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January 3rd, 2011 | Elric Phares
Intel once again takes innovation to a new level and with integrated graphics, improved performance, lower power consumption and competitive pricing; Intel has a solid winner in the new i5 2500K and DH67BL products. - read more
 
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January 2nd, 2011 | Elric Phares
The new 2nd gen Core CPUs offer embedded graphics, lower power consumption, better performance and low temps that allow superior overclocking than anything yet seen, what’s not to like? - read more
 
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May 28th, 2010 | Benjamin Sun
Intel definitely saw the need to do more to compete with AMD than release a very small amount of Extreme Edition CPUs at the highest $1000+ price point and the release of two new CPUs with unlocked cores for just a little above the retail price of their non-unlocked equivalents is a good start. Overclockers and Tweakers wanting to get the most out of their new CPUs will appreciate the fact that these two CPUs will have more options to overclock due to their unlocked cores. Intel’s LGA-1156... - read more
 
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March 12th, 2010 | Elric Phares
Intel i7-980X / ASUS P6X58D / Noctua NH-D14 / 24 GB Kingston Hyper-X Memory - Overclocking to 4.02 GHz Benchmarks - read more
 
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March 10th, 2010 | Benjamin Sun
Without a doubt, the Core i7-980X is a fast CPU, the fastest out of the box CPU available. The 980X has a retail price of $999, meaning it will replace the 975X in Intel’s lineup. - read more
 
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March 10th, 2010 | Elric Phares
Intel Core i7 980X Extreme 6 Core Gulftown Desktop CPU Review - Pricing, Specs & Benchmarks! Code-named Gulftown the 32nm, six-core i7-980X will be labeled as the i7x (Extreme Edition), not t... - read more
 
Review
September 8th, 2009 | Elric Phares
Intel has a whole family of products with this launch with new processors, new motherboards to support the processors and a new Platform Controller Hub that changes their entire cost equation. If you want a CPU that offers decent performance without spending the hundreds of dollars a Core i7 920+DDR3 Triple Channel Memory kit+X58 motherboard, the Core i5 750 offers a compelling alternative with slightly lower performance but much lower COO (Cost of Ownership). - read more
 
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August 19th, 2009 | Elric Phares
This CPU is the fastest available processor for the gaming enthusiast on the market with 8 logical cores running at 3.33GHz. - read more
 
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July 8th, 2009 | Benjamin Sun
The AMD platform has long been known for its backwards compatible platforms with AM2+ CPUs able t work with the AM2 motherboards with a BIOS upgrade, and now the AM3 CPUs able to use the same AM2+ motherboards with DDR2 memory meaning the total cost of ownership for a new system with an AM3 CPU is potentially much less than the equivalent Intel CPU with a new motherboard and DDR3 memory combination. The 955 Black Edition CPU is able to outperform the 810 CPU we use in platform testing across... - read more
 

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