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Wednesday, 20 April 2011 09:56

Sandy Bridge E specs tip up online

Written by Fudzilla staff


Intel’s new flagship coming in Q4
According to a leaked roadmap, Intel’s flagship Sandy Bridge E series should appear in the fourth quarter and will feature quad- and six-core processors.

The as yet unnamed quad-core will feature a 3.6GHz clock and 10MB of cache, but it is not entirely unlocked, unlike the six-cores, which might limit overclocking to some extent.

The two six-cores will end up with 3.3GHz and 3.2GHz clocks, as well as 15MB and 12MB of cache respectively. Both will be fully unlocked.

The Sandy Bridge E series will continue to utilize the 32nm production process, but in the 22nm Ivy Bridge will begin to replace the quad-core Sandy parts.

You can check out the slides here.


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