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    Default Sandy Bridge-E Delayed to January 2012............

    Originally slated for Q4 2011, the launch of Intel's Sandy Bridge-E desktop/workstation platform has been pushed back to Q1 2012, sources told VR-Zone. The high-end platform was expected by industry observers to be a December launch, targeting the shopping season, but it seems like January 2012 is found to be more fitting. Perhaps the International CES, where the latest and greatest from the tech industry is unveiled, serves as the ideal launch-pad for Sandy Bridge-E.

    Sandy Bridge-E is an upscale of the architecture that makes up Intel's 2011 Core processor family. Consisting of 4 or 6 cores, Sandy Bridge makes up two distinct product lines for the client desktop market. The chips pack massive quad-channel DDR3 integrated memory controllers and PCI-Express 3.0 hubs that can drive up to four graphics cards. The processor is made of a new 2011-pin LGA package, with the new Intel X79 chipset handling the rest of the platform.

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    Default Re: Sandy Bridge-E Delayed to January 2012............

    Sandy Bridge-E May Launch in October 2011, Core i7-3930K Gets Priced




    The first Sandy Bridge-E desktop processors create more and more discussion on the web, as it looks now they'll be released as soon as October of this year already.



    Intel's apparantly now plans the chips to be launched in weeks 40 to 49 of 2011, which span from the beginning of October all the way to December.


    A publication also uncovered the price of the upcoming Sandy Bridge-E based Core i7-3930K, which is expected to retail for $560. This makes it about $23 cheaper than the six-core Core i7-980/970.


    While no information regarding the pricing of the high-end Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition was provided, this is expected to hover around the $999 mark. Intel's initial Sandy Bridge-E desktop launch will also include a third chip that is known as the Core i7-3820.


    This is the slowest of the three CPUs to be launched as it includes only four processing cores with a base clock speed of 3.60 GHz and a maximum Turbo speed of 3.90 GHz. These are accompanied by 10MB of Level 3 cache memory.


    For the Core i7-3960X and Core i7-3930K, Intel has increased the core count to six as well as the amount of L3 cache integrated to 12MB and 15MB, respectively. However, the base operating frequencies are lower than that of the quad-core processor, as the Core i7-3960X is clocked at 3.30GHz with a maximum Turbo of 3.90GHz, while the Core i7-3930K works at 3.2GHz and has a maximum Turbo of 3.80GHz.


    All the processors sport a quad-channel DDR3 memory controller that can officially support memory speeds up to 1333MHz.




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    Default Re: Sandy Bridge-E Delayed to January 2012............

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    Sandy Bridge-E May Launch in October 2011, Core i7-3930K Gets Priced




    The first Sandy Bridge-E desktop processors create more and more discussion on the web, as it looks now they'll be released as soon as October of this year already.



    Intel's apparantly now plans the chips to be launched in weeks 40 to 49 of 2011, which span from the beginning of October all the way to December.


    A publication also uncovered the price of the upcoming Sandy Bridge-E based Core i7-3930K, which is expected to retail for $560. This makes it about $23 cheaper than the six-core Core i7-980/970.


    While no information regarding the pricing of the high-end Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition was provided, this is expected to hover around the $999 mark. Intel's initial Sandy Bridge-E desktop launch will also include a third chip that is known as the Core i7-3820.


    This is the slowest of the three CPUs to be launched as it includes only four processing cores with a base clock speed of 3.60 GHz and a maximum Turbo speed of 3.90 GHz. These are accompanied by 10MB of Level 3 cache memory.


    For the Core i7-3960X and Core i7-3930K, Intel has increased the core count to six as well as the amount of L3 cache integrated to 12MB and 15MB, respectively. However, the base operating frequencies are lower than that of the quad-core processor, as the Core i7-3960X is clocked at 3.30GHz with a maximum Turbo of 3.90GHz, while the Core i7-3930K works at 3.2GHz and has a maximum Turbo of 3.80GHz.


    All the processors sport a quad-channel DDR3 memory controller that can officially support memory speeds up to 1333MHz.


    TOOOOOOOO EXpenS!ve..........

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    Default Re: Sandy Bridge-E Delayed to January 2012............

    Quote Originally Posted by SinisterFahim View Post
    TOOOOOOOO EXpenS!ve..........
    Well,still cheaper than 980X/990X.

    990X is $1000 O_O

    And these things got six cores and a lotta L3 cache.

    Sweet days of 990X are over

    Guess Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition will beat it


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    Default Re: Sandy Bridge-E Delayed to January 2012............

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    Well,still cheaper than 980X/990X.

    990X is $1000 O_O

    And these things got six cores and a lotta L3 cache.

    Sweet days of 990X are over

    Guess Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition will beat it
    beat it mane...ultai ultai fatabe........

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