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i thought they were trying to make this too sensational. notice how they compared a 920 @ 2.66ghz and 1333 ram to the 980x @ 4.0ghz and 1866 ram.

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Intel offers something for everyone, as their extensive product line can prove. The chipmaker produces desktop, notebook, server, and personal digital appliance CPUs, Ethernet and WiFi network processors, and countless co-processor units. Keep this in mind as Benchmark Reviews presents the Intel Core i7-980X processor, a six-core Westmere 32nm CPU. Codenamed Gulftown, this 3.33GHz Extreme Edition processor features an unlocked clock speed multiplier with twelve computing threads and a 12MB cache. Built for the Intel X58-Express enthusiast platform, Benchmark Reviews tests the BX80613I7980X retail part in gaming, computing, and overclocking performance.
 

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LOL at the the gaming benchmarks. That is what we call "In like a lion, out like a kitten". Shame to see all that potential power not being utilized.
 
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