Tag Archives: i5

Intel’s latest NUC: i5 CPU, USB 3.0 and three display outputs!

Thanks to KW for the heads up about the latest Intel NUC! The new NUC Ā motherboard’s model # is D53427RKE, and while it is not Haswell, it DOES have some nice improvements over the original NUCs: +now includes USB 3.0 (1 port) +includes THREE display outputs and fully supports TRIPLE MONITORS! (1) HDMI, (2) Mini-DisplayPort +upgraded to an i5 CPU +retains Gigabit Ethernet support I am certain the Haswell NUCs will arrive soon… but until then, this certainly contains most

Getting QuickSync to work in DVDFab [solved]

Q. I am trying to get Intel Quick Sync to work in DVDFab but my speeds seem to still suck bad… whats wrong???!!! -Comprfanz A. Can you elaborate on your compression settings/profile? Q. Surely its two pass with 1500kbs and its a DVD I own that Im using the DVD ripper for to got to mp4… A. Okay, please try it as one pass instead of two pass… DVDFab seems to have a bug that prevents QuickSync from kicking in

i5-470UM vs i3-380UM, differences? [SOLVED]

Question. Hello. I am looking at a new Dell Vostro V130. I see that they are now shipping with either of the following two IntelĀ® Coreā„¢ Series Processors: i3-380UM (3M Cache,1.33GHz,800 MHz FSB) -or- i5-470UM (3M Cache, 1.33GHz, 800 MHz FSB) They are both already ULV (ultra low voltage) processors, so what is the difference?! Answer. Great question! Basically, the i5-470UM has turboboost enabled while the i3 does not. This means that the i5 CPU can dynamically overclock one of