We have already reported that Intel will be officially released their Haswell -E processors and X99 motherboards on September 14. On this Haswell-E platform the most expensive Intel first eight-core processor Core i7-5960X Extreme Edition included, the price of this bad boy would be around $ 999.
The Core i7-5960X target customers are still high fever gamers to match the performance level, X99 Chipset motherboard and DDR4 memory will do the job. Intel Core i7-5960X is clocked at 3.0GHz, Turbo Boost frequency is 3.3GHz, 20Mb on L3 cache, supports Hyper-Threading has 40 PCI-E 3.0 channel support x16 + x16 + x8 configuration and the Thermal power Design is 140W, 10W higher than previous generation six-core Core i7-4960X.
The new flagship is Designed for enthusiasts, ideal for Overclocking. The core frequency, turbo boost frequency have more free space on the memory frequency and voltage options and Support for DDR4 memory up to 2667MHz.
There are also two cheaper flagship included in the lineup of Haswell -E processors, model model Core i7-5930K and Core i7-5820K. They both are equipped with six-core, L3 cache is 15MB, the support is same X99 motherboard, DDR4 memory, TDP also same of140W, the Clock frequency of Intel Core i7-5930k is 3.5GHz, PCI-E 3.0 supports up to x16 + x16 + x8 configuration, Intel Core i7-5820K is clocked at 3.3GHz, up to x16 + x8 + x4 PCI-E configuration.