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Peformance often can be found somewhere within device datasheets. You need to look for PPS and fabric bandwidth. Since you're describing 10 gig, I assume your 3750 is an E or X series. Both, if I recall correctly, have wire-speed capacity for all their ports including their 10 gig. (The the original 3750 series were not always wire-speed capable.)
If you don't need 3750 stacking, you might also look into the 3560 and/or 4948 with 10 gig uplinks.
Found an old Cisco switch performance summary fact sheet (attached).
If you are NOT doing any MPLS, then yes, I agree with Joseph, the 3560X/3750X with IP Services feature set will do. Take note that the 10 Gbps network module is additional option. The "X" series also have a dedicated module (with two 10 Gbps SFP+ ports) that will do MACSec upstream and downstream.
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