Intel Core I7 965 Extreme Edition Review

Posted: Nov 17 2008, 1:45am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:41am CDT, in Review Ticker


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The new high-end Intel Core i7 CPUs went on sale yesterday. The top of the line Intel Core i7-965 Extreme Edition CPU sells for a little over $1,000 at NewEgg. Check out the review of Benchmark Reviews to see if the Core i7 965, dubbed as the fastest CPU on the planet, is worth the high price.
Quote from the review: "Fear not my enthusiast brethren, in our second publication we will be covering all that you asked for and more as we review the Intel Core i7-965 Extreme Edition (XE). We have now had sufficient time to spend with Core i7 series and our knowledge base on these processors and their supporting components has grown exponentially. In our first article, Intel Core i7 CPU & DX58SO X58 Platform we covered most of the available information regarding both the Nehalem Technology and the architecture used with the Intel Core i7 Processor family. We will therefore not repeat that discussion, instead; our goal today is to spend most of our energy concentrating on those features and performance aspects of the Intel Core i7-965XE that have led it and its other i7 kin to be dubbed "The Fastest Processor on the Planet" by Intel."
Read the full review on Benchmark Reviews. Buy Core i7 CPUs and X58 Mobos on NewEgg.

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