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INTEL I7-2600K SANDYBRIDGE REVIEW (28-02-2011)
After several weeks testing and trying out Intel's Core i7-2600k Sandybridge processor, there isn't a whole lot to say other than it's relatively cheap, it's fast and it's extremely overclockable. When a processor comes in just over US$300 and is this fast, NO ONE can complain.


INTEL I7-980X GULFTOWN SIX CORE PROCESSOR REVIEW (10-01-2010)
The Intel I7-980x being reviewed today is one of those products coming onto the market that you know know is more of a 32nm victory lap rather than a product that is trying to leap-frog the competition. With nothing in sight that could even touch the Nehalem in terms of performance, the Gulftown adds to an impressive performance market lead that will not be superceded by anyone but themselves for some time to come.


INTEL I5-661 CLARKDALE SOCKET 1156 PROCESSOR REVIEW (03-01-2010)
After testing the Intel i5-661 processor for a month or so, I can definitely see where it will create a market for an affordable and much more simpler computer that will be easy on the wallet. The inclusion of the video processing on the same package as the processor will be a breakthrough technology and I cannot wait to see what this will develop in the future.



INTEL I5-750 SOCKET 1156 LYNNFIELD PROCESSOR REVIEW (15-09-2009)
Intel knows that most people will spring for the cheaper Lynnfield in most cases and enjoy a big upgrade for little money. It's hard to really point out anything wrong with this processor. It's cheap, its performance for the dollar is unrivaled in the industry and at last allows the consumer to upgrade above a socket 775 system without having to re-mortgage the house.


INTEL I7-870 SOCKET 1156 LYNNFIELD PROCESSOR REVIEW (07-09-2009)
In my opinion, the new Lynnfield Core i7 processors are a very good step in the right direction. Through testing and benchmarking, when compared to a Nehalem system, the new Intel i7-870 packs a lot of punch for the dollar.



INTEL I7-920 NEHALEM PROCESSOR (11-12-2008)
The performance contained even within this US$300 i7-920 processor is extremely impressive for the money. One would really wonder why they would pay almost $250-$300 more for the i7-940 when this processor is beating even extremely fast quad cores from generations past. Sure some of the more expensive offerings will have their benefits when it comes to video and photo creation and editing, but for the mainstream or even the power user, this processor would be an excellent buy.


INTEL I7-965 XE EXTREME NEHALEM PROCESSOR (07-11-2008)
Intel's latest Extreme Edition processor release is not your usual bump in clock speed and a new number name tag. The new Nehalem technology is nothing less than a giant leap forward for Intel when there is no real competition in sight.


INTEL QX9770 QUAD CORE EXTREME 3.2GHZ PROCESSOR (24-04-2008)
The QX9770 being reviewed today is Intel's latest Socket 775 Quad-Core which not only boasts the smaller 45nm manufacturing process as the QX9650 (Review: Here), but it also ups the stock core speed by 200Mhz to 3.2Ghz, cranks up the FSB from 1333Mhz to a screaming 1600Mhz, and for good measure slaps on another 4MB of on die cache to keep all cores fed properly.


INTEL QX9650 YORKFIELD 45NM PENRYN QUAD-CORE PROCESSOR (29-10-2007)
Today marks the day where Intel launched processing and overall processing design into a new and exciting era. With the new smaller 45nm manufacturing process, Intel has perfected a quad-core processor line by removing every negative trait from the QX6850 predecessor. With this new process and related processors, consumers can enjoy a cooler and more energy efficient computing experience without sacrificing speed or processor capabilities.


INTEL X6800 CORE 2 EXTREME DUAL CORE PROCESSOR (12-09-2007)
To be honest, the one thing that is hanging the processor is its price-point. Sure it is a relatively fast processor, but with Intel slashing prices on their quad-core options, why would anyone even consider the X6800. The QX6700 which is the same prices literally blows the X6800 completely out of the water.


INTEL QX6850 CORE 2 EXTREME QUAD-CORE 1333MHZ FSB PROCESSOR (05-09-2007)
To boil it down, this processor will blow you mind if you ever personally witness it ripping through data and information like an F5 tornado through a Oklahoma trailer park. It is equally as awe-inspiring and you might just lose your house paying for it.


INTEL E6750 CORE 2 DUO 1333MHZ FSB PROCESSOR (03-09-2007)
The people that will be taking advantage of this new processor will be the new system builders trying to get their best bang for the buck at the moment. Seeing this processor can be purchased for under US$200, it is a lot cheaper than the US$320 E6700 it is replacing. In my opinion, Intel is inviting people to take advantage of this processor by cutting the price so drastically that the price difference could allow you to buy the different motherboard to take advantage of it.


INTEL 670 3.8GHZ 64BIT PENTIUM 4 PROCESSOR (08-09-2005)
Although I can't deny that this is one fast chip that will handle anything you throw at it whether in a 32 or 64bit environment, but one has to wonder if the rest of the hardware world is falling behind the faster processors being rocketed out continuously...


INTEL 660 3.6Ghz & 3.73GHZ EXTREME EDITION 64BIT PENTIUM 4 PROCESSOR (28-02-2005)
With Windows x64 Edition nearing its' full release date, Intel has released their 64bit capable 6XX and Extreme Edition line of processors to tackle the new 64bit challenge and the nice thing is if you own a Intel® 925XE Express chipset based motherboard, 64bit computer is only a processor and a BIOS flash upgrade away.


INTEL'S 3.46GHZ EXTREME 1066MHZ FSB PROCESSOR & 925XE CHIPSET (31-10-2004)
So to boil this conclusion into the Cliff's notes version all I can say is if you have the excess capital and want the fastest Intel based computer on the market, then this would be your baby. But if you consider the price for this new processor to be way out of your league, don't worry, you are comfortably amongst the 90% of us in your same financial boat that...


INTEL PRESCOTT 3.4E PROCESSOR (23-03-2004)
Intel's newest core revision can be summed up relatively easily. The prescott core not meant to dwarf the performance numbers of the older northwood counterpart, but was created to take advantage of the newer 90nm production process, allow for higher clock frequency scaling along with the addition of the new enhanced SSE3 instruction set and a larger L1 and L2 on-die cache.


INTEL PENTIUM 4 3.2GHZ EXTREME EDITION NORTHWOOD PROCESSOR (16-02-2004)
This is a premier piece of number crunching, L3 cache pumped, heatshot inducing, Photoshop taming piece of screaming hardware that is made in limited numbers and is made for a focused group of specialized users that require power at this level. And as with anything tagged with the "special" designation, it comes with the "special" price.


INTEL PENTIUM 4 3.0C 800MHZ FSB PROCESSOR(03-07-2003)
It's fast, it's stable and it is terribly expensive. With a price point that is more than twice the cost of the 2.4C, you really have to do a price to speed comparison to see if the extra US$150+ dollars is really worth the 600Mhz increase. If the retail version of 3.0C overclocks in the same manner as it's slower siblings, reaching the 3.7-4.0Ghz range should not be a problem.

 

 


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