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Intel Core i7 3960X on Asus Rampage IV Extreme review
Processors & Memory
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 13 February 2012 21:07

From The Inquirer:

CHIPMAKER Intel's Core i7 3960X, the first Socket 2011 processor, is a Sandy Bridge-based six-core CPU that right now represents the top of Intel's desktop CPU portfolio.

We found that the 3.3GHz processor has pretty good overclocking capabilities, and despite only three-fourths of the eight cores actually present on the die being enabled, the six-core, 12 thread combination using hyperthreading, or simultaneous multithreading, is quite sufficient for most current desktops.

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