Intel Core I7 Extreme Edition I7-990x Hexa-core 6 Core 3.46 GHz Processor - Socket B LGA-1366 (1.50 MB - 12 MB Cache - 3200 MHz Bus Speed - Yes - 32 Nm - 130 W)

Intel Core I7 Extreme Edition I7-990x Hexa-core 6 Core 3.46 GHz Processor - Socket B...

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Hardcore multitaskers rejoice. Fly through everything you do on your PC - from playing intense 3D games to creating and editing digital video, music, and photos. With the high performance platform capabilities of Intel X58 Express Chipset-based motherboards, along with faster, intelligent multi-core technology that applies processing power dynamically when its needed most, PCs based on the Intel Core i7-980X processor Extreme Edition deliver incredible performance with a rich feature set.

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  • Intel Core i7-990X

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    The Intel Core i7-990X is a top-of-the-line hexa-core processor that claimed the place of Intels flagship commercial processor from the Intel Core i7-980X. The 990X improves upon the 980X in terms of clock speed only as it is clocked at 3.46GHz as compared to the 980Xs 3.33GHz (with a max turbo frequency of 3.73GHz with Turbo Boost technology as opposed to 3.6GHz). Otherwise, the two hexa-core processors sport the same features and technologies, including: a 12MB cache, 32nm micro-architecture, Hyper-Threading technology and a 130-watt max TDP. The i7-990Xs 32nm architecture allows it to provide more processing power than 45nm chips while requiring less power than a 45nm chip of equivalent processing capability. Its Hyper-Threading technology allows the i7-990X to effectively behave as if it had 12 cores as each physical core is seen by a computers OS as two cores, allowing each core to handle twice as many tasks simultaneously. Meanwhile, the i7-990Xs Turbo Boost technology ... PR... Read more

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