Intel's Desktop Processor Roadmap Through First Half of 2014 Leaked Online

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roberto.tomas

I do not like how the first time after you log-in here with IE/Metro (windows 8), the first message you post is silently, mysteriously discarded. You can't hit the back button and copy what you wrote either, it resets the form.

Anyway,

I like how you don't speculate about later in 2014, specifically that you do not claim anything ridiculous like Broadwell will not come out at all in 2014.

IMHO, Intel not releasing a new processor and a 14nm processor in 2014 would be like Intel deciding to switch away from making processors. To ... radios, or something. You can't skip your primary market product — companies that don't sell anything new for a year go out of business. That would be incredible news.

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whr4usa

use the WinRT MaxPC app?

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Baer

So the 4930 may be just what I want for my new rigs, 6 cores, 2011 LGA, no graphics and the latest generation?

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whr4usa

if you want an overpriced and gimped chip designed for dual-socket! haha

yea, I'm waiting for Ivy Bidge-E too, Ivy Bridge-EP I mean!!

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joeyjr

Intel Ivy Bridge-E

http://www.techspot.com/news/52468-intel-ivy-bridge-e-slated-for-september-2013-launch.html

Ivy Bridge-E CPUs are based on a 22nm lithography and are a die shrink of their 32nm Sandy Bridge-E predecessors. Current SB-E owners will be happy to hear that these new CPUs use the same LGA 2011 socket

CPU...................Core i7-4960X.....Core i7-4930K.....Core i7-4820K

Cores/Threads......6/12....................6/12......................4/8

Base Clock...........3.6 GHz..............3.4 GHz................3.7 GHz

Turbo Clock..........4.0 GHz..............3.9 GHz................3.9 GHz

L3 Cache.............15 MB.................12 MB..................10 MB

TDP.....................130W..................130W...................130W

Memory...............DDR3-1866.........DDR3-1866.........DDR3-1866

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Intel-Ivy-Bridge-E-CPU-i7-4960X,22372.html

Next build with these spec's on top of whats already their and PCIe Gen 3.

Might even see the Ivy Bridge - E in this years Dream Machine!!

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whr4usa

I'd rather see Ivy Bridge-EP (:

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joeyjr

http://news.softpedia.com/newsImage/Ivy-Bridge-EP-Xeon-E5-CPUs-Exposed-Prematurely-2.jpg/

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whr4usa

thank you!

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The Mac

Asder00 is very active on AMD forums (Guru3d, Rage3d, Overclock.net as well as others)

He always posts the leaked beta catalysts earlier than everyone else.

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biggiebob12345

-Edited-

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Baer

Does that mean a new 2011 no graphics high end processor?

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Zstreek

I also noticed that. I am not sure how much of a benefit that part of the chip is to most of us, but it stands to reason that there would be processing benefits to leaving it out.

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whr4usa

despite Intel's naming convention Ivy Bridge-EP/E have little in coming with Ivy Bridge beyond both being part of the 22nm++trigate release 'tick' - they're completely different designs, optimized for dual-socket systems and are the basis for scaling to multi-chipset/dual-socket and many-socket supercomputer/hpc systems

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