During Computex 2016 in Taiwan, Intel announces its new Core i7-6950X Extreme processor with 10 cores based on the Broadwell-E architecture.
Core i7-6950X Extreme processor with 10 cores and more
In addition to the new Core i7-6950X Extreme processor with 10 cores, Intel also announced new Core i7 eight- and six-core Core i7-6900K, Core i7-6850K and Core i7-6800K. These other chips are also based on the Broadwell-E architecture.
The four new processors provide support for Intel Turbo Boost Max 3.0 technologies, Intel Hyper-Threading and Intel Ready Mode. They are also compatible with the Intel X99 chipset, support DDR-2400 memories and the LGA socket 2011-v3.
According to official specifications, the Core i7-6950X Extreme has a 3.0GHz clock rate (up to 3.5GHz), 25MB cache and 140W TDP.
The specifications of the other three models can be seen below: