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base frequency3,600 MHz (3.6 GHz, 3,600,000 kHz) +
bus rate5,000 MT/s (5 GT/s, 5,000,000 kT/s) +
bus typeDMI 2.0 +
clock multiplier36 +
core count6 +
core nameIvy Bridge E +
core steppingS1 +
cpuid306E4 +
designerIntel +
die area256.5 mm² (0.398 in², 2.565 cm², 256,500,000 µm²) +
die length17.1 mm (1.71 cm, 0.673 in, 17,100 µm) +
die width15 mm (1.5 cm, 0.591 in, 15,000 µm) +
familyCore i7EE +
first announcedSeptember 10, 2013 +
first launchedSeptember 10, 2013 +
full page nameintel/core i7ee/i7-4960x +
has advanced vector extensionstrue +
has extended page tables supporttrue +
has featureHyper-Threading Technology +, Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 +, Advanced Vector Extensions +, Advanced Encryption Standard Instruction Set Extension +, Enhanced SpeedStep Technology + and Extended Page Tables +
has intel enhanced speedstep technologytrue +
has intel turbo boost technology 2 0true +
has locked clock multiplierfalse +
has second level address translation supporttrue +
has simultaneous multithreadingtrue +
has x86 advanced encryption standard instruction set extensiontrue +
instance ofmicroprocessor +
is multi-chip packagefalse +
l1d$ description8-way set associative +
l1d$ size0.188 MiB (192 KiB, 196,608 B, 1.831055e-4 GiB) +
l1i$ description8-way set associative +
l1i$ size0.188 MiB (192 KiB, 196,608 B, 1.831055e-4 GiB) +
l2$ description8-way set associative +
l2$ size1.5 MiB (1,536 KiB, 1,572,864 B, 0.00146 GiB) +
l3$ description20-way set associative +
l3$ size15 MiB (15,360 KiB, 15,728,640 B, 0.0146 GiB) +
last orderDecember 24, 2015 +
last shipmentJune 3, 2016 +
ldateSeptember 10, 2013 +
manufacturerIntel +
market segmentDesktop +
max case temperature339.95 K (66.8 °C, 152.24 °F, 611.91 °R) +
max cpu count1 +
max memory65,536 MiB (67,108,864 KiB, 68,719,476,736 B, 64 GiB, 0.0625 TiB) +
max pcie lanes40 +
microarchitectureIvy Bridge +
min case temperature273.15 K (0 °C, 32 °F, 491.67 °R) +
model numberi7-4960X +
nameCore i7-4960X Extreme Edition +
part numberCM8063301292500 + and BX80633I74960X +
platformX79 +
process22 nm (0.022 μm, 2.2e-5 mm) +
release price$ 999.00 (€ 899.10, £ 809.19, ¥ 103,226.67) +
s-specSR1AS +
s-spec (qs)QF7Z +
seriesi7-4900 +
tdp130 W (130,000 mW, 0.174 hp, 0.13 kW) +
technologyCMOS +
thread count12 +
transistor count1,860,000,000 +
turbo frequency (1 core)4,000 MHz (4 GHz, 4,000,000 kHz) +
turbo frequency (2 cores)3,900 MHz (3.9 GHz, 3,900,000 kHz) +
turbo frequency (3 cores)3,900 MHz (3.9 GHz, 3,900,000 kHz) +
turbo frequency (4 cores)3,800 MHz (3.8 GHz, 3,800,000 kHz) +
turbo frequency (5 cores)3,700 MHz (3.7 GHz, 3,700,000 kHz) +
turbo frequency (6 cores)3,700 MHz (3.7 GHz, 3,700,000 kHz) +
word size64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +