Intel Sandy Bridge Extreme Core i7 3960X Review @ OCC
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 by choosing one setting in the BIOS. This setting sets the variables such as voltages and memory timings to the parameter needed based on Intel's in-house testing. Over the past few launches, Intel has delivered motherboards that keep getting better. Combined with one of the Core i7 Sandy Bridge Extreme variants, the DX79SI makes for a potent combination. Overall, I would have to say that Sandy Bridge continues to impress and delivers excellent performance that just gets better with a bit of tweaking.
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