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I was under the same impression with the name change to i3, i5 and i7. I initially thought that i3 just meant a dual-core CPU, i5 was a quad-core and i7 was a quad-core with virtualization yielding 4 additional cores. However, as Bobtomay said, just the i* name doesn't indicate the number of cores, but the family indicates whether it has 2 or 4 cores..

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