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  1. ^Three possible extreme graphics cards setups currently. From left to right, 4-way CrossfireX with 4 Radeon ATI HD 6970s, Quad CrossfireX with 2 Radeon AMD HD 6990s, 4-way SLI with 4 Nvidia GeForce GTX 580s, Quad-SLI 2 Nvidia GeForce GTX590s. AMD AMD Radeon HD 6000 Series: AMD Radeon HD 6990 AMD Radeon HD 6970 AMD Radeon HD 6950 AMD Radeon HD 6870 AMD Radeon HD 6850 AMD Radeon HD 6790 AMD Radeon HD 6450 ^ Top left to right, AMD Radeon HD 6990, AMD Radeon HD 6970, AMD Radeon HD 6950, AMD Radeon HD 6870, AMD Radeon HD 6850. ^ Bottom left to right, AMD Radeon HD 6790, AMD Radeon HD 6670, AMD Radeon HD 6570, AMD Radeon HD 6450. ATI Radeon HD 5000 Series: ATI Radeon HD 5970 ATI Radeon HD 5870 ATI Radeon HD 5850 ATI Radeon HD 5830 ATI Radeon HD 5770 ATI Radeon HD 5750 ATI Radeon HD 5670 ATI Radeon HD 5570 ATI Radeon HD 5550 ATI Radeon HD 5450 ^ Top left to right, ATI Radeon HD 5970, ATI Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6, ATI Radeon HD 5870, ATI Radeon HD 5850, ATI Radeon HD 5830. ^ Bottom left to right, ATI Radeon HD 5770, ATI Radeon HD 5750, ATI Radeon HD 5670, ATI Radeon HD 5570, ATI Radeon HD 5550, ATI Radeon HD 5450. ^Non-reference HD 5970 designs. Non-reference HD 5870 designs. Non-reference HD 5850 designs. Nvidia Nvidia GeForce 500 Series: Nvidia GeForce GTX 590 Nvidia GeForce GTX 580 Nvidia GeForce GTX 570 Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Nvidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti Nvidia GeForce GT 520 ^Top left, Nvidia GeForce GTX 590. ^Middle left to right, Nvidia GeForce GTX 580, Nvidia GeForce GTX 570. ^Second Bottom left to right, Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti, Nvidia GeForce GTX 560, Nvidia GTX 550 Ti. ^Bottom left, Nvidia GeForce GT 520. Nvidia GeForce 400 Series: Nvidia GeForce GTX 480 Nvidia GeForce GTX 470 Nvidia GeForce GTX 465 Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 Nvidia GeForce GTS 450 Nvidia GeForce GTS 450 (OEM) Nvidia GeForce GT 440 Nvidia GeForce GT 440 (OEM) Nvidia GeForce GT 430 Nvidia GeForce GT 430 (OEM) Nvidia GeForce GT 420 (OEM) ^Top left to right, Nvidia GeForce GTX 480, Nvidia GeForce GTX 470, Nvidia GeForce GTX 465, Nvidia GeForce GTX 460. ^Middle left, Nvidia GeForce GTS 450. ^Bottom left,Nvidia GeForce GT 440,Nvidia GeForce GT 440 (OEM),Nvidia GeForce GT 430, Nvidia GeForce GT 420 (OEM). ^Non-reference Nvidia GeForce GTX 480 designs. Non-reference Nvidia GeForce GTX 470 designs. Non-reference Nvidia GeForce GTX 465 designs. Notes: ATI Radeon HD 6000 series and Nvidia GeForce 500 series are the newest cards currently, and they support DirectX 11. AMD is releasing brand new AMD Radeon HD 6000 series GPUs, the next generation of DirectX 11 GPUs. AMD Radeon HD 6990 is a flagship fastest dual GPU card from AMD. AMD Radeon HD 6990 [Default (BIOS1)]: 830Mhz engine clock speed, 5.10 TFLOPs Single Precision compute power, 1.27 TFLOPs Double Precision Compute Power, 4GB GDDR5 Memory, 1250MHz Memory Clock (5.0 Gbps GDDR5), 320 GB/s memory bandwidth (maximum), TeraScale 3 Unified Processing Architecture (3072 Stream Processors, 192 Texture Units, 128 Z/Stencil ROP Units, 64 Color ROP Units, Dual geometry and dual rendering engines) AMD Radeon HD 6990 [Overclocked (BIOS2)]: 880Mhz engine clock speed, 5.40 TFLOPs Single Precision compute power, 1.37 TFLOPs Double Precision Compute Power, 4GB GDDR5 Memory, 1250MHz Memory Clock (5.0 Gbps GDDR5), 320 GB/s memory bandwidth (maximum), TeraScale 3 Unified Processing Architecture (3072 Stream Processors, 192 Texture Units, 128 Z/Stencil ROP Units, 64 Color ROP Units, Dual