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Default GPU dropped in new Sandy bridge CPUs

Remember those IGP-less Core i5 CPUs we mentioned last month? They've now appeared on Intel's official price list (PDF). The chips come with their GPUs disabled and can be identified by the model numbers 2550K, 2450P, and 2380P. That first CPU features a fully unlocked upper multiplier, so it's the one you'll want.

Versus the existing Core i5-2500K, the 2550K offers 100MHz increases in base and Turbo frequencies, bringing the chip up to 3.4GHz with a 3.8GHz Turbo peak. Those speeds match the Core i7-2600K, ...

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