Intel Core i7-6950X CPU

Intel Core i7-6950X Extreme Edition 25M Cache 3.50GHz BX80671I76950X

Intel Core i7-6950X Extreme Edition 25M Cache 3.50GHz BX80671I76950X
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  • 10 Core/20 Thread
  • LGA 2011-v3
  • 4 Channels DDR4 2400; one DIMM per Channel
  • 140W Tdp; Up to 40 Lanes PCIe 3.0 (2x16+1x8).
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Specifications Overview

Model BX80671I76950X
Release Date November 2016

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Series Core i7 6th Gen
Core Name Broadwell-E
Socket LGA2011-3
Integrated Graphics None
CPU Cores 10
CPU Threads 20
CPU Clock Rate 3000 MHz
CPU Turbo Clock Rate 3500 MHz
TDP 140 W
CPU Cooler included
Manufacturing Process 14 nm
Cache L3 25 MB

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