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Intel Core i7-3820 Extreme Edition CPU @ Benchmark Reviews - PCSTATS.com Intel Core i7-3820 Extreme Edition CPU @ Benchmark Reviews
Thu, Mar 08 2012 | 11:59AM | Filed under: CPU / Processors| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

Not quite a year after Intel released Sandy Bridge with the new LGA-1155 platform they upped the performance bar again. This time around, the Sandy Bridge-E LGA-2011 platform is bigger, faster, and represents the top-of-the-line for consumer computing. Intel Extreme Edition processors have always brought out the best that the company has to offer, but the Extreme moniker isn`t limited to the performance. The price of Extreme Edition CPUs generally matches, with the highest end of these clocking in near $1000. The LGA-2011 platform offers a lot in terms of performance computing, besides just the Extreme Edition CPUs, though. You also get a full 40 PCI-E lanes and quad-channel memory compatibility. So what about those of us that don`t need a $1000 CPU, but we still want to use three or four GPUs to their full potential? For that, we have the Intel i7-3820 3.6GHz CPU. In this article, Benchmark Reviews goes under the hood of the littlest Sandy Bridge-E processor."

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