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    The cheapest price of sandy bridge E computers.

    I want to know about sandy bridge E. what the cheapest price of sandy bridge E computers is. And what are the versions of sandy bridge E computers? Can anybody have any idea about that? Please share if you know about that. Thank you.

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    Re: The cheapest price of sandy bridge E computers.

    I search this information all over internet and I collect the data for finding a latest version od sandy bridge E computers. The Core i7 (3820) is a quad-core version which consist of 8 tread carry that works( at 3.6GHz) and supports turbo over clocking. Consist of 10MB of cache and LGA2011 socket. I think It will be the lowest Sandy Bridge E and will sell for approximate $294 but it comes locked and perhaps won’t be that vast for over clocking. The second one in line is approximate $583 priced which info is Core i7 3930K, as K stands for over clocking, you can look ahead to an unlocked cpu. This K letter and two extra cores will cost you approximately 100 % more from i7 3920. I think This is a 6 core with 12 treads CPU, clocked at 3.2GHz but with turbo it can go much advanced. It contain 12MB cache and supports X79 and LGA2011 socket. Cost of an unlocked CPU in Sandy Bridge E world is quite higher than 3820 cpu. The mainly costly is Core i7 (3960X) and this one will sell for standard and cost is approximately $999. This processor and the rest of the platform comes as a substitute of extended past due Core i7 990X a 6 core, 12 treads 3.46GHz clocked LGA 1366 CPU, that will finish up slower than Core i7 3960X clocked at 3.3GHz. but Core i7 3960X excessive expensive edition and compare to other 2 LGA2011 CPU .

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    Re: The cheapest price of sandy bridge E computers.

    Does not the whole thing point to the FX-8150 figure $250-275? Not quite the similar cost, to be truthful. Not that I look forward to it to be, in any case. The FX-8150 will extremely perhaps be slower overall than the 2600K, and at the similar clock velocity the 3820 should be less than 1% quicker than the i7-2600K, so not much to look at here apart from the 6-Core chips.

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    Why is this 3820 lowest than the non-K edition 2600? The i7-3820 must be a litmus experiment for retards. In no way should a locked i7-3820 be quicker than an unlocked and even gently overclocked 2600k with supply cooling. I gamble even the 2500k over clocked with a $31 cooler will wipe the floor with the i7-3820, perhaps still in cinebench? But you can put money on Intel will sell at least 20,001 i7-3820s. Yeah, seems like the $284 3820 is a terrible option to 2500k/2600k, and the $584 3930k is extra, particularly for an additional socket from Intel. They must be assembly a murder from selling new motherboards every time they release a latest CPU line.

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    Re: The cheapest price of sandy bridge E computers.

    Because, of that type of locked multiplier. It does permit for a great deal improved BCLK over clocking than the 2600, though, so at any rate it's not awful in that observe. Also, keep in mind that Sandy Bridge-E is the same structural design as Sandy Bridge. It's not going to be any quicker than the 2600(K) at the similar clock speed, plus you have a a great deal more classy platform. The 3820 can still be OCed, though. Since it's not as included as SB, you have improved BCLK over clocking and can push advanced than 4GHz. The 2500K wouldn't be quicker if the 3820 can push the same over clocks. I think the 3930K is well. You're receiving two more core’s and because of that its 45% quicker than the 2600K in a lot multi-threaded workloads and the similar velocity in single-threaded. identical as i7-880 vs i7-980X. If you have greatly multi-threaded workloads, it's worth the extra price. What I don't appreciate is the stupid 3960X, but I won't rant about that here.

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    Re: The cheapest price of sandy bridge E computers.

    Is that proper? If there is extra to recollection velocity than bandwidth, right? Then there is latency, which becomes additional of an problem as CPU clock velocity scale. or else we wouldn't require caches , and It’s a three-legged race.

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