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ASUS Rampage IV Extreme (Intel X79) Motherboard Review

@ 2011/11/15 read/post comments(0)
The Rampage IV Extreme. We've already looked at it in preview form and the board looks the goods. It's also been the main board that's behind our 3960X launch coverage for the simple reason it looks to be one of… Go To Full Article

Intel DX79SI LGA2011 Desktop Motherboard @ Benchmark Reviews

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It's that time again: a new Intel processor line, along with the requisite new chipset and new motherboards. Intel's "Sandy Bridge Extreme" line of processors requires the massive new LGA2011 socket, which in turn is supported by the new X79… Go To Full Article

Intel Core i7-3690X Extreme Edition CPU @ Benchmark Reviews

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Intel's "Extreme Edition" CPUs have always represented the company's top consumer offerings. Typically priced in the $1,000 range, they have unlocked multipliers, lots of cache, and lots of cores. But until now, Intel's top Extreme Edition offering, the Core i7-990X… Go To Full Article

Intel Sandy Bridge Extreme Core i7 3960X Review @ OCC

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After playing with the latest uEFI builds on Z68 boards, going backwards to a traditional BIOS was easy. The BIOS was well laid out and included an overclocking assistant to help the end user reach for specific clock speeds just… Go To Full Article

Calibre Bundles 3D TV Glasses with Select Graphics Cards

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Be ready for the newest games with Calibre X550 and X560 Bundles with a free pair of AP 3D TV glasses Don't be left behind in the PC gaming war … Go To Full Article

ASUS ROG Rampage IV Extreme (X79) Review - Air Overclocking with Core i7-3960X

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If you are a serious overclocker or a power user looking to maximize the potential of your new Sandy Bridge-E processor, then the ASUS Republic of Gamers Rampage IV Extreme (X79) is the definitive choice for you when it hits… Go To Full Article

Intel Core i7 3960X (Sandy Bridge E) Review: Keeping the High End Alive

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If you look carefully enough, you may notice that things are changing. It first became apparent shortly after the release of Nehalem. Intel bifurcated the performance desktop space by embracing a two-socket strategy, something we'd never seen from Intel and… Go To Full Article

Sandy Bridge-E and X79 – The ASUS P9X79 PRO Review

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In the pursuit of sheer performance, a user should aim to combine the ultimate CPU with the ultimate everything else – motherboard, memory, and so on. The latest enthusiast platform to hit our streets is Intel’s Sandy Bridge-E and X79… Go To Full Article

Intel Core i7-3960X Processor Extreme Edition Review @Hi Tech Legion

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The Intel Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition is the highest-end CPU in the first batch of Sandy Bridge Extreme processors. The Intel Core i7-3960X, like the previous generation’s six-core i7 Extreme processors are fully unlocked for overclocking. A simple multiplier adjustment… Go To Full Article

Intel Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition Review @ Vortez

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Intel's new LGA2011 platform is finally here with a new batch of Sandy Bridge-E CPUs. We compare the new Intel Core i7-3960X Extreme with 4 other popular CPUs. Go To Full Article

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