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Intel Core i3-370M

2
Cores
4
Threads
35 W
TDP
2.4 GHz
Frequency
N/A
Boost
Arrandale
Codename
Socket G1
Socket
Intel Socket G1
Intel Socket G1
The Intel Core i3-370M was a mobile processor with 2 cores, launched in June 2010. It is part of the Core i3 lineup, using the Arrandale architecture with Socket G1. Thanks to Intel Hyper-Threading the core-count is effectively doubled, to 4 threads. Core i3-370M has 3MB of L3 cache and operates at 2.4 GHz. Intel is building the Core i3-370M on a 32 nm production process using 382 million transistors. The multiplier is locked on Core i3-370M, which limits its overclocking capabilities.
With a TDP of 35 W, the Core i3-370M consumes only little energy. Intel's processor supports DDR3 memory. For communication with other components in the machine, Core i3-370M uses a PCI-Express Gen 2 connection.
Hardware virtualization is available on the Core i3-370M, which greatly improves virtual machine performance. Additionally, IOMMU virtualization (PCI passthrough) is supported, so that guest virtual machines may directly use host hardware.

Physical

Socket: Intel Socket G1
Foundry: Intel
Process Size: 32 nm
Transistors: 382 million
Die Size: 81 mm²
Package: rPGA

Performance

Frequency: 2.4 GHz
Turbo Clock: N/A
Base Clock: 133 MHz
Multiplier: 18.0x
Multiplier Unlocked: No
TDP: 35 W

Architecture

Market: Mobile
Production Status: End-of-life
Release Date: Jun 20th, 2010
Codename: Arrandale
Generation: Core i3
(Arrandale)
Part#: unknown
Memory Support: DDR3
ECC Memory: No
PCI-Express: Gen 2

Cores

# of Cores: 2
# of Threads: 4
SMP # CPUs: 1
Integrated Graphics: N/A

Cache

Cache L1: 64K (per core)
Cache L2: 256K (per core)
Cache L3: 3MB (shared)

Features

  • MMX
  • SSE
  • SSE2
  • SSE3
  • SSSE3
  • SSE4.1
  • SSE4.2
  • EIST
  • Intel 64
  • XD bit
  • TXT
  • VT-x
  • VT-d
  • HTT
  • Turbo Boost
  • AES-NI
  • Smart Cache

Notes

177M GPU Transistors