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Cheapest Intel Core i7-6950X Price in Philippines is ₱ 123,427.00

The Intel Core i7-6950X is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Intel Core i7-6950X price in Philippines is ₱ 123,427.00 from Galleon. Intel Core i7-6950X price details are updated September 2020.

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Price List by Country for Intel Core i7-6950X

Country International Price Price in PHP
Philippines PHP 123,427.00 ₱ 123,427.00
Thailand THB 33,537 ₱ 52,144.00

Intel Core i7-6950X Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateMay 2016
Processor familyIntel® Core™ i7 X-series
Processor frequency3 GHz
Processor cores10
Processor socketLGA 2011-v3
Component forPC
Processor lithography14 nm
Processor manufacturerIntel
Processor modeli7-6950X
Processor threads20
Processor operating modes64-bit
Processor cache25 MB
Processor cache typeSmart Cache
Processor boost frequency3.5 GHz
Processor codenameBroadwell
Processor codeSR2PA
Processor ARK ID94456
Generation6th Generation
Memory channelsQuad-channel
Maximum internal memory supported by processor128 GB
Memory types supported by processorDDR4-SDRAM
Memory clock speeds supported by processor2133,2400 MHz
Thermal Design Power (TDP)140 W
On-board graphics adapterNo

Reviews of Intel Core i7-6950X
Reviewed on 2017-09-04
Earlier this year we updated our CPU buying guide putting Ryzen front and center, and while that guide is due for an update now that Ryzen 3 and Threadripper have landed, those picks are still as valid today as they were back then with the Ryzen 5 1600 of...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-10
Today we'll be looking at the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X 16-core and AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X 12-core processors. These processors are the the tip of the spear for AMD and are aimed at the high-end desktop market. This completes the AMD Ryzen proces...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-08
Ten cores, 'nuff said, Very overclockable
Costs as much as a complete highend PC, What happened to the $1,000 Extreme Edition
Let's get this out of the way: Most of us can't even begin to justify purchasing a Core i7-6950X. The official MSRP is $1,723 in lots of 1,000, for the boxed chip, but even Amazon's reduced price of $1,650 puts the cost of entry at more than a complete hi...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-11
Intel just launched its new family of X99 high-end CPUs, using LGA2011-v3 socket. Those new processors are codenamed “Broadwell-E” and the most high-end model on this platform is the Core i7-6950X, which has 10 physical cores (20 threads thanks to the Hy...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-10
With the recent release of Intel's latest and greatest – the ten core i7 6950X – enthusiasts have an entirely new generation of enthusiast grade processors to play with. Of course with an asking price that (almost) requires its own mortgage we doubt most...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-05
Ridiculously high pricing at over $1,700 essentially the same cost as the 14core Xeon E52680 v4.
You'd be forgiven for not noticing, but this time last year Intel debuted its 5th-generation Core architecture codenamed Broadwell. On the desktop, Broadwell kept the LGA1150 socket used by Haswell before it, with only two processors ever released: the Co...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-03
What would you do with more CPU cores? This is a question I see posted from an Intel employee on a yearly basis, and it actually is a difficult question to answer depending on your computing background. A gamer might not need more than four or six, and a...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-31
The 10 Tentacle Core i7 6950X, Core i7 6900K / 6850K & 6800K Processors Hey - It's All About Mega-Tasking!Hey y'all! The moment has arrived, Intel is stepping up the game by offering a new series of flagship (for consumers) processors, these are the new 1...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-31
Intel Broadwell-E processors are finally here and sadly before I even started to type this review most of the details have been leaked out around the web this month and some have already made it up on eBay. It's getting harder to keep a secret these days...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-31
Insanely powerful, particularly with multithreaded applications
Ridiculously expensive, Lower clock speed may reduce utility with single- or lightly threaded workloads
For anyone who wants to buy or build the most powerful consumer-oriented desktop computer possible, at present there's no question what its CPU must be: the new Intel Core i7-6950X Extreme Edition ($1,723). The first chip released in Intel's new top-of-th...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-31
Today we are going to get a chance to review Intel”s next processor in their High-End Desktop (HEDT) platform. The king of the consumer hill used to be the mighty i7-5960X our friend Dino reviewed back in August of 2014 . That “extreme” CPU shook up the l...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-31
It's always slightly curious when the motherboards for a processor get released before the actual main event, but having recently taken a look at the MSI X99A Gaming Carbon and the ASUS X99 Strix Gaming Edition, it's finally time to get our dirty mitts on...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-31
Today Intel is launching Broadwell-E, the follow up to Haswell-E, and things look very much the same as they did before. There are definitely a couple of changes worth noting and discussing, including the move to a 10-core processor option as well as Turb...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-31
Killer Multi-Thread Performance, Huge Cache, Turbo Boost Max 3.0
Super Pricey, Relatively Low Clocks, Lower Single Thread Perf In Some Tests
It was all the way back in August of 2014 that Intel officially launched its Haswell-E based Core i7 series processors and its companion X99 chipset. At the time of its release, Haswell-E's top of the line, 8-core Core i7-5960X was easily the most powerfu...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-30
We always knew we'd be seeing Broadwell again, though. There's a fairly predictable lag between when Intel rolls out a new architecture and when the design is adapted for server/workstation use. So, when we got our hands on Xeon E5-2600 v4 , based on Broa...
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Reviewed on 2017-10-30
I'm going to start this article off with a simple number: five. Not only is that the number of months it has taken AMD to effectively turn the x86 processor world on its ear, but that's also the number of distinct model families that they've introduced...
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Reviewed on 2017-08-10
I’m going to start this article off with a simple number: five. Not only is that the number of months it has taken AMD to effectively turn the x86 processor world on its ear, but that’s also the number of distinct model families that they’ve introduced ov...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-06
The story starts with you laying out some serious cash to step into one of Intel's Extreme Edition fully unlocked X-SKU processors and you just want more performance. Something akin to throwing a blower on a high performance sports car, because 550 natura...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-30
Intel’s high end desktop platform has been stagnant since Haswell-E launched in August of 2014 and while nearly 2 years may seem like an eternity for industry watchers, the new Broadwell-E processors are seeking to make up for lost time. From a company wh...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-30
Performance, Overclocking, Megatasking, Cool running, 10core madness
Those who own the pinnacle of Intel's product stack at the time of release tend to keep going to the well when the next generation is introduced. Case in point is many X58 users stuck it out until X79 came around and migrated to X99 as the next upgrade pa...
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