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Intel pumps out a glory SKU in order to ratchet up the pain on AMD. But most users should steer clear and pay less money for either the QX6700 (if you need quad-core), or one of the mainstream Core 2 Duo CPUs. ...
Really, really expensive; many apps will see little or no gain.
The Core 2 Extreme QX6800 finally answers the challenge of the Core 2 Extreme X6800, and provides 2.93 GHz of quad core power. This allows enthusiast buyers to have it all, high-end multi-core processing for desktop and media tasks, while the 2.93 GHz...
Very Expensive, Just a Speed Bump, Penryn on the way
Simply put, the new Core 2 Extreme QX6800 is the fastest, most powerful desktop PC processor we have tested to date. Due to its 2.93GHz clock speed, which matches that of the fastest dual-core Core 2 processor, the X6800, the new QX6800 is as fast as ...
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 A...