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Intel Sandy Bridge-E


Although Intel's Sandy Bridge-E will attend the next few months, but details on these processors show continues and the latest information tells us that this CPU can reach speeds of 3.9 GHz when the Turbo Boost feature is activated. Sandy Bridge processor-E targeting enthusiast users who want the best performance of the system and will replace the 900 series CPUs from Core i7. Intel will launch three models of Sandy Bridge-E, the first model with 6-core Extreme Edition, 5MB of Level 3 cache and 3.3GHz stock frequency. The second model fixed with 6 cores but with 12MB L3 cache and only 3.2 GHz base clock, which last only 4 core processors with 10MB L3 cache and clock speed of 3.6 Ghz.

Turbo Talk, Extreme Edition CPU model and model quad core 3.9 Ghz to 3.2 Ghz chip, while TIPA 6 cores only reach 3.8 Ghz on Turbo mode. Sandy Bridge processor-E uses a socket LGA 2011 and a new chipset named X79.

This new technology will bring to 10 SATA 6Gbps support, dual x16 PCI Express for graphics cards, or quad x8 graphics card.

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