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Core i3 6th Gen (Used)

12,000.00

Specifications:-

Series
Core i3
Name
Core i3-6100
Model
BX80662I36100
No of Threads
4
Operating Frequency
3.7 GHz
L2 Cache
2 x 256KB
 

Core i5 4th gen 4570s (Used)

8,000.00

CPU Specifications

Total Cores 
4
Total Threads 
4
Max Turbo Frequency 
3.60 GHz
Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 Frequency 
3.60 GHz
Processor Base Frequency 
2.90 GHz
Cache 
6 MB Intel® Smart Cache
Bus Speed 
5 GT/s
TDP 
65 W

Core i5 6th Gen Processor (Used)

14,000.00

-:CPU Specifications:-

Total Cores 
4
Total Threads 
4
Max Turbo Frequency 
3.10 GHz
Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 Frequency 
3.10 GHz
Processor Base Frequency 
2.50 GHz
Cache 
6 MB Intel® Smart Cache
Bus Speed 
8 GT/s
TDP 
35 W

Core i7 4th gen 4770 Processor (Used)

15,000.00

Specifications:-

Total Cores 
4
Total Threads 
8
Max Turbo Frequency 
3.90 GHz
Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 Frequency 
3.90 GHz
Processor Base Frequency 
3.40 GHz
Cache 
8 MB Intel® Smart Cache
Bus Speed 
5 GT/s
TDP 
84 W

Intel Celeron 4th Gen (Used)

1,000.00

CPU Specifications

Total Cores 
2
Total Threads 
2
Processor Base Frequency 
2.80 GHz
Cache 
2 MB
Bus Speed 
5 GT/s
TDP 
53 W

Processor

In computing and computer science, a processor or processing unit is an electrical component (digital circuit). That performs operations on an external data source, usually memory or some other data stream. It typically takes the form of a microprocessor. Which can be implemented on a single metal–oxide–semiconductor integrated circuit chip. In the past, processors were constructed using multiple individual vacuum tubes, multiple individual transistors, or multiple integrated circuits. Today, processors use built-in transistors.

The term is frequently used to refer to the central processing unit (CPU) in a system. However, it can also refer to other coprocessors, such as a graphics processing unit (GPU).

Traditional processors are typically based on silicon; however, researchers have developed experimental processors based on alternative materials such as carbon nanotubes, graphene, and alloys made of elements from groups three and five of the periodic table. Transistors made of a single sheet of silicon atoms one atom tall and other 2D materials have been researched for use in processors. Quantum processors have been created; they use quantum superposition to represent bits (called qubits) instead of only an on or off state.