geometry and dual rendering engines) AMD Radeon HD 6970 is a highest single GPU performance variant graphics card. AMD Radeon HD 6970: 880Mhz engine clock speed, 1536 Stream Processors, 2GB GDDR5 Memory, 1375MHz Memory Clock (5.5 Gbps GDDR5), 176 GB/s memory bandwidth (maximum), 2.7 TFLOPs Single Precision compute power, 683 GFLOPs Double Precision compute power, Maximum board power: 250W. AMD Radeon HD 6950 is the second highest single GPU performance variant graphics card. AMD Radeon HD 6950: 800Mhz engine clock speed, 1408 Stream Processors, 2GB GDDR5 Memory, 1250MHz Memory Clock (5.0 Gbps GDDR5), 160 GB/s memory bandwidth (maximum), 2.25 TFLOPs Single Precision compute power, 562.5 GFLOPs Double Precision compute power, 562.5 GFLOPs Double Precision compute power, Maximum board power: 225W. AMD Radeon HD 6870 is a mid-high-performance variant graphics card. AMD Radeon HD 6870: 900Mhz engine clock speed, 1120 Stream Processors, 1GB GDDR5 Memory, 1050MHz Memory Clock (GDDR5), 134.4 GB/s memory bandwidth (maximum), 2 TFLOPs compute power, Maximum board power: 151W. AMD Radeon HD 6850 is a mid-high-performance variant graphics card. AMD Radeon HD 6850: 775Mhz engine clock speed, 980 Stream Processors, 1GB GDDR5 Memory, 1000MHz Memory Clock (GDDR5), 128 GB/s memory bandwidth (maximum), 1.5 TFLOPs compute power, Maximum board power: 127W. AMD Radeon HD 6790 is a mid-performance variant graphics card. AMD Radeon HD 6790: 840Mhz engine clock speed, 800 Stream Processors, 1GB GDDR5 Memory, 4.2Gbps Memory Data Rate (GDDR5), 134.4 GB/s memory bandwidth (maximum), 1.34 TFLOPs compute power. AMD Radeon HD 6670 AMD Radeon HD 6670: 800Mhz engine clock speed, 512MB-1GB GDDR5 Memory, 1000 MHz memory clock (4.0 Gbps GDDR5), 64 GB/s memory bandwidth, 768 GFLOPS Single Precision compute power. AMD Radeon HD 6570 AMD Radeon HD 6570: 650Mhz engine clock speed, 512MB-2GB DDR3 or 512MB-1GB GDDR5 memory, 900 MHz (DDR3) or 1000 MHz (GDDR5) memory clock (1.8 Gbps DDR3 or 4.0 Gbps GDDR5), 28.8 GB/s (DDR3) or 64 GB/s (GDDR5) memory bandwidth, 624 GFLOPS Single Precision compute power. AMD Radeon HD 6450 AMD Radeon HD 6450: 625-750 MHz engine clock, 512MB-1GB DDR3/GDDR5 memory, 533-800 MHz DDR3 (1.066-1.6 Gbps) or 800-900 MHz GDDR5 (3.2-3.6 Gbps) memory clock, 8.5-12.8 GB/s (DDR3) or 25.6-28.8 GB/s (GDDR5) memory bandwidth, 200-240 GFLOPS Single Precision compute power. AMD Radeon HD 5970 is the flagship card of Radeon HD 5000 series. This card utilizes two ATI Radeon HD 5800 series graphics processors. Add another ATI Radeon HD 5970 for optimum Quad-CrossFireX performance! ATI Radeon HD 5970: Engine clock speed: 725 MHz, Processing power (single precision): 4.64 TeraFLOPS, Processing power (double precision): 928 GigaFLOPS, Memory clock speed: 1.0 GHz, Memory data rate: 4.0 Gbps, Memory bandwidth: 256.0 GB/sec, Maximum board power: 294W. ATI Radeon HD 5870 comes in two variants. The launching default model, which bears 1GB GDDR5 memory, can support up to 3 display outputs. The other, known as HD 5870 Eyefinity 6, has 2GB GDDR5 memory, and can support 6 simultaneous displays at most. ATI Radeon HD 5870 Eyefinity 6: Engine clock speed: 850 MHz, Processing power (single precision): 2.72 TeraFLOPS, Processing power (double precision): 544 GigaFLOPS, Memory clock speed: 1.2 GHz, Memory data rate: 4.8 Gbps, Memory bandwidth: 153.6 GB/sec, Maximum board power: 228W. ATI Radeon HD 5870: Engine clock speed: 850 MHz, Processing power (single precision): 2.72 TeraFLOPS, Processing power (double precision): 544 GigaFLOPS, Memory clock speed: 1.2 GHz, Memory data rate: 4.8 Gbps, Memory bandwidth: 153.6 GB/sec, Maximum