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Over $1000 when it hits e-store e-shelves this week - Over $1000 when it hits e-store e-shelves this week
Thu, March 11 2010 | 1:02AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Today Intel launched a new CPU based on their newest 32nm process technology codenamed "Gulftown". It is an "Extreme" CPU both in name and price - weighing in at 3.33 GHz (base, Turbo hits up to 3.60 GHz) with six individual cores (and thanks to HyperThreading that means twelve threads) and 12MB of shared L3 cache, the Core i7 980X Extreme Edition will set you back a bit over $1000 when it hits e-store e-shelves this week.
We put it to the test against the identically clocked (and nearly identically priced) Core i7 975 Extreme, and a handful of other $500+ processors to see how it competes in today's applications (we threw in a Phenom II for good measure, too).
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upcoming Intel Sandy Bridge  - upcoming Intel Sandy Bridge
Sun, December 26 2010 | 12:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Intel's next CPU architecture upgrade will soon be upon us in the form of the new "Sandy Bridge" series of socket 1155 CPUs, and supporting socket 1155 motherboards are ready for release. Today we take a look at two Sandy Bridge supporting motherboards from ECS, the P67H2-A Black Extreme and the H67H2-M Black Deluxe, to see what they have to offer users intending to upgrade to the Sandy Bridge chipset:
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