Leaked Roadmap Reveals Intel's Desktop Processor Plans Through 2015

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John Pombrio

14nm parts will be severely restricted as to overclocking as the heat will be hard to remove at that scale. Will that finally be the end to overclocking for me? I am already on the edge of not bothering any more.

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JosephColt

I don't really bother overclocking to much myself anymore these days, there just isn't much point. I will still do a quick manual overclock to 4.2ghz at a lower voltage here and there, but outside of that there isn't much need anymore.

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jgottberg

At least they finally got off the "*well" campaign train.

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Sir Hobbes3

They dried up the well, so now it's time to dry up the LAKE!

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Ninjawithagun

Dry humor is more like it :P

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jgottberg

"Like"

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jgottberg

Nicely played!

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vrmlbasic

Perhaps it ran dry ;)

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Dorito Bandit

I wonder if Broadwell will be compatible with the Z87 boards as well? I hope so.

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The Mac

some will. Just like devils canyon.

They will need to have the correct power requirements.