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1. Refers to the maximum single-core frequency that can be achieved with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0.
2. HandBrake 0.10.2.7286. The workload video file is a ~6.27GB, 3840×1714, 73.4Mbps, 24fps, H.264, .mov video file that is transcoded to a ~1480MB, 1920×858, ~17.1Mbps, 24fps, H.264, .mp4 video file.
3. Based on measured “megatasking” gaming scenario (Intel® Core™ i7-6950X processor vs. Intel® Core™ i7-5960X processor). Adobe Premiere* Pro CC 2015.1. The project contains seven clips totaling 2 minutes and 21 seconds of 4K H.264 .mp4 footage recorded at a bitrate of approximately 80Mbps. The input file sizes total 1.90GB. The video stream is 3840×2160 (4K) in H.264 format with a framerate of 29.97fps. The audio stream is 1536Kbps, 48.0KHz, 16-bit stereo in .wav format. The performance test measures the time to export the entire clip to a 4K H.264 .mp4 format. The output is a high-quality 4K video file.
4. Source: “Product Brief: Intel® Solid State Drive 750 Series.” Intel, 2015. See system configurations and test details at http://intel.ly/1SRTJ1h.