board power: 188W. ATI Radeon HD 5850 is a mid-high-performance variant as compared to ATI Radeon HD 5870. ATI Radeon HD 5850: Engine clock speed: 725 MHz, Processing power (single precision): 2.09 TeraFLOPS, Processing power (double precision): 418 GigaFLOPS, # Memory clock speed: 1 GHz, Memory data rate: 4.0 Gbps, Memory bandwidth: 128 GB/sec, Maximum board power: 151W. ATI Radeon HD 5830 is a mid-performance variant as compared to ATI Radeon HD 5850. ATI Radeon HD 5830: Engine clock speed: 800 MHz, Processing power (single precision): 1.792 TeraFLOPS, Processing power (double precision): 358 GigaFLOPS, Memory clock speed: 1 GHz, Memory data rate: 4.0 Gbps, Memory bandwidth: 128 GB/sec, Maximum board power: 175W. ATI Radeon HD 5770. ATI Radeon HD 5770: Engine clock speed: 850 MHz, Processing power (single precision): 1.36 TeraFLOPS, Memory clock speed: 1.2 GHz, Memory data rate: 4.8 Gbps, Memory bandwidth: 76.8 GB/sec, Maximum board power: 108W. ATI Radeon HD 5750 ATI Radeon HD 5750: Engine clock speed: 700 MHz, Processing power (single precision): 1.008 TeraFLOPS, Memory clock speed: 1.15 GHz, Memory data rate: 4.6 Gbps, Memory bandwidth: 73.6 GB/sec, Maximum board power: 86W. An updated version of the HD 5670 will launch in the fall of 2010. Instead of being based on the lower-end Redwood GPU architecture, it is expected to be a trimmed-down version of the HD 5700 series cards and to be based on the Juniper architecture ATI Radeon HD 5670 ATI Radeon HD 5670:Engine clock speed: 775 MHz, Processing power (single precision): 620 GigaFLOPS, Memory clock speed: 1.0 GHz, Memory data rate: 4.0 Gbps, Memory bandwidth: 64 GB/sec, Maximum board power: 64W. ATI Radeon HD 5570 ATI Radeon HD 5570:Engine clock speed: 650 MHz, Processing power (single precision): 520 GigaFLOPS, Memory clock speed: DDR3: 900 MHz / GDDR5: 900-1000 MHz, Memory data rate: DDR3: 1.8 Gbps /GDDR5: 3.6-4.0 Gbps, Memory bandwidth: DDR3: 28.8 GB/s / GDDR5: 57.6-64 GB/s, Maximum board power: 39W. ATI Radeon HD 5550 ATI Radeon HD 5550:Engine clock speed: 550MHz, Processing power (single precision): 352 GigaFLOPS, Memory clock speed: DDR3: 800-900 MHz / GDDR5: 900-1000 MHz, Memory data rate: DDR3: 1.6 – 1.8 Gbps / GDDR5: 3.6 – 4.0 Gbps, Memory bandwidth: DDR3: 24.5 – 28.8 GB/s / GDDR5: 57.6 – 64 GB/s, Maximum board power: 39W. ATI Radeon HD 5450 ATI Radeon HD 5450:Engine clock speed: 650MHz, Processing power (single precision): 104 GigaFLOPS, Memory clock speed: 400 MHz DDR2 and up to 800 MHz DDR3, Memory data rate: 0.8 Gbps DDR2 and up to 1.6 Gbps DDR3, Memory bandwidth: 6.4 GB/sec (DDR2) and up to 12.8 GB/sec (DDR3), Typical power: 19.1W. Fermi is the internal name for Nvidia's GTX 400 and GTX 500 series architecture. Nvidia GeForce GTX 590 is Nvidia's answer to a dual GPU solution card. Featuring two GeForce GTX 580's GF110 GPU chips, this card is seriously powerful enough to crush any competition! Add another GeForce GTX 590 to get a quad-SLI configuration! Nvidia GeForce GTX 590: CUDA Cores 512, Graphics Clock 612MHz, Processor Clock 1224MHz, Memory Clock 3420MHz, Standard Memory Config 3072MB GDDR5 (a.k.a. 3GB GDDR5), Memory Interface Width 2x384-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 97 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 365W, Minimum Recommended System Power 700W. Nvidia GeForce GTX 580 is the flagship card in the market currently. It replaces Nvidia GeForce GTX480, a single GPU card that supports SLI, 3-way SLI and even 4-way SLI configurations! Nvidia GeForce GTX 580: CUDA Cores 512, Graphics Clock 772MHz, Processor Clock 1544MHz, Memory Clock 2004MHz, Standard Memory Config 