Intel has made a habit of launching enthusiast versions of previous generations processors after it releases it a new architecture. As was the case with Intel's Haswell architecture, high-end Broadwell-E variants are expected and a it looks like Intel is readying a doozy. Recent details revealed show four new processors under the new HEDT (High-End Desktop) banner for Broadwell, which is one more SKU than Haswell-E brought to the table. The most intriguing of the new chips is the Core i7-6950X, a monster 10-core CPU with Hyper Threading support. That gives the Core i7-6950X 20 threads to play with, along with a whopping 25MB of L3 cache. The caveat is the CPU's clockspeed — it will run at just 3.0GHz (base), so for applications that aren't properly tuned to take full advantage of large core counts and threads, it could potentially trail behind the Core i7-6700K, a quad-core Skylake processor clocked at 3.4GHz (base) to 4GHz (Turbo). http://it.slashdot.org/story/15/11/1...hreads-25mb-l3
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