Intel Core i7 2600K

Brand Intel
Product name Core i7 2600K
Productgroep Processors
MPN BX80623I72600K
EAN / UPC 0735858217361
All processors

Socket 1155, 3.4 GHz, 4 cores, 95 W, 32 nm, Integrated graphics

Intel Core i7 2600K reviews door Hardware.Info 3 reviews

42 AMD and Intel CPUs review: choose the best processor

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Intel Core i7 2600K en i5 2500K: benchmarks

3 January 2011 - 05:00

In dit deel van de serie over Sandy Bridge, ofwel de nieuwe Core i-serie van Intel, kijken we naar de prestaties van de processors en zetten die af tegen de oudere cpu's van AMD en Intel.

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Intel Core i7 2600K nieuws 1 news item

Intel cuts price Core i7 2600K and 2700K

1 May 2012 - 11:47

Last week, Intel officially introduced its Ivy Bridge generation. The Ivy Bridge processors are the tock in Intel's tick-tock development model and succeed the Sandy Bridge chips. The main difference between the two is the transition to 22 nm Tri-G...

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