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The Core i7-4960x: Intel’s new speed king
Tweakers zegt: goed! Conclusion
Introduction: better late than never
As is known, following the release of new Intel processors are “tick-tock’ pattern. A tock is a new architecture and a so-called tick that shrink or a smaller production process. Now would be like Intel are complete adjust product lines, with the introduction of a new generation of logical but it does not. The business for a number of years
Nowadays most mobile and desktop processors for higher consumer markets introduced. In practice, that quad-core i7 and i5 processors. On the entry level models, such as the i3’s, Pentiums and Celerons, must usually wait a few months. The fastest processors must however wait more than a year, running a generation behind.
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Fastest processors who have for some time en foot. The Nehalems and Westmeres the LGA1366 socket, and since the Sandy Bridge E processors has the 2011 socket pins. Was The latter processors are based on the Sandy Bridge architecture, which was introduced. Together with the consumer processors, in January 2011 However, the Sandy Bridge-E processors, part of the High End DeskTop platform from Intel, followed only in the last quarter of 2011.
Meanwhile, Ivy Bridge, the tick after Sandy Bridge, which was introduced in the first half of 2012 already succeeded by the Haswell generation. Yet it was hedt segment so far by Sandy Bridge-E processors. Intel, however, has finally been released Ivy Bridge E processors with a large generation gap. Was it worth the wait?Viewing:-433
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