CPU Intel Core i7-3970X proof
The Intel core i7-3970X is based on the core Sandy Bridge-E (manufactured with 32nm manufacturing process) consists of six cores (thanks to HyperThreading technology is capable of running 12 threads of processing) running at 3.3 GHz (at 4.0GHz in Turbo mode), 15MB L3, integrated DDR3 memory controller quad channel, has a TDP of 150W, and is compatible with socket lga 2011 motherboards.
Tom’s Hardware’s face it with a wide variety of equipment that is present between a workstation equipped with the Intel Xeon E5-2687W (Sandy Bridge-EP core running at 3.1GHz eightfold and capable of running 16 threads processing). Without further ado, here are some of their test:
The Intel Core i7-3970X will have an MSRP of $ 999.99.
Link: Core i7-3970X Extreme Review: Can It Stomp An Eight-Core Xeon? (Tom’s Hardware)Tags: 150w, analysis, core, CPU, i7-3970X, intel, lga 2011, microprocessor, performance, processor, review, Sandy Bridge-E, TDP