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Intel Broadwell-E launch slides leak, offers new overclocking eatures

Posted on Friday, May 27 2016 @ 20:22:43 CEST by

VideoCardz is on a roll, besides all the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1000 series exclusives the site also managed to get its hands on some of the press slides of Intel's Broadwell-E series! You can check out all five leaked slides over here, these chips will be launched as the Intel Core i7-69xx/68xx series and will include Intel's first 10-core desktop processor. The official launch is scheduled for May 30th.

The Broadwell-E lineup consists of four processors with a TDP of 140W and quad-channel DDR4-2400 support. These LGA2011-v3 chips are made on a 14nm process, they're compatible with current X99 chipset based motherboards and feature the new Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0. The top model is the Core i7 6950X, this 10-core, 20-threaded CPU has a boost frequency of up to 3.5GHz, 40 PCIe 3.0 lanes, and a huge price tag of $1,723.

Intel promises up to 35 percent better multi-thread performance versus the previous generation and there are several new features for overclockers. The chips are fully unlocked and offer per core overclocking, AVX ratio offset and VccU voltage control.

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