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The Intel Core i7 980X is Intel's latest six-core, 3.33GHz processor. It's also the fastest processor available to consumers.
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The Intel Core i7-2600K processor is a worthy successor to the i7-860 and i7-920 chips at default clock speeds. On balance, paying about the same amount for a…
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Intel's latest Extreme Edition CPU is a worthy successor to the throne, but this expensive processor is strictly for the enthusiast set.
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Intel's latest Extreme Edition CPU is a worthy successor to the throne, but this £839 processor is strictly for the enthusiast set.
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We tested the Intel Ivy Bridge Core i7-3770K processor. Our Ivy Bridge review shows that Intel's new Core processors offer improvements in performance and power…
Our review of the Intel Xeon X5600 series CPU shows that fast AES encryption, better scalability, and consistent per-core performance make the new six-core Xeon -…
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There's a new high-end desktop chip in town - namely, the Intel QX9650, the first from Intel's new Penryn family of CPUs.
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We put to the test Intel's Ivy Bridge-E Core i7-4960X processor, a six-core 22nm processor aimed at workstations. Here's PC Advisor's Intel Ivy Bridge-E Core i7-4960X…
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The Intel Core i5-661 CPU represents the next generation of mid-range processors that will power many of the new desktop PCs released this year.
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We put the Intel Core i5-540M mobile processor to the test.
The term "affordable SSD" would describe the Intel X25-V 40GB solid state drive well. Making high performance available around the £80-£90 mark, this could well be…
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The new Intel Nehalem Xeon CPUs, which are being introduced in countless one- and two-socket servers and workstations, have already generated a lot of heat.