Exploring the impact of memory speed on Sandy Bridge performance

TechReport: For a moment, pretend that Intel's 6-series chipset bug doesn't exist. Turn the clocks back a couple of weeks and bask in the afterglow that followed the launch of Intel's Sandy Bridge CPUs. This long-anticipated architectural refresh brought improved performance, lower power consumption, and surprisingly competent integrated graphics to a swath of mid-range processors.

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