Intel Core i5-3439Y specifications
|Type||CPU / Microprocessor|
|Family||Intel Core i5 Mobile|
|Model number ? ||i5-3439Y|
|CPU part number||AV8063801378103 is an OEM/tray microprocessor|
|Frequency ? ||1500 MHz|
|Turbo frequency||2300 MHz (1 core)|
2100 MHz (2 cores)
|Bus speed ? ||5 GT/s DMI|
|Clock multiplier ? ||15|
|Package||1023-ball micro-BGA (BGA1023)|
|Size||1.22" x 0.94" / 3.1cm x 2.4cm|
|Introduction date||January 7, 2013|
|End-of-Life date||Last order date is July 25, 2014|
Last shipment date is January 9, 2015
|Price at introduction||$250|
|Architecture / Microarchitecture|
|Processor core ? ||Ivy Bridge|
|Core stepping ? ||L1 (SR0ZN, SR12Q)|
|CPUID||306A9 (SR0ZN, SR12Q)|
|Manufacturing process||0.022 micron|
|Data width||64 bit|
|The number of cores||2|
|The number of threads||4|
|Floating Point Unit||Integrated|
|Level 1 cache size ? ||2 x 32 KB instruction caches|
2 x 32 KB data caches
|Level 2 cache size ? ||2 x 256 KB|
|Level 3 cache size||3 MB|
|Physical memory||32 GB|
- MMX instructions
- SSE / Streaming SIMD Extensions
- SSE2 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 2
- SSE3 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
- SSSE3 / Supplemental Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
- SSE4 / SSE4.1 + SSE4.2 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 4 ?
- AES / Advanced Encryption Standard instructions
- AVX / Advanced Vector Extensions
- F16C / 16-bit Floating-Point conversion instructions
- EM64T / Extended Memory 64 technology / Intel 64 ?
- NX / XD / Execute disable bit ?
- HT / Hyper-Threading technology ?
- TBT 2.0 / Turbo Boost technology 2.0 ?
- VT-x / Virtualization technology ?
- VT-d / Virtualization for directed I/O
- TXT / Trusted Execution technology
|Low power features||Enhanced SpeedStep technology ? |
|Integrated peripherals / components|
- GPU Type: HD 4000
Base frequency (MHz): 350
Maximum frequency (MHz): 850
- The number of controllers: 1
Memory channels: 2
Supported memory: DDR3-1600, DDR3L-1600
- PCI Express 2.0 interface
- Direct Media Interface 2.0
|Electrical / Thermal parameters|
|Maximum operating temperature ? ||105°C|
|Thermal Design Power ? ||13 Watt|
|Notes on Intel AV8063801378103|
- The processor supports TDP Down feature
- According to Intel specification update the Turbo Boost feature is not available when 2 cores are active
- The processor has 7 Watt Scenario Design Power
Detailed side-by-side comparison
Historical price chart
The chart below shows official prices of Intel Mobile Celeron 2961Y, Core i5-3439Y, Core i5-4220Y, Core i5-4300Y and Core i5-4302Y processors:
Q: Can I upgrade my Core i5-3439Y processor?
A: No. BGA processors, like this one, are soldered on a board, for that reason upgrading or replacing them is extremely difficult.
Core i5-3439Y Overclocking
Sorry, overclocking information is not available at this time.
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