Intel X79 Core i7 4960X Review

Unigine Valley and Resident Evil 6

Intel X79 Core i7-4960X Review

Unigine Valley

The two CPUs exchange results in Unigine Valley. The i7-4960X is the most consistent, but the raw horsepower of the i7-3960X cannot be denied.

Resident Evil 6

Away from synthetic benchmarks and on to the gaming of Resident Evil 6 and, just like we saw in 3D Mark 11, it doesn't matter if you're at stock or overclocked, there is nothing between the two CPUs.


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Most Recent Comments

03-09-2013, 02:53:14

The LGA2011 socket has failed to capture the public's heart, does the IvyBridge-E refresh manage to win us over?

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03-09-2013, 02:58:04

oh snap!! insanely awesome review incoming....Quote

03-09-2013, 03:30:54

These results made me laugh, reminds me of amd going backwards in performance lol.
I only wonder why did they bother spending money to release this cpu,does the x79 provide that many benefits over 2011? other than that its waste of time money,unless people actually gonna buy this just because its new lols
Whoever gonna buy this is not going to care about little power savings at all.

Anyway awesome review as always Quote

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