3 or Core i3, this is also normal. The mentioned families grow synchronously. The younger ones are equally synchronous … almost do not change.

      When too many cores are not needed, and the efficiency of Hyper-Threading drops, and in general everything degenerates into tests for architecture and frequency. But Intel’s architecture in this segment has not changed for a long time — and here again the same thing. Therefore, only last year’s Ryzen 3 can be noted — the breakthrough of the year is unambiguous. And all, perhaps.

      On the one hand, doesn’t matter what — it matters how many . On the other hand, architectural features, and the memory system, matter. But in the Intel processors of the three younger lines, the same Skylake continues to live — so is really more important for them than . Moreover, here the specificity of the code is such that Hyper-Threading is only slightly inferior to «real» cores. So this is the schedule.

      A similar case — but here the number of cores and computation threads is noticeably less important. Although the main trends, as we can see, persist for a variety of types of load.

      And here the group itself is “motley” in terms of working scenarios. But the results are the same as everywhere else.

      At the time of release, the Ryzen 3 3100 was positioned as a competitor to the Core i3-9100F. In fact, only a few days remained before the release of the LGA1200 platform, the characteristics of all processors were approximately known, so no one doubted that the main task of the 3100 was to fight the i3-10100/10100F. Under what they sharpened — that’s what happened. Yes, and the “release” time is appropriate — previously, such a processor would have interfered too much with the sale of the remnants of the old Ryzen 5, and later the old rule would have “broke” to position Ryzen 3 precisely against the Core i3. However, since Celeron and Pentium have not changed, there are no significant updates in the lower AMD families. Although, we repeat, it’s time — the current Athlons no longer work even on budget boards based on the A520 chipset, which does not climb into any gates. Although, in general, the B450 is no worse — but it would be time for him to rest. And the idea of ​​​​buying the cheapest processor with a board “for the future” (for which you already need not the A520, but the B550 — but the B450 is not suitable at all) generally cuts in the bud. With Intel in this regard, it is easier — although is generally considered AMD’s great friend by upgraders. However, this is a separate topic, somewhat beyond the scope of today’s testing. Everything is clear with him.

      Power Consumption and Energy Efficiency

      As soon as the race for performance began again, so did the power consumption. However, it leads to problems only in the top segment (and even then not always) — budget processors cannot gobble up a lot just by design.

      However, they also work slowly. So a system that solves tasks faster and spends more time in sleep can be more effective. On the other hand, such scenarios for using modern computers are not uncommon, in which Celeron will also sleep 99% of the time.

      Games

      As already mentioned in the description of the methodology, it makes no sense to keep the «classic approach» to testing gaming performance — since video cards have long been determining not only it, but also significantly affect the cost of the system, you need to «dance» exclusively from them. And from the games themselves — too: in modern conditions, fixing a game set for a long time does not make sense, since literally everything can change with the next update. But we will carry out a brief test in (albeit) relatively synthetic conditions — using a couple of games in the «processor-dependent» mode.

      AMD vs. Intel: we, however, removed a lot of testing of processors in

      Celeron games altogether — many modern and even not very games sometimes simply do not run on it. On the other hand, no one will buy it paired with a more or less decent video card. Yes, and Pentium is unlikely, although these processors, along with the old Ryzen 3, can still do something. And even the new Ryzen 3 with Core i3 in practice will usually coexist with such video cards that things simply won’t come to “processor dependence”. If you are interested in the question of their work in a serious gaming system, we recommend our large test of different processor models, released in March: many of today’s heroes are there are presented in pure form .

      Total

      A priori it was clear that the new Core i3 reached the level of the «old» Core i7, but Celeron and Pentium remained the same — but sometimes it’s useful to test the theory with practice. And now we can confidently repeat — for buyers of budget systems based on Intel processors, nothing has been happening on the market for a long time. There is definitely no point in changing even a five-six-year-old computer for a similar one. If it’s broken, it might be worth repairing. If it just “presses” somewhere, consider upgrading. After all, motherboards fail much more often than processors. Especially expensive and sophisticated — which enthusiasts love so much, so that after some time after leaving the market of any platform near-top processors for it in the secondary market can be found inexpensively. The platforms themselves haven’t changed much either. Another question is that when buying a new computer, it is better to look at the same new platforms — for the sake of a longer maintainability period and a stock of modernization.