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- DescriptionWith faster, intelligent, multi-core technology that applies processing power where it's needed most, Intel Core i7 processors deliver an incredible breakthrough in PC performance. They are the best desktop processors on the planet. You'll multitask applications faster and unleash incredible digital media creation. And you'll experience maximum performance for everything you do.
- Processor ModelCore i7-960
- Clock Speed3.2GHz
- CPU Socket TypeSocket B
- Multi-Core TechnologyQuad-Core
- TDP130 W
- Processor Quantity1
- Product TypeProcessor
- Level 1 Size64KB
- Installed Size8 MB
- TypeAdvanced Smart Cache
Expansion / Connectivity
- Compatible Slots1 x processor - LGA1366 Socket
- Manufacturing Process45 nm
- 64-bit ComputingYes
- Architecture FeaturesEnhanced SpeedStep Technology,Hyper-Threading Technology,Intel 64 Technology,Intel Fast Memory Access,Intel Flex Memory Access,Intel Virtualization Technology,Intel vPro Technology
- Platform CompatibilityPC
- Max. Operating Temperature67.9 °C
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- cinemascopeNov 06, 2015by
Fastest version of LGA 1366 Procs
I have used several LGA 1366 procs, both Core i7 and Xeon, depending upon the motherboard's BIOS support. Almost all support 930s, but I desired to go with 960s, as their price had finally dropped to well under $100.
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- mosemickApr 08, 2011by
Good for the price
I bought two of these processors, as i build gaming rigs as a hobby, i had built my self one with really great results! My son who is beastly gamer had a i7 920 in his rig a wartime x58, well i ended up gutting that box and duplacateing the same build, and bought another i7 960! the build is as follows i7960 3.2ghz, asus p6x58d premium mb, 12 gig corsair dominater ram 1600mhz, dual invida 480 graphics cards, clocked up to 3.33ghz lightin fast!I would recmend this to anyone that wants performance on a buget.
- 208100290@delet...Jan 14, 2011by
I7 Performance Nothing COMPARES!
Crush your enemies, climb the tower of paperwork -- or do both at the same time. Intel's Core i7 processor not only makes it possible, it makes it easy. The Core i7 960 has four cores that run at 3.2GHz and shares 8MB of L3 cache. Quad cores means true multi-tasking and multi-threading. One core handles the usual action on your operating system, while the second can play a DVD on the TV, the third download a file from internet, and the fourth one sends audio to the kids in another room without lags or stutters. All this is made easier with Intel’s advanced Digital Media Boost. With Intel Turbo Boost technology and Intel Hyper-Threading technology, the Core i7 enables highly threaded applications or demanding applications to work in maximum speed without any extra effort. The 45nm Intel Core i7 processor is armed with Intel HD Boost, which implementing new Intel Streaming SIMD Extension 4.2 (Intel SSE4.2) instructions for fast high definition video editing and encoding, enhance the multimedia performance. Read full review
- 1036412836@dele...May 30, 2011by
Don't waste money on higher priced CPUs. This is the one.
I do believe this could possiblly be the best bang for the buck in i7 processors. With the right motherboard bios, over-clocking is a breeze. Be carefull of ram speed though. When you start to get over 3.3 Ghz, the ram speed may double causing instability. Many re-starts later, you have to move to the highest Mhz ram you can afford it will run appropriatlly untill the CPU over heats, or becomes unstable itself. Make sure you have a temp sensor on your OS. My 960 has been over 140 degrees on more than one occasion with no signs of problems, or weakness. I recommend this processor in an over-clocked state, because that's when this CPU SHINES!
- x7neilApr 18, 2011by
Not bad for an x58 chipset CPU. Stock, better buy than 920.
Well, I sold my i7 920 cpu and upgrade to this. Honestly, there isn't much of a difference between this and my 920 cpu besides the stock multiplier going to 24x and being stock clocked at 3.2ghz vs 2.66ghz of the 920. But stock vs stock, this is a better buy than the 920/930 seeing as how its only about $30-$50 more, and is clocked at 3.2ghz with 24x. Now for overclocking, not so much. On my 920 D0, I could hit 4.0ghz easy. The 960 D0, I can also hit 4.0ghz easy with the same temps. So didn't really see a benefit. But yeah, its not bad. But an i7 2600K will out perform this easy.
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