Reviews and Problems with Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6800
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Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6800: The Fastest Desktop CPU, now with more cores
28 April 2007
Conclusion: The performance crown continues to undeniably belong to Intel, the QX6800 simply gives you the option of having four cores at the performance leading clock speed. The price is obviously quite steep, and those who are not opposed to overclocking would be better off buying a Q6600 and simply...
Summary: You may have gathered that the Core 2 Extreme QX6800 is the fastest desktop processor that money can buy. No nuance is required to discuss this one. The QX6800 nearly swept our entire benchmark suite, and in many cases, it crushed its main rival, the Athlon 64 FX-74.
Summary: Hot on the heals of the holiday weekend, Intel is launching a new flagship quad-core processor targeted at hardcore power users and PC enthusiasts. As its name implies, the new Core 2 Extreme QX6800 has frequency parity with its dual-core counterpart, the Core 2 Extreme X6800 - sans the "Q".
Summary: With a default speed of 2.93GHz, this is currently the fastest desktop quad-core CPU on the market. At its default speed, the QX6800 didn't perform much faster than the QX6700, but we were able to overclock it reliably up to 3.47GHz, where we observed much better gains in performance.
Pros: Was reliable when overclocked to 3.47GHz, Works in all current 965 chipset-based motherboards
Cons: Not much of a speed improvement over the QX6700
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Excerpt: Frequenza di clock di 2,93 GHz per la nuova versione di processore Core 2 Extreme di Intel, dotata di architettura quad core e in grado di vincere ogni benchmark prestazionale. Lo scenario tuttavia è mutato radicalmente, con i prezzi dei processori e non più la loro architettura a rappresentare la...