Intel has had its own way in the high-end desktop CPU market for a couple of years but, since the six-core i7-980X and i7-990X, it hasn’t released any Extreme Edition chips to tempt tweakers. That’s all changed with the arrival of the second generation of Core i7 chips, its X79 chipset and LGA2011 socket.
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