Intel Core i7-5960X – Haswell-E CPU’s Finally Cometh
Intel now launched 3 new high-end Haswell-E processors for a code new Intel X99 chipset formed height that was also launched now along with a new LGA 2011-v3 socket. This means that you’ll have to get a new motherboard with an LGA 2011 v3 socket, though your aged LGA 2011 CPU cooler will still work as a CPU cooler ascent holes sojourn a same. This new height also ushers in support for DDR4 memory! So, in further to a new processor, chipset and socket, there is a vital enrichment with regards to a DRAM!
Intel has clearly jarred things adult for energy users around a world, though a Haswell-E processors are formed on radically a same design that a mainstream Haswell processors feature. The Haswell-E processor array will underline possibly 6 or 8 cores that can any routine dual threads concurrently interjection to IntelHyper-Threading technology. The tangible execution cores are radically matching to a strange Haswell microarchitecture, so a die shot is unequivocally similar. The die distance is approximately 355.5mm2 (17.6 mm x 20.2 mm) The new flagship desktop processor for Intel is a Intel Core i7-5960X Processor Extreme Edition.
The Intel Core i7-5960X processor is a entirely unbarred 8-core, 3.0GHz processor with 20MB of L3 cache that can boost adult to 3.5GHz interjection to Intel Turbo Boost technology. This 22nm Haswell-E processor supports Hyper-Threading, Turbo Boost, SSE4.2, VT-d, AES, AVX, AVX2 and FMA3 instruction sets.
To support a new Haswell-E processor lineup you’ll find a Intel X99 chipset. The retard blueprint above shows we what all can be upheld and not too most of it should come as a startle to you. There is support for DDR4 quad-channel memory kits and Intel now supports adult to 64GB (8x8GB modules) during speeds of adult to 2133MHz. There are adult to 40 PCI Express Gen 3 lanes accessible off a processor and a processor is connected to a chipset by a DMI 2.0 x4 interface. The Intel X99 chipset has support for 8 additional PCI Express Gen 2 lanes, 10 SATA III ports with support for Intel RST 13.1 if a motherboard builder wants to support it, 8 USB 3.0 ports, 6 USB 2.0 ports, Intel integrated Gigabit MAC and Intel HD audio. This chipset/processor multiple screams for PCIe devices, so get prepared to see some disagreeable Multi-GPU systems with NVIDIA SLI and AMD CrossFire setups that have PCIe storage to boot. Intel remarkable that renouned multi-card configurations are 2×16 and 1×8 or 5×8. Most Intel X99 play will have M.2 x4 PCIe slots on them, so it looks like PCIe storage will unequivocally start to take off in a months ahead.
Here is a demeanour during a Intel Core i7-5960X processor and on a Integrated Heat Spreader (IHS) it shows a indication number, S-Spec, Batch series and where it was made. This sold Intel Core i7-5960X processor has an S-spec of QFRA, a collection series of J4310020 and that it was done in a USA.
Flipping a processors over we can see that a 5960Xhas a common capacitors that reside in a center around a pins indispensable to work in an LGA2011 v3 socket.
Let’s take a demeanour during how a Intel Core i7-5960X Processor performs in a Intel X99 exam platform, that is a ASUS X99-Deluxe motherboard!