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i7 980X happily running on ASRock's booth

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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Cebit 2010: On X58 Extreme 3


Those
who visit ASRock's booth will get a chance to see what seems to be the first Intel Core i7 980X six-core processor demo, and it had no trouble in running on ASRock's X58 Extreme 3 motherboard.

The company naturally had much more to display, but we just thought you'd like to see this, and we'll fill you in with the rest promptly.

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