At CES in Las Vegas, Intel announced a vast range of 32nm LGA 1155 processors, including no fewer than fourteen desktop and fifteen mobile processors. However, although the four core versions have been officially available since January 9th, the dual cores only started arriving in stores on February 20th. We have, of course, managed to test them! Are these new LGA 1155 socket Core i3s as attractive as the beefier i5s and i7s?
> Intel Core i3-2100 LGA 1155: Sandy Bridge dual core!