1536MB GDDR5, Memory Interface Width 384-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 97 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 244W, Minimum Recommended System Power 600W. Nvidia GeForce GTX 570 has almost every good stuff GTX 580 has, at a cheaper price point but sacrifices some performance. Nvidia GeForce GTX 570: CUDA Cores 480, Graphics Clock 732MHz, Processor Clock 1464MHz, Memory Clock 1900MHz, Standard Memory Config 1280MB GDDR5, Memory Interface Width 320-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 97 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 219W, Minimum Recommended System Power 550W. Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti is the most bang-for-buck performance graphics card today. Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti: CUDA Cores 384, Graphics Clock 822MHz, Processor Clock 1645MHz, Memory Clock (Gbps) 4008, Standard Memory Config 1024MB GDDR5, Memory Interface Width 256-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 99 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 170W, Minimum Recommended System Power 500W. Nvidia GeForce GTX 560, a younger brother to the Ti variant, delivers an awesome gaming experience in its price class for games running at 1080p. Nvidia GeForce GTX 560: CUDA Cores 336, Graphics Clock 810-950MHz, Processor Clock 1620-1900MHz, Memory Clock (MHz) 2002-2200, Standard Memory Config 1024MB GDDR5, Memory Interface Width 256-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 99 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 150W, Minimum Recommended System Power 450W. Nvidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti is one of the cheapest DirectX11 graphics card today. Nvidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti: CUDA Cores 192, Graphics Clock 900MHz, Processor Clock 1800MHz, Memory Clock (Gbps) 4100, Standard Memory Config 1024MB GDDR5, Memory Interface Width 192-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 100 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 116W, Minimum Recommended System Power 400W. Nvidia GeForce GT 520 is Nvidia's entry-level graphics card today. Nvidia GeForce GT 520: CUDA Cores 48, Graphics Clock 810MHz, Processor Clock 1620MHz, Memory Clock (MHz) 900 (DRR3), Standard Memory Config 1024MB (DDR3), Memory Interface Width 64-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 102 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 29W, Minimum Recommended System Power 300W. Nvidia GeForce GTX 480 is the flagship card of the 400 series cards. It is a single GPU card, can support SLI, 3-way SLI and even 4-way SLI configurations! Nvidia GeForce GTX 480: CUDA Cores 480, Graphics Clock 700MHz, Processor Clock 1401MHz, Memory Clock 1848MHz, Standard Memory Config 1536MB GDDR5, Memory Interface Width 384-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 105 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 250W, Minimum Recommended System Power 600W. Nvidia GeForce GTX 470 is the middle end variant as compared to Nvidia GeForce GTX 480. Nvidia GeForce GTX 470: CUDA Cores 448, Graphics Clock 607MHz, Processor Clock 1215MHz, Memory Clock 1674MHz, Standard Memory Config 1280MB GDDR5, Memory Interface Width 320-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 105 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 215W, Minimum Recommended System Power 550W. Nvidia GeForce GTX 465 is the lower end variant as compared to GeForce GTX 470 and GeForce GTX 480. Nvidia GeForce GTX 465: CUDA Cores 352, Graphics Clock 607MHz, Processor Clock 1215MHz, Memory Clock 1603MHz, Standard Memory Config 1024MB GDDR5, Memory Interface Width 256-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 105 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 200W, Minimum Recommended System Power 550W. Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 is designed for mainstream users, comes in two variants, a 1GB GDDR5 memory variant and a lower 768MB GDDR5 memory variant. Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 1GB GDDR5: CUDA Cores 336, Graphics Clock 675MHz, Processor Clock 1350MHz, Memory Clock 1800MHz, Standard Memory Config 1GB GDDR5, Memory Interface Width 256-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 104 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 160W, Minimum Recommended System Power 450W. Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 768MB GDDR5: CUDA Cores 336, Graphics Clock 675MHz, Processor Clock 1350MHz, Memory Clock 1800MHz, Standard Memory Config 768MB GDDR5, Memory Interface Width 192-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 104 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 160W, Minimum Recommended System Power 450W. Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 SE: CUDA Cores 228, Graphics Clock 650MHz, Processor Clock 1300MHz, Memory Clock 1700MHz, Standard Memory Config 768MB GDDR5, Memory Interface Width 256-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 104 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 160W, Minimum Recommended System Power 450W. Nvidia GeForce GTS 450 is currently new mainstream bang-for-the-buck graphics card. Nvidia GeForce GTS 450 1GB GDDR5: CUDA Cores 192, Graphics Clock 783MHz, Processor Clock 1566MHz, Memory Clock 1804MHz, Standard Memory Config 1GB GDDR5, Memory Interface Width 128-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 100 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 56W. Nvidia GeForce GT 440 Nvidia GeForce GT 440: CUDA Cores 96, Graphics Clock 810MHz, Processor Clock 1620MHz, Memory Clock 1600 (GDDR5) or 900 (DDR3), Standard Memory Config 512MB (GDDR5) or 1GB (DDR3), Memory Interface Width 128-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 98 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 65W, Minimum Recommended System Power 300W. Nvidia GeForce GT 440 (OEM) is only available for OEMs only. Nvidia GeForce GT 440 (OEM): CUDA Cores 144, Graphics Clock 594MHz, Processor Clock 1189MHz, Memory Clock 800MHz or 900MHz, Standard Memory Config 1.5 GB or 3.0 GB GDDR3, Memory Interface Width 192-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 100 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 106W, Minimum Recommended System Power 400W. Nvidia GeForce GT 430 is specifically designed to provide the horsepower needed to power today's digital media PCs and provide the high definition video and audio experiences that desktop customers demand. Nvidia GeForce GT 430: CUDA Cores 96, Graphics Clock 700MHz, Processor Clock 1400MHz, Memory Clock 900MHz, Standard Memory Config 1 GB DDR3/GDDR5(2GB per GPU), Memory Interface Width 128-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 98 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 49W, Minimum Recommended System Power 300W. Nvidia GeForce GT 420 (OEM) is only available for OEMs only. Nvidia GeForce GT 420 (OEM): CUDA Cores 48, Graphics Clock 700MHz, Processor Clock 1400MHz, Memory Clock 900MHz, Standard Memory Config 2GB DDR3, Memory Interface Width 128-bit, Maximum GPU Temperature 105 C, Maximum Graphics Card Power 50W. Any queries in regards to any Graphics Cards queries you may post them here. Enjoy! style_emoticons/default/smile.gif
  2. Malevolence

