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|9th January 2011, 07:18||#1|
Intel Sandy Bridge 2600K & 2500K Processors
We are lagging a little bit behind the official media embargo date for Intel's new Sandy Bridge processors and honestly, all of the information shown below on this page has been released or leaked previously by Intel, so there should be no real surprises here.
The "Sandy Bridge" processors we are seeing here today are Intel's second generation of "Core" processor that will be represented under the brand names of Intel Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7.
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