Intel's Fastest Generation Processors - i7 X99 Haswell E - 5800/5900
We only use the top 3 fastest processors at any given point in time in our multiple monitor QuadStation Computer Systems. Here are the current top 3 Intel processors to date:
Intel i7-5960X X99 Haswell "E"
Intel i7-5930K X99 Haswell "E"
Intel i7 5820K X99 Haswell "E"
It is More About the Core!
In the past, measuring processor speed was all
about the Ghz, or clock speed. In the past few years that
measurement has become less important as the microarchitecture of processors has advanced to a much higher
level. Now, CPU speed is measured more by how many CORES
are on the chip and not so much about the clock speed of one
core. More cores = more speed, it is that simple...read on.
Also the new i7 processors have a built in memory controller.
Having an Intel i7 processor
in your system is like having the speed of 8-12 processors!
That's right. Intel's fast i7
processors combined with HyperThreading technology DOUBLES the virtual processing threads from 6 to 12 on a SIX Core CPU, and 4 to 8 on a QUAD Core CPU! An 8 core processor is even faster at 16 processing threads. Each
'thread' equates to a lane of data traffic. More lanes of traffic means
more information can be processed simultaneously which
translates to serious overall speed.
See the example below
of a device manager screenshot on a system with the an
i7-6 Core and 4 core processors. Notice that there are 12 virtual processors displayed. Is there any question?
- 6 Core
- 4 Core
8-12 times the
simultaneous data throughput = Serious Speed !
A common misconception is that
your system will not benefit from multi threaded processing if
your software applications are not multi-threaded.
Absolutely not true. Regarding
multi-threaded Quad core processors and any software application
Intel says: "Even if the applications are not
multi-threaded, multi-tasking environments will benefit from
multi-core processors." (Source:
Intel Software Solutions Group)
It is true that a single threaded
software application will not utilize multi threading. However,
Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP all support multi-threading so
your overall system performance will benefit substantially with
multi-threading speed. Also, Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel,
Outlook etc) applications are fully multi-thread capable.
The Future of i7 Processors:
The future of technology will utilize 4, 6 and 8 core processing as
standard. If you are in the market for a new computer system you
most definitely want to include the latest technology to ensure
you are 'Future Ready'. Dual core processor will soon become
obsolete as 4, 6, & 8 core CPU's become main stream.
NTI always uses the very newest fully
processors but they must also meet our very stringent quality
control requirements. See our Future Ready line of QuadStation Systems.
- Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology: Two processing threads per physical core for a
total of eight threads provide massive
computational throughput. 12 threads for
the newer SIX core processors.
- Intel® Turbo Boost Technology: Dynamically increases the processor’s frequency
for more performance automatically, when you
need it the most. (this is NOT the
same as overclocking)
- Intel® Smart Cache Integrated
Memory Controller: Large last-level
cache for ultra-efficient data storage and
- Intel® QuickPath Interconnect: Interconnect design increases bandwidth and
lowers latency and data transfer speeds.
- Integrated Memory Controller: Lower latency and higher memory bandwidth
deliver amazing performance for data-intensive
- Intel® HD Boost: Allows a
new level of processing efficiency with
- Digital Thermal Sensor (DTS): More efficient processor and platform thermal
control for significantly lower noise emissions.
- Intel® Wide Dynamic Execution: Improves execution speed and efficiency,
delivering more instructions per clock cycle.
- Intel® Smart Memory Access: Improves system performance and reduces the
effective latency of memory accesses.
your 'Future Ready' QuadStation Core i7 System today!
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