    Desktop CPU Thread

    Intel Second Generation Core i_ Series Intel Core i7 26xx series LGA 1155 i7-2600S Clock Speed: 2.80GHz; Max Turbo Freq: 3.80GHz 32nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor i7-2600K Clock Speed: 3.40GHz; Max Turbo Freq: 3.80GHz 32nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor i7-2600 Clock Speed: 2.80GHz; Max Turbo Freq: 3.80GHz 32nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor Intel Core i5 2xxx series LGA 1155 i5-2500T Clock Speed: 2.30GHz; Max Turbo Freq: 3.30GHz 32nm 4-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-2500S Clock Speed: 2.70GHz; Max Turbo Freq: 3.70GHz 32nm 4-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-2500K Clock Speed: 3.30GHz; Max Turbo Freq: 3.70GHz 32nm 4-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-2500 Clock Speed: 3.30GHz; Max Turbo Freq: 3.70GHz 32nm 4-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-2400S Clock Speed: 2.50GHz; Max Turbo Freq: 3.30GHz 32nm 4-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-2400 Clock Speed: 3.10GHz; Max Turbo Freq: 3.40GHz 32nm 4-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-2390T Clock Speed: 2.70GHz; Max Turbo Freq: 3.50GHz 32nm 2-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-2300 Clock Speed: 2.80GHz; Max Turbo Freq: 3.10GHz 32nm 4-cores, 4-threads Processor Intel Core i3 21xx series LGA 1155 i3-2120 Clock Speed: 3.30GHz 32nm 2-cores, 4-threads Processor i3-2100T Clock Speed: 2.50GHz 32nm 2-cores, 4-threads Processor i3-2100 Clock Speed: 3.10GHz 32nm 2-cores, 4-threads Processor Intel First Generation Core i_ Series Intel Core i7 9xx series LGA 1366 Intel Core i5 6xx series, Intel Core i5 7xx series, Intel Core i7 8xx series LGA 1156 Intel Core i3 5xx series LGA 1156 Intel Core i7 9xx series LGA 1366 a.k.a. Quad-Core Desktop processors (Lynnfield 45nm) / Six-Core Desktop processor (Gulftown 32nm) Click Here To find Out More on Core i7 9xx series. Click Here To find Out More on Core i7 980X processor. i7-990X Extreme Edition 3.46Ghz SLBVZ (B1) 32nm 6-cores, 12-threads Processor i7-980X Extreme Edition 3.33Ghz SLBUZ (B1) 32nm 6-cores, 12-threads Processor i7-975 Extreme Edition 3.33Ghz SLBEQ (D0) 45nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor i7-965 Extreme Edition 3.20Ghz SLBCJ (C0) 45nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor i7-970 3.20Ghz SLBVF (B1) 32nm 6-cores, 12-threads Processor i7-960 3.20Ghz SLBEU (D0) 45nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor i7-950 3.06Ghz SLBEN (D0) 45nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor i7-940 2.93Ghz SLBCK (C0) 45nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor i7-930 2.80Ghz SLBKP (D0) 45nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor i7-920 2.66Ghz SLBEJ (D0) 45nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor Intel Core i7 8xx series LGA 1156 a.k.a. Quad-Core Desktop processors (Lynnfield 45nm) Click Here To find Out More. i7-880 3.06Ghz SLBPS (B1) 45nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor i7-875K 2.93Ghz SLBS2 (B1) 45nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor i7-870 2.93Ghz SLBJG (B1) 45nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor i7-860 2.80Ghz SLBJJ (B1) 45nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor i7-870S 2.66Ghz SLBQ7 (B1) 45nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor i7-860S 2.53Ghz SLBLG (B1) 45nm 4-cores, 8-threads Processor Intel Core i5 7xx series LGA 1156 a.k.a. Quad-Core Desktop processors (Lynnfield 45nm) Click Here To find Out More. i5-760 2.80Ghz SLBRP (B1) 45nm 4-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-750 2.66Ghz SLBLC (B1) 45nm 4-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-750S 2.40Ghz SLBLH (B1) 45nm 4-cores, 4-threads Processor Intel Core i5 6xx series LGA 1156 a.k.a. Dual-Core Desktop processors (Clarkdale 32nm) with integrated Graphics Processor (IGP) (45nm) Click Here To find Out More. i5-680 3.60Ghz SLBTM (K0) 32nm 2-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-670 3.46Ghz SLBLT (C2) 32nm 2-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-661 3.33Ghz SLBNE (C2) 32nm 2-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-660 3.33Ghz SLBLV (C2) 32nm 2-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-655K 3.20Ghz SLBXL (K0) 32nm 2-cores, 4-threads Processor i5-650 3.20Ghz SLBLK (C2) 32nm 2-cores, 4-threads Processor Intel Core i3 5xx series LGA 1156 a.k.a. Dual-Core Desktop processors (Clarkdale 32nm) with integrated Graphics Processor (IGP) (45nm) Click Here To find Out More. i3-550 3.20Ghz SLBUD (K0) 32nm 2-cores, 4-threads Processor i3-540 3.06Ghz SLBMQ (C2) 32nm 2-cores, 4-threads Processor i3-530 2.93Ghz SLBLR (C2) 32nm 2-cores, 4-threads Processor What you need to know: Core i7 > Core i5 > Core i3 Intel has 3 different sockets for various Core i_ processors. mainstream LGA 1156, enthusiast LGA 1366, and the new 2nd Generation LGA 1155. When purchasing motherboard and processor, please double check that both the chipset and the processor are compatible. Core i7's LGA 1366 processor goes with X58 motherboards. All LGA 1156 processors fit into P55, H55 & H57 motherboards. H55 and H57 motherboards work best with Core i3 processors as it utilizes the IGP. All LGA 1155 processors fit into P67 & H67 motherboards. Sandy Bridge architecture is replacing the older P55 LGA 1156 lineups. Sandy Bridge processors are using the new LGA 1155 socket. Enthusiasts have to wait patiently for the new upcoming LGA 2011, which will replace the current X58 LGA 1366 lineups. Any queries in regards to the Core i_ series you may post them here. Enjoy!
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  5. Malevolence

