It was just days ago that we wrote about the Core i5-3365M mobile central processing unit and how it would be released in the third quarter of the year.
Now we are going to write about another 22nm Ivy Bridge CPU set for Q3 launch, one that belongs to the Ivy Bridge line but lacks integrated graphics.
Called Core i5-3350P, it is a quad-core chip that has another drawback compared to most of its peers: lack of Hyper Threading support.
Fortunately, the Santa Clara, California-based company kept the Turbo Boost, allowing the clock speed to rise from 3.10 GHz to 3.30 GHz.
Finally, the thermal design power (TDP) is of 69W and the cache memory (L3) is 6 MB.
We don't know whether or not Intel's Core i5-3350P will have an unlocked multiplier. The report from DonanimHaber