Intel Core i7-3820 3.60GHz (Sandy Bridge-E) Socket LGA2011 Processor - OEM

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Intel Core i7 3820, Socket 2011, Sandy Bridge Extreme, Quad Core, 3.60GHz, 10MB Smart Cache, 130W, OEM.

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Quickcode: 48277  
Stock code: CPU-I779-CM806190104
Manuf. code: CM8061901049606
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Description:

Whether it's HD media, 3D gaming, or serious multitasking, unlock your full potential with the 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i7-3820 processor.

- Core Size: 32nm
- Socket: LGA2011
- Quad Core
- Frequency: 3.60GHz (3.90GHz TURBO)
- Multiplier: 36x
- L2 Cache: 4x 256KB
- L3 Cache: 10MB
- TDP: 130W
- 1yr Warranty

Please note: These retails processors do not come with HSF cooling.

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer intel
Warranty Type Aria Warranty Only
Manufacturer Website http://www.intel.co.uk
Warranty Period (yrs) 1

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Question  CPU Fan by Martyn

Hi Aria,

Does this CPU come with a fan? In the product details it states 'These retails processors do not come with HSF cooling'. In the title it says OEM.

Please correct me if I got the wrong end of the stick here and if the CPU does not come with a fan please point me to a product in the £30-£40ish price range.

Thanks,
Martyn

Answer by thomasr on Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Hello Sir,

This doesn't come with a retail heatsink. Please see the Arctic i30.

Thanks for your question.

Question  Picking a PSU M0 or M1? by AlexAD

Is this the Core i7-3820 (3.6,L3:10M,6c,Ht,rev.MO) or the Core i7-3820 (3.6,L3:10M,6c,Ht,rev.M1)

I ask this I am trying to figure out which power supply to use and two options match in the drop down on http://support.asus.com/powersupply.aspx

Answer by joebe on Thursday, April 5, 2012
Power consumption will be no different between the CPU's as they are like for like on the load.