    Windows 8... Again

    When did I or anyone say words containing "failure", "fail"? You may use the search function to verify your searches. I know there's one member like to use such keywords but that's not me for sure.
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    Pic of the Day

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    Windows 8... Again

    When did I or anyone say words containing "failure", "fail"? You may use the search function to verify your searches. I know there's one member like to use such keywords but that's not me for sure.
  8. Malevolence

    Windows 8... Again

    In the mobile side, Microsoft has decided to released their new "Surface" tablet to compete with the already popular Apple's iPad. Personally, I won't even bother with this. It always makes me wonder companies keep making bold claims such as the "iPhone killer" & "iPad killer"... how many of these such devices actually succeeded? All I see is small minor improvements over the existing Apple's devices. Of coz, Android fanboys would start going with their fanatic arguments and Apple fanboys will be doing their bias BS all over. These companies should stop with bold claims unless they really come out with something really revolutionary that changes the market.
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    Windows 8... Again

    I just hope that the final version will be easier and more user freidnly than the exisiting good Windows 7. If it turns out harder to use, I will stick to Windows 7 until the next OS comes out.
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    Origin a huge success, says EA

    TL;DR. Sounds like propaganda BS from where I came from. Its hilarious, its like how my government set ugly policies, control the press to release fake news to self praise and imaginary interviewees to praise how awesome it is. Story of my life.
  11. Malevolence

    Windows 8... Again

    It really seems there are a lot of skepticism going on even before Windows 8 is released. It does seem Windows seemed quite desperate in following the footsteps of Apple OS. Im not saying change is bad, I just hoping change can happen that improve and make userbility easier and better.
  12. Malevolence

    Windows 8... Again

    Take a read at this link. http://www.motherboards.org/gallery/8-changes-windows-8-will-drive-you-nuts
  13. Malevolence

    Video of the day

    Nice leak of THI4F! Anyways, you guys probably seen the leak short vid of that C&CG2. The comments are interesting, particularly this one: No doubt its an insider joke on EA's take on Battlefield 3. Similarly, Gen2 is gonna be based from Frostbite 2 engine, and I have to agree that its a matter of time the small expensive DLC packages and "premium" subscription thing will be pretty much applicable in future titles as well. How hardcore will you get? Will you pay more to complete the game?
  14. Malevolence

    Now Playing - Games

    Ever heard of Activision's Call of Duty franchise decided to some subscription thing called COD ELITE? Basically if you sign up with additional cash, you become a special COD player with more access to weapons and maps and some not so important stuff like skins etc. It's pretty profiting and EA also wants a larger slice of the same pie. So, Battlefield 3 at the moment wasn't really complete, even with the Back To Karkand DLC that was included for quite a number of people during pre-orders etc. DICE recently announced there will be additional 4 DLCS. EA pushed the idea of having special COD ELITE concept and viola Battlefield 3 Premium was born. The reason some of us decided to buy it, particularly me, is that after playing BF3 for quite a long while we need something new, new maps to play with and new weapons. Premium package is supposedly a "cheaper" alternative because it comes with not just the "Premium" BS, but also includes all the DLCs at a lesser price point than buying separate DLCs alone. The upgrade cost about the same as buying BF3 itself. The Premium thing has sparked tons of hatred and a clear split among the Battlefield community. Players who refused to get Premium argued that its not fair because they paid for BF3 these stuff should be included free for everyone. Some even argued that it's segregating the rich players and the poor players. Some servers, the loser admins, even went to the extent and banned any users who played in their servers and were recognized as Premium players. Quite childish isn't it? Close quarters, I'm very mixed about it. It does feel quite COD-ish actually, with better graphics. The maps were bigger than what you thought by looking at the trailers. The destruction is pretty cool. Some new weapons are okay but some needs fixing. For e.g. M5K is pretty much a pea shooter and accuracy is way off. If you aim at someone's head the bullet shoot more to the left and not onto the head. It's pretty underpowered and need serious fixing, especially if this gun is the most difficult and the last gun to be unlocked in the assignments. Gun Master mode is alright but if you start from the middle where everyone progressed halfway you may be in for a hard time. Imagine u are using a gun ur rivals are already using shotguns and rifles. I encountered some weird bugs and hopefully it can be rectified soon. Invisible guns, minimap to me is broken, yea.. oh well, story of my life.
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    Now Playing - Games

