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Intel 2700K Clock Speed Revealed

Posted 19 de September de 2011 by Pedro

Intel’s upcoming top-of-the-line 2700K clock speed has been revealed. Biostar has revealed on their website some specifications regarding the upcoming new high end Sandy bridge processor from Intel, the 2700K, on their motherboards CPU support list. The CPU will feature a 3.5Ghz (3500Mhz) clock speed by default and a TDP of 95W. Neither the release […]

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GELID Launches “GX-7″” CPU Cooler

Posted 19 de August de 2011 by Pedro

Our friends over at GELID have just released their new “Gamer” series CPU Cooler, the GX-7. The GX-7 features 7 special positioned heat pipes, V-shaped aluminium fins, strategically positioned openings inside the heat sink and near the heat pipes, an unique design and support for dual fans. All this for better heat dissipation, more efficient […]

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Intel Sandy Bridge-E Processors Will be Sold Without Cooler

Posted 15 de August de 2011 by Pedro

According to this article at VR-Zone, the upcoming Intel Sandy Bridge-E CPUs will be shipped without the stock cooler everyone is familiar, in fact there will be no cooler at all. Being the upcoming Intel Sandy Bridge-E processors (3820/3930K/3960X) aimed for the enthusiast market this move actually makes sense since no enthusiast will maintain the […]

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Gigabyte Announces Support for 22nm CPUs and PCI-E 3.0 on 6 Series Motherboards

Posted 11 de August de 2011 by Pedro

Gigabyte has recently announced that their 6 series motherboard range will be able to support upcoming 22nm Intel CPUs as well as the next generation PCI-E 3.0 technology via a BIOS update.   Gigabyte motherboard owners should head to Gigabyte’s website, download and install their motherboard’s latest BIOS so they can take advantage of all […]

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Sandy Bridge-E 2011 Launch Put on Slide, Ivy Bridge in March-April 2012

Posted 8 de August de 2011 by Pedro

Last month, there reports of Intel pushing its Sandy Bridge-E enthusiast desktop platform to 2011. It was originally scheduled for 2011, but was reportedly delayed to 2012 because of issues Intel was facing with its flagship desktop chipset, codenamed Patsburg-D. Intel will be launching Sandy Bridge-E this year, but the first wave of motherboards will […]

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Sandy Bridge-E Model Numbers – Clock Speeds Surface

Posted 22 de July de 2011 by Pedro

Here are details of the first three models of Intel’s “Sandy Bridge-E” Core i7 processors in the LGA2011 package. Some of these details were made public as early as mid-April. It was then analyzed that Intel was driving two distinct lines of LGA2011 client processors: Enthusiast and Performance, and within Performance, there were BClk multiplier-unlocked […]

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