Sandy Bridge-E Benchmark estimation and stock Water cooler confirmed

Intel confirm that the next generation of CPUs will come with a Water cooled system as a stock cooler .

So Intel decide that these powerful extreme line CPUs must be combined with a water cooling system to cool down the six cores 32nm based Sandy Bridge-E that can achieve 3.9Ghz when in turbo boost mode .

Sandy Bridge-E water stock cooling system

The performance line code named Sandy Bridge-E estimated to be faster than the Nehalem/Westmere  architecture based Core i7-990X (six cores, 3.46GHz, 12MB cache) by up to 65% , this big difference is made by the new Sandy Bridge micro-architecture technology .

In the Q4 this year Intel will outs three CPUs out of six , the Core i7-3950X , Core i7-3930X and the Core i7-3920X, all of them has 130W TDP and six cores /twelve threads except the i7-3930X packs four cores and can handle eight threads ,other three CPUs will release in Q2 2012.

Take a look at the table bellow , it bring more specifications info:

Sandy Bridge-E Specifications comparison
Sandy Bridge-E Benchmark estimation and stock Water cooler confirmed Sandy Bridge-E Benchmark estimation and stock Water cooler confirmed Reviewed by Maherr Live on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 Rating: 5