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|20th April 2011, 08:32||#1|
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Intel Sandy Bridge E Series CPUs Specs Surface
According to the report from XFastest,Intel will introduce three Sandy Bridge E series CPUs in this 4th quarter,two of them are six-core products,while one is the four-core version.
The two six-core processors are clocked at 3.3GHz/3.2GHz,feature 15MB/12MB cache of memory.And the quad-core product is clocked at 3.6GHz and has 10MB of cache,which features some restriction in overclocking.
As the roadmap reveals,it will get update with Core i7-2600k and Core i5-2500k processors in this 3rd quarter,but they will be replaced by 22nm Ivy Bridge processors.
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