Published on 14th November 2011 by
Bit-Tech said We started off this review pondering what the 'E' in Sandy Bridge E stood for and we're now fairly convinced that it doesn't stand for 'Extreme' or 'Enthusiast'. Instead, it must mean....
Originally Posted by TattysnucAny chance of some measure of the folding performance on SMP's and BIGADV's? Surely that is the perfect application for such chips.
Originally Posted by GeorgeKOn a side note, does this mean we can expect a Corsair H80 review soon? Seeing as you've using one for this article?
Originally Posted by penryn 2 hertzI think it is hardware out striping software here...
Originally Posted by LizardWe'll try and take a look at this at some point. However, with Stanford buggering about with the BIGADV servers for the last few weeks its been impossible to do any benchmarking because we can't get the Assignment Servers to hand out the units we need.
Originally Posted by rolloDo intel care i dout it they have no reason too.still waiting for ivy bridge i guess
makes the i7920 to 950 range of cpus look exeptional value for money if you brought one back on release your looking at nearly 3-4 years of close to top end performance once overclocked.
Originally Posted by rob the bankThat must kill Intel, after all that wait it was so bad we are more interested in the CPU cooler :=)
Originally Posted by bulldogjeffQuote:Originally Posted by rob the bankThat must kill Intel, after all that wait it was so bad we are more interested in the CPU cooler :=)
I don't think it's that bad, it's actually quite good, but let down on it's massive power draw and price.
I think you lot have all been spoiled with 1155 performance and were expecting another huge jump. I just don't think we are going to see some thing like that again for a while.
Originally Posted by Action_ParsnipSo SB-E is a pointless waste of money for all unless you want tri-sli or tri-fire, or you are into encoding and rendering. Hmmmmm....
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