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Intel Core 2 Quad Extreme QX9770


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The Core 2 Quad Extreme QX9770 is a 3.2GHz 45-nanometer quad-core Yorkfield CPU with x8 CPU multiplier and memory divider rating of 4. It supports the LGA775 (Socket T) form factor, and the i965/975X chipsets. It features a 1600MHz system bus, 64KB L1 cache and 2MB L2 advance transfer cache per core. Also features Execute Disable Bit security, and SSE3 SIMD extensions. Its Intel EM64T Extensions allows for 64-bit computing.


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Neoseeker  --- Nov 18 '07
Anandtech  --- Nov 19 '07 6/10 Feb 12 '08
Digit-Life  --- Nov 26 '07
Hexus  --- Nov 28 '07
Hot Hardware  --- Nov 19 '07  --- Nov 18 '07  --- Jun 26 '08
Nordic Hardware  --- Mar 14 '08
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Intel Core 2 Quad Extreme QX9770 Roundups and Shootouts

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Intel Core 2 Quad Extreme QX9770 Review DriverHeaven -- Dec 05 '07
Intel Core 2 Quad Extreme QX9770 Review HardOCP -- Nov 19 '07

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"We'll obviously revisit the QX9770 once we have production silicon, hopefully Intel will have some answers to us before then. The QX9770 is absolutely not an acceptable part if it does indeed come..."

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"Any real "enthusiast" looking for QX9770 performance will be looking at the Core 2 Quad Q9450 with its identical 8x multiplier and rubbing their thighs in anticipation of a quick and dirty..."

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"After the announcement of the Penryn series it's been raining Intel's top-end processors. Having just seen the already perfectly fast Core 2 Extreme QX9650, we are being surprised with an even..."

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Hexus on

"Its announcement serves to extend Intel's dominant position at the very high-end of the desktop market. It does everything the QX9650 does - being based on the same Penryn core - but doe so that..."

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Hot Hardware on

"The new 3.2GHZ Core 2 Extreme QX9770 processor offered performance that was generally 5 - 8% faster than the previously announced Core 2 Extreme QX9650 at 3GHz, across most usage models and test..."

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