For those who are greatly angered by product naming schemes today, I suggest you find an inanimate object to attack to prevent causing harm to your near and dear...as the naming scheme has just got worse. Prior to this release, the Core iX was split into two families over two sockets. The Core i7, which exists on the triple channel LGA1366 platform and the dual channel LGA1156. Meanwhile, the Intel Core i5 consisted of a single Quad Core processor on the LGA1156 socket, sporting all of the Core i7's features minus Hyperthreading Technology. As of now, the Core i5 range now includes a number of dual core processors, which support Hyperthreading technology and turbo boost. To complement these processors, Intel also included Core i3 processors, which are just like the aforementioned Dual Cores...minus Turbo Boost. Finally, the Pentium brand has been added as the Matt Damon of the range, lacking Turbo Boost, Hyperthreading Technology and a reduced Level 3 Cache. To add to the confusion, the range topping Core i5 660 is priced higher than Core i5 750 and Core i7 920 processors.