Intel Sandy Bridge-E Processors with 6 and 8 Cores Pictured, Avaiable on eBay for US $1.359,99

Hassan Mujtaba
Posted May 5, 2011
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Its already confirmed that Intel is preparing its new Sandy Bridge-E Lineup which will be be supported by the LGA 2011 socket. Many leaks on Ivy Bridge and Sandy bridge-E series CPU’s have popped up during the last few weeks which you can see here.

Sandy Bridge-E series CPU’s just got leaked through eBay which is available at a price of US $1.359,99. The guy who posted it on eBay has confirmed that the Model is a Sandy Bridge-E based Core i7 processor featuring 8 cores and 12 threads. Although the post didn’t detail as much as the pictures linked in the gallery do.

The two samples available on eBay have codenames of “Q19D” for the eight-core model with 20 MB L3 cache and Q19J “for the six-core version with 15 MB L3 cache. Both you can see from the picture support the Socket 2011 on the upcoming Intel Sandy Bridge-E Series boards. Both models come with stock clock speeds of 1.6Ghz and have second stepping of the models they were made – “A1”.

The only downside of the samples is that they come with some features disabled which include absence of turbo boost, the memory controller only works with a maximum of DDR3-1066 and Hyper Threading is available. Both models come with a TDP of 130W. You can check out the eBay link here and pictures from the gallery are posted below:

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