    Battlefield 3 Premium. Sigh I was dissappointed with the multiplayer experience. Origin is terrible. Battlelog is terrible, buggy and restrictive. When stats become somehow important, hackers and cheaters are unleashed. Insta-kills, see through walls, illuminating skins to see enemy more clearly, FXAA injectors, etc etc. That'll be the last FPS shooter game I'll buy for the sake of multiplayer experience. Not to mention people who rent servers and abuse them badly. Sigh, losers.
  16. Malevolence

    Need Replacement Video Card

    Cool cool cool.. sometimes dust acculmilation can mess up the PCI-e connectors and RAM connectors. What some of us did is before reseating back into the slots, use a clean eraser and gently give a good rub on the metal connectors first. I hope it turns out fine and can push for the next 7 months or so before your actual PC overhaul.
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    Need Replacement Video Card

    Oic. Hey just checking, you aint interested in AMD cards right? You prefer Nvidia as well?
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    Need Replacement Video Card

    DICE's Frostbyte 2 engine is pretty demanding. I've been playing Battlefield 3 regularly nowadays, and completed Need For Speed: The RUN a long time back, I was pushing my existing GTX 260 and could only play it at mid settings decently with decent acceptable frames of 30FPS-ish on a 1680x1050p monitor. From many tech reviews, only GTX 670, GTX 680, HD7970 are the cards that can run at insane over-the-top settings, but comes at an expensive price tag. Lets not talk about that. :/ Anyways... If you are using GT 640 don't expect it to run at high settings for Generals 2, I guess it should be able to play any Frostbyte 2 games at average settings too, about 36FPS on a 1680x1050p monitor; 29.7FPS on a 1920x1080p monitor. http://www.tomshardw...iew,3214-3.html
  19. Malevolence

    Need Replacement Video Card

    I personally think your GT9600 has finished its lifespan. Do you have a spare setup you can borrow or something to test and isolate that the card is the main issue yet? Good choice that you'll decide to go for the Nvidia GeForce GT 640 option. From where I come from, many of us rarely chose Leadtek, because Leadtek are good in workstation Quadro cards and not so well in GeForce cards. I'll pick the Asus card if its up to me, beefier card, larger heatsink for cooling and heat dissipation, which is more important for a graphics card. Asus claimed to use their super alloy power stuff, which can possible allow the card to have a longer lifespan. Since you're not going to waste money again, and as already mentioned, GPU sales in NZ is way overpriced. So, on the long run, maybe it's more worth it to get this instead? And specifications wise when comparing both Asus and Leadtek, its obvious that Asus is the clear winner in terms of price-per-performance. WIth a solid 2GB GDDR3 memory vs Leadtek's 1GB GDDR3 memory, and Asus has one additional DVI-D connector, I rather get ASUS card then the inferior Leadtek card. Ultimately, the most important factor is the warranty and aftersales support. Will it be a 2-year warranty card? 3-year warranty card? These are the things to consider as well. EDIT: Oh yea... GeForce GT 640 is so power efficient it doesn't even need any additional PCI-e 6-pin power connectors!
  20. Malevolence

    Need Replacement Video Card

    LOL, no worries I'm not recommending a high-end GPU. During my absence I've been looking around, and realized I have been quite ignorant that GPU prices in Australia and New Zealand is freakingly overpriced as compare to other parts of the world. My apologies for that. Current existing stocks: Nvidia GeForce GTX 560Ti. Old entry. Best price per performance card that has been around for a year. Can last better on a long run as the rest mentioned below will be easily replaced by then. Nvidia GeForce GTS 450. Old entry. Around for quite a while and is for budget users. AMD Radeon HD7850. New entry for mid-budget users, espcially if one loves AMD. Performs better than GTX 560Ti. Has PCI-e Gen 3 capabilties, just saying. AMD Radeon HD7770/7750. AMD's answer for budget entries. New budget stocks: Nvidia GeForce GT 640. Cheap, light, new. Decent for basic stuff. A good replacement for existing budget entry Nvidia GeForce GTS 450. Has PCI-e Gen 3 capabilties, just saying. Personally I think GT640 is a good choice for you, a decent sub-$100 card, it's recently announced and released, Im not sure this supply has reached ur shores yet.
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    C&C Legos - Season 4 Episode 8

    Why's the YouTube video unlisted? I like the video!!
  22. Malevolence

    Pic of the Day

    Ronald McDonald vs Colonel Sanders!!! READY!!! FIGHT!!!
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    Pic of the Day

    Random Interwebz Pic of the Day: "Surfing All Day All Night!"
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