Leaked Intel Roadmap Reveals New Batch of Haswell Chips

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tony2tonez

I would be interested in in BGA 4770R series. Espically if i could get it in a itx or matx size or the Intel NUC. A small box that i could easily fit anywhere to use PS CS6 with integrated graphics or go for a Haswell Xeon E3 and build a small system around it. Decision, decisions..

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cldmstrsn

So is it IVBE or Haswell 1150?

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limitbreaker

It is ivy with socket 2011, next year they will release a Haswell chip that will most likely require a new board/socket.

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cldmstrsn

Why doesn't the article have correct information then? Why are they saying Haswell?

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mrradley

I believe those are Ivy Bridge-E parts not Haswell.

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limitbreaker

Yeah I thought the same thing, Haswell isn't due till next time next year. These are the new LGA 2011 chips.

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The Mac

yeah, the leaked roadmap shows them as Ivy Bridge-E

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Citizen Snips

These are 100% IVB-E chips. The title and content of this article is completely wrong. These part numbers and specs have been out for a while, they are easily google-able and are even on wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivy_Bridge_(microarchitecture)#Ivy_Bridge-E_features

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jgottberg

Is it just me or is Intel really taking AMD to the woodshed lately?

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Refuge88

In the high end yea, but I'm pretty sure its mostly well known now that AMD doesn't have alot of interest in competing with Intel at the top of the woodpile right now.

Their processors are still great. Nothing compared to Intel, but when every penny counts, and you don't neccisarily need the best. (Not the people on this site obviously) they truly are the best option.

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jgottberg

I used them in my older builds maybe 4 years ago. I haven't really kept up with AMD procs since Intel is all people seem to want nowadays.

They must be pretty decent if both MS and Sony are putting AMD procs in their next gen consoles.

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AFDozerman

They're pretty much in the exact same place they've always been. 20 percent less performance for 40 percent less money.

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limitbreaker

Core i7 4960X (4 cores, 8 threads, 3.7GHz base, 3.9GHz Turbo, 10MB cache, 130W TDP)

I think you meant 4820x or something :-)

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Paul_Lilly

Ah, good catch -- it's actually a 4820K CPU.

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limitbreaker

Core i7 4920K (4 cores, 8 threads, 3.7GHz base, 3.9GHz Turbo, 10MB cache, 130W TDP)

how embarrassing :-(
I think you meant 4820k :-)
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