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Intel Sandy Bridge engineering sample gets benchmarked

Posted on Thursday, June 10 2010 @ 20:27:52 CEST by

Taiwanese tech site Coolaler got its hands on an engineering sample of Intel's upcoming 32nm Sandy Bridge and ran it through a couple of benchmarks. The LGA1555 quad-core eight-threaded engineering sample features a 2.5GHz clockspeed, 256KB L2 cache per core and 6MB shared L3 cache. You can check out the benchmarks and screenshots over here, it's in Chinese but it shouldn't be too hard to understand. Overall the performance doesn't look that exciting, but perhaps that may yet change as Sandy Bridge isn't expected to be released until 2011.



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