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Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition I7-980X 3.33 GHz 6-core Processor - Intel Boxed - LGA1366 Socket
February 2010 ∑ Intel ∑ Six-core ∑ Socket LGA1366 ∑ 3.3 GHz
Conquer the world of extreme gaming with the fastest performing processor on the planet: the Intel Core i7 processor Extreme Edition. With faster, intelligent multi-core technology that accelerates performance to match your workload, it delivers an incredible breakthrough in ...
- $190($309 less)Fewer CoresQuad-core vs Six-coreSocket AM3
- $120($379 less)Fewer CoresDual-core vs Six-coreSocket LGA1156Slower3.1 vs 3.3 GHzOlder
- $375($124 less)Slower2.8 vs 3.3 GHzSocket AM3
- $155($344 less)Slower2.7 vs 3.3 GHzFewer CoresQuad-core vs Six-coreSocket LGA775Older
- $180($319 less)More CoresEight-core vs Six-coreSocket AM3+Slower3.1 vs 3.3 GHzNewer
- Go to the next level of multi-core performanceIntel Core i7 processors deliver an incredible breakthrough in quad-core performance and feature the latest innovations in processor technologies.
- Intel smart cacheIt provides a higher-performance, more efficient cache subsystem. Optimized for industry leading multi-threaded games!
- Intel QuickPath interconnectIt is designed for increased bandwidth and low latency. It can achieve data transfer speeds as high as 25.6 GB/sec.
- Integrated memory controllerIt enables three channels of DDR3 1066 MHz memory. This memory controller's lower latency and higher memory bandwidth delivers amazing performance for data-intensive applications.
- Intel HD boostIt significantly improves a broad range of multimedia and compute-intensive applications. The 128-bit SSE instructions are issued at a throughput rate of one per clock cycle, allowing a level of processing efficiency with SSE4 optimized applications.
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- Best Intel ProcessorIf you need extreme performance youíll find nothing faster than Intelís insane Core i7 980X. This hugely quick processor has six full processing cores and supports Hyper-Threading, resulting in a total of twelve active threads. The L3 Cache weighs in at a massive twelve megabytes and the base clock speed is 3.33 Ghz with a... Read full review
- Anonymous's review of Intel Core i7-980X Extreme EditionPros: Excellent product. Does what it saids on the tin and more. Put in new computer and speed is super quick, feels more than double the power than the intel i7950.
+ Excellent product. Does what it saids on the tin and more. Put in new computer and speed is super quick, feels more than double the power than the intel i7950. - noneRead full review
- Fastest Processor EVER.Pros: 6 Cores, and 12 threads of processing with Turbo Boost!
Cons: Having to update the bios on your current X80 Motherboard
The i7-980x is the King of Processors, there is none higher. This is hands down the best processor to come out of either AMD or Intel. Speed and performance is the best there is. Yes, it is a 6 core processor, no there are none others available. It will plug staright into your current i7 mobo, and only requires a quick BIOS update. This is the the chip for you if you want the fastest, the latest and the greatest, and/or the ULTIMATE in performance no matter what you do. Period.Read full review
|First Seen On Google Shopping||February 2010|
|Type / Form Factor||Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition 980X|
|Number of Cores||6-core|
|Cache Memory Details||L2 - 6 x 512 KB L3 - 12 MB|