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Intel Core i7-960


$665.99 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Runs cool enough on default settings for casual use. Overclocks gracefully while maintaining stability. Processes a lot of information very quickly.

The Cons:Stock cooler isn't good enough for overclocking, could use an upgrade.

The Intel Core i7-960 combines four 3.20 GHz computing cores into a single processor, with 8MB of smart cache for responsiveness, an integrated memory controller for increased memory bandwidth and Quick Path Interconnect design for rapid data transfer.

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It permits up to 8 simultaneous threads and has a max turbo frequency of 3.46 GHz. The processor can accomodate a maximum memory size of 24GB and supports DDR3-800/1066 memory. It does not support AES New Instructions.

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    runs cool enough on default settings for casual use

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    overclocks gracefully while maintaining stability

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    processes a lot of information very quickly

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    fast enough for higher-end gaming systems

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    widely supported by a good range of motherboards

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    runs consistently for years on end when left to default speed

Cons
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    stock cooler isn't good enough for overclocking, could use an upgrade

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