Intel Core i7-4960X

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Intel Core i7-4960X Reviews Rating: 70 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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Bjorn3D  --- Sep 03 '13
Cowcotland  --- Sep 03 '13
eTeknix.com  --- Sep 07 '13
HardwareCanucks  --- Sep 02 '13
MadShrimps  --- Sep 09 '13
ocaholic  --- Apr 11 '14
ocaholic  --- Sep 03 '13
ocaholic  --- Feb 21 '14
ocaholic  --- Mar 07 '14
Overclockers Club  --- Sep 03 '13
PC Perspective  --- Sep 03 '13
Phoronix  --- Oct 10 '13
TechSpot 70/100 Sep 03 '13
Techware Labs  --- Mar 19 '14
Tom's Hardware  --- Sep 02 '13
Vortez  --- Jan 06 '14
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Intel Core i7-4960X Roundups and Shootouts

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Intel Core i7-4960X Review Hardware.Info -- Sep 03 '13
Intel Core i7-4960X Review KitGuru -- Sep 03 '13
Intel Core i7-4960X Review ocaholic -- Jul 11 '14
Intel Core i7-4960X Review ocaholic -- Jun 24 '14
Intel Core i7-4960X Review ocaholic -- Feb 07 '14
Intel Core i7-4960X Review ocaholic -- Feb 14 '14

Bjorn3D on

"Overall the new Ivy Bridge architecture or should I say the not so new Ivy Bridge architecture got a -E and we are off to the races. The chip is not bad as it increases performance by a small..."

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eTeknix.com on

"People might call out the overclocking as being poor but ultimately it isn’t really that different to what we saw in terms of the Sandy Bridge LGA 1155 to Ivy Bridge LGA 1155 transition. The..."

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HardwareCanucks on

"Unfortunately, for all its muti-tasking appeal, gamers will likely struggle to justify the 4960X’s $650 premium over an i7-4770K. Therein lies the issue: other than the number of threads it can..."

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MadShrimps on

"To sum it up, with Ivy Bridge-E, the performance and power consumption improvement is present, nothing earthshattering, nevertheless again a solid and nice evolution for the Intel lineup."

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ocaholic on

"Finally, we made it to the point where we talk about pricing and if this CPU is worth the money it costs. If you already own a Sandy Bridge-E processor, there is no need for an upgrade. If you plan..."

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  • Product Type: Socket 2011
  • Manufacturer: Intel
  • Released
    North AmericaSep 2, 2013
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