Intel Core i5-2400 Price List September, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

The Intel Core i5-2400 is a 4-core CPU with a base clock speed of 1100MHz, a clock frequency of 3.1GHz and a max frequency of 3.4GHz. This Intel processor has 4 threads and L1 cache. Check out the specs of this Intel CPU below!
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The Intel Core i5-2400 is a 4-core CPU with a base clock speed of 1100MHz, a clock frequency of 3.1GHz and a max frequency of 3.4GHz. This Intel processor has 4 threads and L1 cache. Check out the specs of this Intel CPU below!

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Intel Core i5-2400 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateJun 2016
Processor family2nd gen Intel® Core™ i5
Processor cores4
Processor socketLGA 1155 (Socket H2)
Component forPC
Processor lithography32 nm
Cooler includedYes
Processor manufacturerIntel
Processor base frequency3.1 GHz
Processor modeli5-2400
Processor operating modes64-bit
Processor seriesIntel Core i5-2400 Desktop Series
Processor threads4
System bus rate5 GT/s
Processor cache6 MB
Processor cache typeSmart Cache
Thermal Design Power (TDP)95 W
Processor boost frequency3.4 GHz
FSB ParityNo
Bus typeDMI
CPU multiplier (bus/core ratio)31
Memory bandwidth supported by processor (max)21 GB/s
Processor codenameSandy Bridge
Processor codeSR00Q
Processor ARK ID52207
Generation2nd Generation
Memory channelsDual-channel
Maximum internal memory supported by processor32 GB
Memory types supported by processorDDR3-SDRAM
Memory clock speeds supported by processor1066,1333 MHz
On-board graphics adapterYes
On-board graphics adapter modelIntel® HD Graphics 2000
On-board graphics adapter base frequency850 MHz
On-board graphics adapter dynamic frequency (max)1100 MHz
Number of displays supported (on-board graphics)2
On-board graphics adapter ID0x102

Reviews of Intel Core i5-2400
Reviewed on 2012-12-23
Benchmarking 86 CPUs takes a while. After long last, though, we have 51 models from AMD and 35 from Intel tested in our current suite. If you want to know how your processor sizes up to its competition, you'll find plenty of comparison data inside! 86 C...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-16
Measuring electrical quantities of PC enclosure is a curious task. It's particularly interesting and informative to measure platform's consumed power and energy consumption, two different things people tend to mix up. Let's clear the definitions first:...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-23
As you may know, a while back, we came to some difficult realizations about the validity of our methods for testing PC gaming performance. In my article Inside the second: A new look at game benchmarking, we explained why the widely used frames-per-second...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-25
This time we'd like to offer you the summarized test results of as many as 71 processors. This generally marks the end of the year, not the end of another test method's life cycle (like the last time). We believe this summary contains all important pro...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-01
Today we're putting the latest sub-$200 CPUs into a cage match armed with nothing but the latest DirectX 11 games (plus a helping of StarCraft 2) ......
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Reviewed on 2011-01-24
With Sandy Bridge, Intel has set new standards in both performance and power consumption. Not only is the new hardware faster and more efficient, it is also not that expensive. These LGA1155 chips obliterate their comparably priced competition, with the Core i5-2400 and i5-2500K offering the best overall value. The i7-2600K offers a slight clock speed bump and Hyper-threading, but with most applications, the performance boost is generally not worth the US$100 extra over the i5-2500K. However as premium Intel processors go..
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Reviewed on 2011-01-04
Finally, a moment anticipated by many: test results of Intel's new LGA1155 platform are available. This resembles the situation with LGA1156, because the new processors will be rolled out in several steps. Today we'll get to know the details of quad-co...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-03
Although the processing cores in Intel’s Sandy Bridge architecture are decidedly similar to Nehalem, the integration of on-die graphics and a ......
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Reviewed on 2011-01-03
It seems that we’ve been hearing about Intel’s next-gen CPU architecture, codenamed , for the past year, and previewing motherboards and revelling in the leaks for at least four months. In fact, it reached the point where we’d said ‘Sandy Bridge’ so of...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-02
It seems just like yesterday that Intel launched the Core 2 Duo series of CPUs and re-established itself as the king of the hill for x86 CPUs. As hard as it may be to believe, that was four and a half years ago. Since then Intel has been following ...
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Reviewed on 2010-10-11
The Core i5 was the second CPU from Intel to come with an integrated memory controller (the Core i7 was the first, while the Core i3 was the third), feature present on CPUs from AMD since the Athlon 64. Core i5 CPUs are based on the Core architecture, ...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-08
A brand-new core design enables the chips to do more at a given clock speed than their predecessors. The humble Core i3-2120 runs at a slightly slower 3.3GHz frequency than the mid-range i5-660 from Intel's older 1156 platform, but it achieved higher benc...
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Reviewed on 2011-07-13
Given how great the Core i5-2500K and i7-2600K perform, it is easy to forget that the current Sandy Bridge LGA1155 processors are part of Intel’s mainstream series, not their high-end one. Therefore, it is more than due time for us to test out some of ...
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