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May 1, 2013

Intel Ivy Bridge-E CPUs to Launch in September

While Sandy Bridge CPUs are all but gone, Sandy Bridge-E units are still out and about, as the highest-end chips for super workstations.

Even their time must end, however. Indeed, the Ivy Bridge-E collection will make its debut this year, taking their place. For those who want to know the specifics, there will be three chips, called Core i7-4820K, Core i7-4930K, and Core i7-4960X. The Core i7-4820K is a quad core with 8 threads, 3.7 Ghz / 3.9 Ghz clock speeds, 10 MB L3 cache, DDR3-1866 MHz memory support, and a TDP of 130W.

The Core i7-4930K is a six core with 3.4 GHz / 3.9 GHz speed and 12 MB of cache, but otherwise identical to the one above. That leaves the Core i7-4960X, also a hexa core, but with 3.6 GHz / 4 GHz speed and 15 MB cache. According to VR-Zone Chinese Edition, the official launch will take place in September.

Intel Core i7 Ivy Bridge-E chips coming in September
Image credits to Intel


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