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Best price for Intel Core i5-3470 in Hong Kong is HK$ 589.00

You can buy the Intel Core i5-3470 at the lowest price of HK$ 589.00 from AliExpress which is 65% cheaper than the Intel Core i5-3470 that is sold by Amazon at the price of HK$ 1,687.00. Alternatively, the Intel Core i5-3470 is also sold in Malaysia at AliExpress with the price of HK$ 588.00 and Philippines at Amazon with the price of HK$ 1,687.00 and Singapore at AliExpress with the price of HK$ 588.00 and Vietnam at with the price of HK$ 586.00. Pricing details were last updated at 22 April 2018, 18:19.

Intel Core i5-3470 Price by Country

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 589.00 HKD 589.00
Malaysia MYR 292.40 HKD 588.00
Philippines PHP 11,230.00 HKD 1,687.00
Singapore SGD 99.60 HKD 588.00
Vietnam VND 1.700.000 HKD 586.00

Intel Core i5-3470 Specs

Intel Core i5-3470 Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelIntelĀ® Coreā„¢ i5-3470 Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.60 GHz)
DateJun 2012
Processor family3rd gen IntelĀ® Coreā„¢ i5
Processor frequency3.2 GHz
Processor cores4
Processor socketLGA 1155 (Socket H2)
Component forPC
Processor lithography22 nm
Processor modeli5-3470
Processor threads4
System bus rate5 GT/s
Processor operating modes64-bit
Processor seriesIntel Core i5-3400 Desktop series
Processor cache6 MB
Processor cache typeSmart Cache
Compatible chipsetsIntel B75 Express, Intel H77 Express, Intel Z75 Express, Intel Z77 Express
CPU multiplier (bus/core ratio)32
Processor boost frequency3.6 GHz
Bus typeDMI
Processor codenameIvy Bridge
Memory channels supported by processorDual
Maximum internal memory supported by processor32 GB
Memory types supported by processorDDR3 1333/1600
Memory clock speeds supported by processor1333,1600 MHz
Memory bandwidth supported by processor (max)25.6 GB/s
ECC supported by processor
On-board graphics adapter
On-board graphics adapter modelIntel HD Graphics 2500
On-board graphics adapter base frequency650 MHz
On-board graphics adapter dynamic frequency (max)1150 MHz
Number of displays supported (on-board graphics)3
Thermal Design Power (TDP)77 W
Execute Disable Bit
Idle States
Thermal Monitoring Technologies
PCI Express slots version3.0
PCI Express configurations1x16,2x8
Supported instruction setsAVX,SSE4.1,SSE4.2
Processor package size37.5
CPU configuration (max)1
Embedded options available
Thermal solution specificationPCG 2011D
On-board graphics adapter ID0x152
Processor ARK ID68316

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