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Cheapest Intel Extreme Edition i7-3970X Price in Philippines is ₱ 41,506.00

The Intel Extreme Edition i7-3970X is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Intel Extreme Edition i7-3970X price in Philippines is ₱ 41,506.00 from Galleon. Intel Extreme Edition i7-3970X price details are updated October 2019.

Intel Extreme Edition i7-3970X Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateOct 2008
Processor familyIntel® Core™ i7
Processor frequency3.2 GHz
Processor cores4
Processor socketSocket B (LGA 1366)
Processor lithography45 nm
Processor threads8
Processor operating modes64-bit
Processor seriesIntel Core i7-900 Desktop Extreme Edition series
Processor cache8 MB
Processor cache typeL3
CPU multiplier (bus/core ratio)22
L3 cache speed2.93 GHz
Processor boost frequency3.46 GHz
Bus typeQPI
Number of QPI links1
Processor codenameBloomfield
Memory bandwidth supported by processor (max)25.6 GB/s
Processor ARK ID37149
Generation9th Generation
Thermal Design Power (TDP)130 W
On-board graphics adapterNo

Reviews of Intel Extreme Edition i7-3970X
Reviewed on 2009-08-01
Alas, we dont see the future for Core i7 processors in their present design. A temporary solution that was born out of a contradiction between PR promises and real solution designed by engineers (they promised to launch Nehalem at the end of 2008, but...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-26
This has been one of those features we were planning to do soon after Core i7 launched, then had to put back. Before we go any further, we should say thank you to Corsair for being patient with us (!!), but we felt we had to address the key questions...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-10
Today we are going to look at how various memory frequencies, timings, and configurations influence the memory bandwidth and the real-world performance of Core i7 processors. This is particularly important to not only help you get the most out of your ...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-09
Incredible bandwidth, terrific performance.
Pricey. Requires new motherboard.
The latest high-end processor family from Intel, the four-processor Core i7 CPU, introduces a number of architectural changes from the companys previous top-line models. For example, the chips speeds memory access by controlling it with onboard cir...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-17
The Intel Core i7 is a new line of desktop processors based on the new Nehalem microarchitecture, which evolved from the Core microarchitecture which powered the highly successful Intel Core 2 line of microprocessors. Like its predecessors, the new Cor...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-15
What About Increasing Memory Speed? In these tests, we used the Intel Core i7-965 Extreme Edition running at 3.2 GHz. All three memory channels were enabled. The L3 cache and memory speeds were set as follows : 1066 MHz RAM (7-7-7-20), L3 cache at 2.6 ...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-13
Because the Core i7 isnt just a "Penryn" Core 2 Duo with some L3 and an integrated memory controller, the present review focuses primarily on measuring how well Nehalems performance scales in multithreaded workloads as compared to Penryn. If Intel hi...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-08
Intel rarely has to play the catch up game when it comes to leaps and advancements in technology and this trend is still evident by way of Intel's latest set of release candidates for the PC industry that are changing the game in terms of performance a...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-04
Yesterday Hugo gave us an in-depth analysis of what lies at the heart of Intels new CPUs, which will be hitting high street shelves in just a few short weeks. Of course, that was all very interesting but no-ones going to buy a CPU based on jus...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-03
Those of us who are conversant with technology are more or less conditioned to accept and even expect change as a natural part of the course of things. New gadgets and gizmos debut regularly, each one offering some set of advantages or refinements over...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-03
Today marks the release of Intel's latest and greatest processor architecture to date. For the past two years Intel has dominated the CPU market with their Core 2 processors, reaping havoc on AMD's Athlon and Phenom products. Yet despite of this signif...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-03
Fastest high-end desktop CPU; supporting motherboard supports both graphics card vendors multicard technologies.
Requires an expensive new motherboard; chipset needs three memory sticks for maximum efficiency.
In the last few months you may have seen regarding Intels new Core i7 desktop processor family, formerly known as Nehalem. Today, were able to publish our impressions of Intels new chip and ultimately its new platform. Weve selected the flagship, ...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-03
Core i7--previously referred to as Nehalem--requires new motherboards, coolers and memory. Its performance is compelling and means AMD is falling ......
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Reviewed on 2008-11-02
If you are building/buying a new system, it would be foolish not to wait for the Core i7, especially the 920. It will outpace current processors by a good margin, within the same price range (Core 2 Extreme, Core Quad 9400), especially in compute or memory-bandwidth intensive applications (3D rendering, compression...)..
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Reviewed on 2008-11-02
Great Performance, Overclocks Really Well, Kicked the Q6600 To The Curb, Reasonable Temps, Reasonable Price, Very Stable, Easy Overclocking, Much Higher Video Encoding Performance Than Previous CPUs, Fastest Quad On The Planet
Its that rare time when a whole new architecture CPU comes out amid speculation about what the CPU will and wont do. Rumors have been running rampant, much to our amusement, that the new series Core I7 CPUs wont overclock. Lets lay that rumor to r...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-02
QPI (Quick Path Interlink) channels can also vary in order improve CPU-to-CPU communication. At a high level the Nehalem core adds some key features to the processor designs we currently have with Penryn. SSE instructions get the bump to a 4.2 rev...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-24
Core i7 has come out and it’s a hard hitting product. Not only is it a new platform based around the Core micro architecture, its native quad core design really packs a punch, too. With this, Intel has finally moved away from the slow Northbridge ba...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-18
10 per cent faster than the Core 2 Duo at the same clock speed, can process eight threads simultaneously, built-in memory controller, reliable for overclocking
Needs a new motherboard to run, requires three memory modules for optimal performance
Major changes to Intel's CPU line-up are afoot with the introduction of Core i7 (codenamed Nehalem), which improves on the design of the Core 2. We won't beat around the bush: it looks like it's the CPU line-up to go for if you want to own the fastest PC rig on the block...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-02
Real world performance, Price, Turbo Boost (dynamic overclocking), Overclocking, Memory bandwidth, Return of hyperthreading, Comparable game performance...
Hot when overclocked...
About this time last year Intel launched what was the fastest 45nm quad core CPU on the planet, the Intel Core 2 Quad QX9770. Well, guess what, Intel has done it again with the latest architectural achievement, the Core I7 Extreme 965. What the two ha...
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