Intel Core i7 950 3.06GHz Socket 1366

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The Intel Core I7 950 is a beast of a processor! It was able to chew up and spit out everything we threw at it with a grin on it's face. Several of the tests even show the Intel Core I7 950 running neck and neck with the Intel Core I7 970!...

By Bit-tech.net on 90

We're struggling to draw a firm conclusion about the Core i7-950. It's a fraction more expensive than the i7-930 and a fraction quicker in real world tasks; you're basically getting exactly what you're paying for. We had problems...

By Overclock3D on 95

Reviewing something like the i7-950 is one of the hardest things we do.It's not that the actual benchmarking process is hard, or that the performance isn't breathtaking. Because the performance is breathtaking.The problem is the obvious...

By iXBT Labs on

We tried to make our tests at least a tad more interesting by using different memory modes -- and we found out that this parameter does not affect results. The only result that stands out against the common background is demonstrated by Core i7 920,...

By Ocaholic on

With the recent Bloomfield product line Intel presents the most powerful desktop CPU available these times. Especially the Core i7 975 XE delivers more performance than any other CPU on the market and this by a quite big margin. But as expected, so...

By PC Games Hardware on

The Core i7-950 is - unsurprisingly - faster than the Core i7-940, but the comparatively small advantage in games compared to the Core 2 Quad Q9650 and the Phenom II X4 955 BE doesnt justify an upgrade. If you build a new system you should rather...

By iXBT Labs on

Nothing interesting, we just found another proof that any memory technology gets more or less interesting from 133MHz on (e.g. DDR-266, DDR2-533, DDR3-1066). But its active usage starts from 166MHz on (DDR-333, DDR2-667 and, finally, DDR3-1333)....

By AnandTech on

Seven months have passed since Intel officially launched its Core i7 processors, and for seven months they have remained at the top of our performance charts. Albeit pricey, Nehalem can’t be beat; it is the world’s fastest desktop...

International Review By hdblog.it on 100

Tra le novità di questo mese di settembre spicca sicuramente l’annuncio di Intel (news a questo link) che riguarda diverse novità per il settore delle CPU. Nonostante si parli già molto di Sandy Bridge, l’attuale piattaforme...

International Review By Ocaholic German on

Intel präsentiert mit den aktuellen Gulftown CPU's beinahe grenzenlose Leistung. Wie immer aber bei den Extreme-Modellen lässt sich Intel dies teuer bezahlen. Für CHF 1179.- (ca. EUR 786.-) erhält man ein exklusisves Stück Hardware, das...

International Review By Hardware-Mag on

Wie nach dem Lesen der Spezifikationen zu erwarten war, platziert sich der Core i7-950 bei Standardtakt im Mittelfeld unserer Testreihe, zwischen dem 920 und dem 965 Extreme Edition. Für den Standardandwender bietet der 950 mehr als ausreichend...

International Review By Ocaholic German on

Intels aktuelle Core i7 CPUs versprechen Leistung im Überfluss wobei die Nehalem-Architektur einige grundlegende Neuerungen mit sich brachte. Mittlerweile sind mit dem 950 sowie 975 XE bereits zwei neue Modelle zur Familie der Core i7 Prozessoren...

International Review By PC Games Hardware on

Heute im Performance-Brief: der Core i7-950, Nachfolger des i7-940. Der Performance-Brief ist eine Möglichkeit, die umfangreichen Tests, die PC Games Hardware mit Grafikkarten, CPUs und anderer Hardware durchführt, kurzfristig online...

International Review By Présence PC on

Intel n’a absolument pas besoin de lancer de nouveaux processeurs à l’heure actuelle. Le Core i7 965 Extreme (1000 €) est déjà, et de loin, la puce la plus rapide du marché, le Core i7 940 (550 €) occupe aisément la seconde place et le Core i7 920, «...

International Review By PCWorld France on

Malgré toutes ces louanges, les Core i7 restent des processeurs coûteux non seulement à cause de leur prix intrinsèque, conséquence logique de l’absence de concurrence, mais également à cause du prix des cartes mères. Mais Intel ne s’est...