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Intel Sandy Bridge E-series for enthusiasts to arrive in Q4 2011

Posted on Thursday, February 10 2011 @ 23:07:35 CET by


X-bit Labs reports Intel will reveal the Sandy Bridge E-series by the end of the year, this is a new enthusiast-class desktop platform that will use the LGA2011 socket.
Intel Sandy Bridge E microprocessors are specifically designed for enthusiasts, who demand maximum performance. For example, the chips will carry "extra large cache" to maximize speed of single-threaded or dual-threaded applications, quad-channel memory controller and a number of other enhancements. Sandy Bridge E chips with four or six cores will be paired with code-named Patsburg core-logic set. Platforms based on the latter will feature external base frequency generators and clock-speeds of buses like SATA or USB locked. As a result, enthusiasts will be able to boost clock-speed of microprocessors using traditional methods by increasing DMI frequencies, something that will allow them to easily and more efficiently to overclock their CPUs.




 



 

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