Not your everyday Ivy Bridge-E review

Subject: Processors | September 3, 2013 - 02:43 PM |
Tagged: 4960x, core i7-4960x, i7-4960X, Intel, Ivy Bridge-E, lga 2011, x79

You won't see the release of Intel's new processor as being described as "fascinating as whatever was happening with that rancher dude in Wyoming with the chickens and the laser pointer", you will have to head to The Tech Report to enjoy that type of comment.  Nor will you finally learn that 5% of people who buy this chip "Need more knobs for extreme overclocking."; unfortunately he is probably right on the money as there are very few reasons to upgrade from Sandy Bridge-E to IVB-E.  Stick your tongue in your cheek and read the usual benchmarks delivered a few percentage points faster than the last generation.

The truly masochistic can immediately follow that up with Ryan's review here.

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"The NSA intercepted our review of the Core i7-4960X before we even had it completed. Let's listen in and see what they made of it."

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