Intel Core i3-1315U (13th Gen) Laptop Processor
The 13th Generation Intel Core i3-1315U is a lower-mid-range laptop processor released in 2023. Although it’s not as fast as the i5-1335U and i7-1355U from the same 13th Gen U family, the more affordable i3-1315U option is great for the daily home and office tasks. In these routine tasks, the difference between the i3 and i5, and i7 isn’t big. They can handle the regular duties with ease. But, the i5, i7 and other more powerful processors, especially those from the higher performance P and H series, are noticeably faster in heavier operations like high-resolution video editing.
The Core i3-1315U also lags behind in terms of graphics processing and therefore gaming performance. It features the Intel UHD integrated graphics, which is weaker than the Intel Iris Xe of the Core i5 and i7. However, both of these graphics processors are entry-level, meaning they are suitable only for light gaming.
The main AMD’s competitor against the Intel Core i3-1315U is the AMD Ryzen 3 7330U.
Intel Core i3-1315U CPU Benchmark
Here’s a benchmark comparison of the Intel Core i3-1315U against other popular laptop processors:
Note: The benchmark scores of the listed processors are averages measured across various devices with these processors. The scores and real-world performance of the Intel Core i3-1315U and compared CPUs may vary depending on the notebooks' other components, settings, cooling, and other factors. However, the benchmark results are good indicators of the processors' performance.
Specifications of the Intel Core i3-1315U
Here are the most important specs of the Intel Core i3-1315U:
13th Generation Intel Core "Raptor Lake"
|Number of Cores
2 performance cores
|CPU Clock Speed
Up to 3.3 GHz on efficient cores
DDR4 (3200 MT/s max. speed)
Affordable laptops & 2-in-1 PCs
Intel HyperThreading (enables two computing threads per physical processor core)
|Year of Release
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