Sandy Bridge-E

Sandy Bridge-E

Intel's code name for high-end ("E"xtreme) models of Sandy Bridge CPUs. See Sandy Bridge.
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4 -- Intel's new Core i7-3960X processor, code-named Sandy Bridge-E, has been touted as the fastest desktop processor ever.
Since the Gulftown and Sandy Bridge-E are both 32nm six-core, 12-thread processors, it's clear that there are some architectural changes in the Sandy Bridge generation that are improving performance, particularly in things that are very heavily multithreaded, such as Monte Carlo simulations.
Source: Sandy Bridge-E Proves PCs Are, In Fact, Getting Faster
20 -- This week, Intel started shipping its second-generation six-core desktop CPU, known as the Sandy Bridge-E.
The Sandy Bridge-E chips are big, measuring 435 mm2 with 2.