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Intel Sandy Bridge + P67 chipset roundup

Intel Sandy Bridge LGA1155 hits the streets, does 5ghz on air like it's nothing
By: Anthony Garreffa | CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs News | Posted: Jan 3, 2011 10:12 am

CES 2011, Las Vegas - Intel have officially taken Sandy Bridge chips out of the oven today with a massive lineup of reviews, overclocking results and testing being done across various tech sites.




Intel's next-generation Core architecture dubbed Sandy Bridge is an LGA1155 socket which runs off of P67 and H67 chipsets. The new Core i5 and Core i7 chips from the Sandy Bridge architecture are promising even better performance than current Nethalem based CPU's at no extra cost.


Below we have a list of a bunch of reviews with the new range of CPU's and motherboards.


We have our own super-awesome review you can check out by clicking here.


We've also got a gaming performance analysis if you'd like to take a look.


Legit Reviews
PC Perspective
LanOC Reviews
Benchmark Reviews
iXBT Labs
Overclockers Club
Heaven Hardware


As reviews flood in, I'll update this post so you keep up to date.


It's looking good! I'm quite enjoying seeing the 5ghz overclocks on these things... amazing!


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