Some of you may remember the The Pentium Dual-Core E6500K processor, The same processor that offered at its base speed a very nice performance relative to its price, but its real advantage was discovered precisely during the overclocking attempts.
The original processor came with a base frequency of 2.93GHz, and without a cooling body, which implied the intention of Intel The processor will be integrated with the body Cooling External, and of course will pass Overclock. The result was a cheap processor, which easily reached speeds of about 5GHz without effort. The secret of the processor lies in the open product and the 45 nanometer process, but Achilles' heel was that the processor was only sold in China.
Sewage has been flowing since Kishon, and in the meantime it has been able to open Computex 2010 Exhibition, And with it a surprising announcement from Intel - a pair of new processors that will continue The impressive Oberclock tradition של Intel, And for the first time - Intel Officially declares it.
The new processors are called Core i5-655K and Core i7-875K, and as their name implies, these are open-ended processors. Another feature that promises to make CPU speeds even simpler is that the 655KK processor will be manufactured in a 32-nanometer manufacturing process (similar to To the new flagship of Intel), And will be double Core. The guiding principle is that the simpler the processor is in terms of the amount of cores and caching, the easier it is to bring it to high frequencies.
This is a very dramatic change for Intel. If the company was once very conservative about maximizing the capabilities of the processor, and did not approve of users who overclocked, today not only the company's employees Do it themselves automatically, But it even uses the overclocking features to promote and market the new processors - and according to Reviews that have already sprung up across the web, It seems that the new processors have no problem exceeding the 4.8GHz threshold, with Cooling Air only.