Intel Core i processors on a budget

The current latest version of intel processor which is often called the Core i are actually second generation of Core i processors and they are based on the Sandy Bridge architecture, these Sandy bridge chips i3, i5 and i7 are very powerful processors but again they are a bit expensive if you are on a tight budget.

But intel has some other chips that are again based on the Sandy Bridge architecture and these processors are not that expensive but provide decent computing and also have the graphic processing built into the main processors just like the i3, i5 and the i7 chips and in this video I show you about the same and how you can build and decent computer on a budget based on these new chips.

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  1. geekyranjit

    @pothika: Thanks Tom and Potika……

    It is very interesting that intel has not launched even the pentium series of Sandy Bridge processors in the Indian as they were launched a couple of months ago. IMHO these products would do every good in the price sensitive Indian market.

  2. geekyranjit

    @pothika: Thanks Tom and Potika……

    It is very interesting that intel has not launched even the pentium series of Sandy Bridge processors in the Indian as they were launched a couple of months ago. IMHO these products would do every good in the price sensitive Indian market.

  3. geekyranjit

    @pothika: Thanks Tom and Potika…… It is very interesting that intel has not launched even the pentium series of Sandy Bridge processors in the Indian as they were launched a couple of months ago. IMHO these products would do every good in the price sensitive Indian market.

  4. geekyranjit

    @YUKAICHUNG1: Nope Core i is better but again its bit more in price than the pentium chips……. check the video clearly I have mentioned all the differences.

  5. geekyranjit

    @dokshayne11: Core 2 duo at this point if you are building a new computer is not recommended as now its a outdated chip and about 2 generations old.

  6. geekyranjit

    @buzz9961: For a gaming system I would not recommend the g620 processor at-least a i3 processor and also the graphic card is too weak at-least 6770 or if you can 6870 see other videos for Rs 30K / 50K build to get the idea…… your other parts are good.

  7. buzz9961

    i want build a gaming pc and i dont want to upgrade later without a problem what do you say about this system?intel pentium g620hd 6750corsair a50gigabyte z68x-ud3p-b3coolermaster haf 922corsair gs700wcorsair vengence 4gbwindows 7

  8. geekyranjit

    @buzz9961: For a gaming system I would not recommend the g620 processor at-least a i3 processor and also the graphic card is too weak at-least 6770 or if you can 6870 see other videos for Rs 30K / 50K build to get the idea…… your other parts are good.

  9. geekyranjit

    @buzz9961: Actually both are great cabinets you cannot go wrong with either so decide based on the looks and pricing.

  10. buzz9961

    @geekyranjit they have the same price in my country.and if i will get the peyium its not gonna be for a long time mabybe for 4 mouns and i will get 7000 series no 6000

  11. Ykai Hoihoi

    I think the pentium g cpu’s are quite nice, i know some people running games okay on it with a mid end graphics card.. anyways, are the pentium g cpu’s kinda the same as the i3 cpu’s but without hyperthreading and a little lower Ghz? Or is there a bigger difference?

  12. Bas Van der Meij

    I think the pentium g cpu’s are quite nice, i know some people running games okay on it with a mid end graphics card.. anyways, are the pentium g cpu’s kinda the same as the i3 cpu’s but without hyperthreading and a little lower Ghz? Or is there a bigger difference?

  13. Ykai Hoihoi

    I think the pentium g cpu’s are quite nice, i know some people running games okay on it with a mid end graphics card.. anyways, are the pentium g cpu’s kinda the same as the i3 cpu’s but without hyperthreading and a little lower Ghz? Or is there a bigger difference?

  14. Nulgath

    If your going for cheapest buy amd or i3, if your going for power i5 or i7, i recomend i5 since is cheaper than i7 and can pretty much do everything.


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