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@ful wrote:Come soon : i7-5960X "My new dream" hahaha
Interesting information about this new processor!!! :
@ful wrote:There are motherboards that support two i7 5960x ??? As in xeon ???
@ful wrote:I already knew of the existence motherboard for xeon that support up to 4 processors .... But always read about that for i7 for example was not a possible thing because they are not designed for it ... But that has rumures this new i7 is a derivative of a xeon ... then it might be possible to be sure .... I think to buy it should contact the manufacturer of the motherboard ...
if someone already did this contact take our doubts ... thank you
Dan Ackerman (c/net) wrote:Coming right on the heels of Intel's Broadwell line of processors, the new 6th generation of Core i-series CPUs, known by the code name Skylake, has officially debuted at the Gamescom video game trade show in Germany.
The first wave of new Skylake processors includes only a pair of very high-end chips for performance desktops
- Core i5-6600K
- Core i7-6700K
Intel claims you'll see about a 10 percent boost in overall performance over the previous generation of high-end desktop CPUs, along with easier overclocking, and native support for newer DDR4 RAM.
Skylake represents the "tock" of Intel's tick-tock update cycle. The "tick" represents a major physical, structural change, such as moving to a 14nm (which refers to the size of a transistor on the chip) manufacturing process, while the "tock" represents new features on top of the previous generation's size change, which is the case for this 6th generation of Core i-series processors.
Richard Ledbetter (eurogamer.net) wrote:Intel claims that the new i7 is ten per cent faster than the 4790K, 20 per cent faster than the 4770K and features a 30 per cent uplift over Ivy Bridge. But for many, the only metrics that count will be the comparison to vintage Sandy Bridge. We ran some quick synthetic benchmarks, finding it to be around 35 to 50 per cent faster at stock clocks (but remember that Skylake's base clock is 4.0GHz, compared to 3.5GHz on the Sandy/Ivy Bridge parts we've tested). Compared to last year's Devil's Canyon i7 though, differences range from nothing at all to around 11 per cent.