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Intel Core i7-3770K review: Ivy Bridge brings lower power, better performance

Intel's Ivy Bridge is finally ready for prime time. We tested the new Core i7-3770K processor on a DZ77GA-70K motherboard and saw how Intel's highly awaited chip stood up against our expectations... and the company's popular 2600K.
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