Supporting Desktop Intel Core™ i7-5960X Extreme Edition Processor
Series for the LGA2011-v3 Socket
Supporting Desktop Intel Core™ i7-59xx and i7-58xx Processor Series for
the LGA2011-v3 Socket
Document Number: 330841-004
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