The Intel Core i5-11400 processor is aimed at users who are looking for a powerful processing solution for their PC, especially those who seek to use their PC for gaming or other applications that require high processing power. With Hyper-Threading support, providing enough power to meet demanding tasks and applications.
Provides excellent gaming performance, making it suitable for gamers who want to enjoy a smooth and comfortable gaming experience without spending a lot of money on a processor. It supports technologies such as Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 and Intel Hyper-Threading, offering increased performance and efficiency in computing tasks.
It has an integrated Intel UHD Graphics 730 graphics card.
Intel® Core™ 11th generation processors redefine Intel® CPU performance for laptops and desktops. New core and graphics architectures, AI-based performance enhancements, best-in-class wireless and wired connectivity, and advanced tuning features deliver higher levels of power and flow to support your expectations.
Key Features and Benefits of 11th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors:
- Innovative New Architectures
- Revolutionary Intel® Xe Graphics
- Intelligent Performance
- Faster, More Reliable Connectivity
- Advanced Overclocking
- Built for Business
11th Generation Intel® Core™ desktop processors reimagine performance and tuning for elite gaming with a new CPU architecture, AI-based acceleration, enhanced overclocking capabilities, up to DDR4-3200 memory speeds, 20 CPU PCIe 4.0 lanes5, and more.
AI-based intelligent performance, immersive Intel® Xe graphics, enhanced tuning options, and more work together in 11th Gen Intel® Core™ desktop processors to improve creative productivity, speeding up photo and video editing and graphic design tasks.
The efficient multi-threaded performance of the 11thGen Intel Core processors allow you to maximize your streaming quality and maintain high FPS while gaming.
A jump in IPC means your processor is working smarter, not harder. It’s getting more work done in each clock cycle, which translates to higher FPS in games and smoother performance in applications. Though IPC may not be a familiar measurement to everyone, it’s another way to understand why 11th Gen CPUs excel at gaming.
Newly supported in 11th Gen, Resizable BAR is a PCIe feature that can provide a free boost to in-game performance in some titles. It changes the way your CPU works with your GPU, potentially unlocking a few percentage points of extra FPS. It does so by letting your CPU access more data at once.
11th Gen helps you get more from your memory. Motherboards now officially support RAM speeds of up to 3200MHz and present advanced overclocking options to help you tune your memory.
Adding more RAM capacity helps you run more programs at once (or meet the requirements for memory-hungry AAA games). Upgrading to faster RAM, on the other hand, improves the speed with which your CPU retrieves data from memory.
Stepping up from 2933MHz RAM (which 10th Gen supported) to 3200MHz can provide an in-game FPS boost, although this varies based on the game, your system, and your graphics settings.
PCIe 4.0 support means you’ll be ready for the next generation of GPUs and SSDs.
PCIe is the expansion bus you use to connect graphics cards, NVMe SSDs, and peripherals like capture cards to your motherboard. 11th Gen Intel® Core™ CPUs support PCIe 4.0, a revision that provides twice as much bandwidth as 3.0.
PCIe 4.0 support means you’ll be ready to upgrade to the latest Gen 4 SSD or GPU as the technology matures. 11th Gen Intel® Core™ CPUs also provide up to 20 CPU PCIe lanes, which provide a more direct connection between your CPU, GPU, and NVMe SSD.
Enhanced media playback is another hallmark of 11th Gen. By supporting new video formats and high-bitrate HDR video, CPUs like the Intel® Core™ i7-11700K make it easy to watch immersive, detail-rich content and create it yourself.
To provide an enhanced viewing experience, 11th Gen Intel® Core™ CPUs feature hardware support for 12-bit HEVC decoding and 10-bit AV1 decoding. 12-bit and 10-bit color are different standards for HDR (high dynamic range), which enables vivid hues and deep black levels when viewed on an HDR monitor.