2020 Newest Dell Inspiron 15 3583 15.6 Inch HD Laptop (8th Gen Inter 4-Core i7-8565U up to 4.6GHz, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD, Intel UHD Graphics 620, WiFi, Bluetooth, HDMI, Windows 10)

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- I love Intel as much as anyone. They make cool products, they engage in lots of community stuff, and I mean heck, they're even a major sponsor of my other channel. But man, when it comes to confusing product naming schemes, I think Core i3, Core i5, Core i7 takes the cake. I mean, great question! What is a Core i7 479GK? What the heck does all of this even mean? We'll get to that. But first a bit of background about why we need product names for processors. Wouldn't it be simpler to just label them with how many gigahertz they run at and call it a day? Simpler, sort of, but at times actually even more confusing. For example, when the Pentium 4 launched an equivalently clocked Pentium 3 was actually faster because it could do more work with each cycle. As a customer, I would expect the product with the higher number to be the better one! And therein lies the problem. Not all megahertz
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