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Q: Is it possible to upgrade my Intel Core i3-3210 CPU?
A: Probably yes. Processor compatibility is determined by your motherboard. Please check CPU-Upgrade.com website for CPU support list for your board.
Core i3-3210 Overclocking
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Intel to discontinue desktop Core i3 and mobile Core i7 CPUs
Sep 17, 2013
: Intel plans to discontinue several Ivy Bridge processors next year.
According to a Product Change Notification, that was published
yesterday, the company is going to retire Core i3-3210 and i3-3225
desktop CPUs for socket 1155, along with Core i7-3720QM, i7-3820QM and i7-3920XM
mobile microprocessors for socket G2. Both tray and boxed versions of these
microprocessors will be discontinued.
Intel launches budget desktop CPUs
Jan 20, 2013
: Intel Ivy Bridge microarchitecture was available for almost 9 months
now, but so far only Core branded families have been transitioned to
the new microarchitecture. Up to now, all desktop Celerons were
based on older Sandy Bridge architecture, and desktop Pentium lineup
had a mix of Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge CPUs. Today Intel added seven
new SKUs to Celeron and Pentium families. Celeron family was updated
with G1610, G1610T and G1620, that succeeded G400 and G500 series
Future Celeron and Pentium CPUs surface on Biostar's website
Nov 23, 2012
: We previously reported that Intel plans to complete transition to
Ivy Bridge microarchitecture in Q1 2013 by releasing new Celeron and
Pentium desktop microprocessors. Overall, the company will launch 7
SKUs, including G1610T and G2020T low-power models. Characteristics of these
products are already known, and some of them were even spotted in
specifications of Dell desktop PCs. Now the CPUs has surfaced in CPU
support lists on the Biostar website.
Bits and pieces: upcoming budget CPUs spotted, Pentium G2010 planned
Oct 30, 2012
: One month ago we reported on unreleased Core i3-3210 microprocessor,
spotted on Intel's website. Although the webiste provided such
details, as S-Spec and box part numbers, remaining features of new
model were unknown. Based on the processor number, we assumed that
the i3-3210 may operate at slightly lower frequency than Core i3-3220,
which is the slowest Ivy Bridge Core i3 currently in production.
Recently we confirmed slower clock speed of the Core i3-3210.
Intel prepares Core i3-3210 CPU
Sep 27, 2012
: This month Intel released a handful of Core i3 and Pentium Ivy
Bridge desktop processors, including two budget Pentium models, priced
lower than $100. The official prices of Core i3 CPUs are currently
higher than Pentiums by as much as $50, although the i3s do come with
some nice extra features, like two additional threads
and AVX instructions, for that price difference.