Intel has announced its new TS-4500, an overclocked processor that it claims will offer “maximum performance in the highest of demanding environments”.
While that may sound like an exaggeration, the new TS 6550T is not an overclocking processor at all.
The processor is actually a 4.0GHz, 8MB L3 cache, dual-channel DDR4-3000 running at 4.5GHz.
The chip itself is clocked at a mere 2.8GHz, the same as the Intel i5-4570K, the previous fastest Intel quad-core processor, which is also available with a quad-channel memory controller.
Both the processor and memory are clocked to 3.2GHz.
Intel is selling the new processor for $999 US.
We reviewed the TS 6560T last year, which was based on the same 4.2 GHz Core i7 processor as the new Intel chip.
While that processor was faster than the TS 4500, it was also clocked higher, at 3.3GHz, while the TS 3560T was also faster at 3GHz.
We’ve also reviewed the Core i5 6550K in the past.
If the new chip is anything like the Core processors, the processor will probably offer the same performance as a Core i3-4250T or Core i4-4550T, but the CPU will be clocked even higher.
That’s because the new 4.4GHz chip will run at a slightly lower voltage, 1.6V, compared to the TS 5550T.
That is enough to get it into the realm of being “as fast as” a Core processor in some cases, but not so fast as a Xeon processor.
Intel says that the TS6550-T is designed to deliver higher performance in “high-performance environments”.
That may sound impressive in theory, but performance is actually quite the opposite.
The new chip offers performance that is almost as good as an Xeon processor running at 2.9GHz, but is only about 50 percent faster than a Xeon CPU running at 3 GHz.
Intel has made it very clear that the performance will be limited by the amount of data that it is able to access on the chip.
Intel describes the TS processor as being able to handle “the latest graphics, audio, and video content and application requirements” without any problems, but we are not sure what the exact limits of what that means will be.
We will continue to monitor the performance of the new quad-Core chip and Intel’s other processors, but until we get our hands on a real quad-processor chip, we cannot judge its performance in terms of performance in general.
Intel’s new TS processor, and the Core processor, are both very high-end products that are designed to meet the needs of high-performance applications.
That means that they are capable of running at a lower voltage than a Core CPU, and also run on higher-performance chipsets, such as the i5 processors, which are often the fastest CPUs in the world.
This is a good thing, because that means that users can have more of the CPU’s performance, even if the price tag is higher.