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Friday, 10 June 2011

EVGA Intel X79 Motherboard Will Release Dual-Socket Latest

EVGA Intel X79 Motherboard Will Release Dual-Socket Latest

Suppliers EVGA classmates were apparently still need time to introduce LGA 1155 motherboards are compatible to the market. As I do not want to repeat the same mistakes associated with the presence of Intel’s Sandy Bridge-E, EVGA secretly reportedly also has begun to develop and prepare a fleet of products X79 dual-socket motherboard that will replace the motherboard Classified SR-2 was incredible.
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EVGA Intel X79 Motherboard

Although not EVGA‘s product line to include motherboards LGA 2011 besutannya at Computex 2011 exhibition ago, but reportedly are preparing again EVGA motherboard related newest Intel X79 chipset presence this fall. And several months ago after the release of this first model, reportedly then be followed by the presence motherboard dual-socket LGA 2011.

Most motherboards Classified as SR-2 which is currently more targeted especially for the loyal users and overclockers. But unfortunately, no specific details available for now. Classified Motherboard SR-2 has been designed to operate two LGA-1366 processor and was released in March 2010 that then.

Coincide at the Computex 2011 exhibition ago, most motherboard manufacturers have demonstrated a range of products motherboards LGA 2011. But from all that was exhibited, it seems there’s nothing really designed to support two Intel Sandy Bridge-E.

X79 dual-socket motherboard that there is currently only Danushi Bay Asus model, but this model was designed only as an easy upgrade path from LGA LGA 1366 to 2011. So far, Intel is expected to launch a batch processor in Intel’s Sandy Bridge-E high performance first in the fourth quarter of this year, along with the presence of X79 PCH.

Initially, the consumer will be served by the presence of only three chips, including two six-core and one quad-core models. The two six-core SKU will be present with a completely open design, but Intel’s flagship processor would dibesut with 3.3GHz clock and packing 15MB of Level 3 cache.

Meanwhile, the relatives of the smaller will dibesut clocked at 3.2GHz and packing only 12MB L3 cache only. Meanwhile, based on publications from TechReport recently, three-core processor package that will resemble the last four computing cores (about 8 threads). And it reportedly has restricted its overclocking capabilities so that later will be able to display 10MB Level 3 cache and base clocknya at 3.6GHz.

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