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Intel Core i7-3820


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Intel Core i7-3820 Reviews Rating: 61 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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Benchmark Reviews 9.25/10 Mar 05 '12
Computer Ed  --- Feb 11 '12
Cowcotland  --- Mar 02 '12
HardwareCanucks  --- Feb 22 '12
MadShrimps  --- Mar 01 '12
Overclockers Club  --- Mar 15 '12
PC Perspective  --- Jan 04 '12
Techware Labs  --- Aug 14 '12
ThinkComputers 9/10 Mar 08 '12
TechSpot 85 Feb 09 '12
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Intel Core i7-3820 Roundups and Shootouts

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Intel Core i7-3820 Review KitGuru -- Jan 11 '12
Intel Core i7-3820 Review X-bit labs -- Jan 29 '12

Benchmark Reviews on Mar 06 '12

"The 3820 also comes stock clocked at 3.6GHz, 100MHz faster than the 2700K and 200MHz faster than the 2600K. It also has 2MB more L3 cache. Just looking at the specs, the i7-3820 is amazingly..."

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HardwareCanucks on Feb 23 '12

"To conclude, the Core i7-3820 is an excellent processor and an ideal choice for those who need the inherent bandwidth advantages of the LGA2011 platform, but it is not for everyone. If a high-end..."

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MadShrimps on Mar 01 '12

"The biggest problem with this CPU is that the competition from Intel's own product line is too fierce. And the i7-3820 longitivity might be very brief, as Ivy Bridge is max only a few months away...."

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Overclockers Club on Mar 16 '12

"Ultimately, the Second Generation Core i7 3820 does what it is supposed to, and offers up a measurable leap in performance over Socket 1366 X58 platform-based processors such as the Core i7 920. As..."

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PC Perspective on Jan 04 '12

"Do you want more than the 16 lanes of PCIe that SNB offers? Do you want to make sure you're ready for PCIe 3.0 speeds? Do you want larger memory capacities or have particular application..."

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