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Intel Sandy Bridge-E i7-3960X processor - PCstats.com Intel Sandy Bridge-E i7-3960X processor
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Intel's X58 platform has been around for over three years now (yes, it really has been that long) and for many a changing of the guard in the enthusiast market couldn't come soon enough. Replacing the venerable Nehalem microarchitecure is an offshoot of the Sandy Bridge platform which is simply called Sandy Bridge E. The new processor lineup is headlined by the 3960X; a six core, twelve threaded extreme edition product that is sure to turn heads for its performance as well as an astronomical price.
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