More on Intel 14nm Broadwell Q4 2014 Delay

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Earlier on we already posted that Intel broadwell was delayed to Q4 2014. It seems to be aprtly true as the primary portion of Broadwell is currently on track the ‘Y’ ‘U...

    More on Intel 14nm Broadwell Q4 2014 Delay
     
  2. Bentez

    Bentez Maha Guru

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    So if the Z97 Chipset is launching in May when are we expecting the 4770k Broadwell equivalent?
     
  3. BLEH!

    BLEH! Ancient Guru

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    End of the year, best. Transition to 14 nm can't be easy.
     
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    Solfaur Ancient Guru

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    Yea, autumn 2014 or later. I think we will see Haswell-E sooner than Broadwell.
     

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    thatguy91 Ancient Guru

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    I wonder if they'll release a Z97 revision when desktop Broadwell is released. What's next? Z107?

    8-core AMD Excavator would be interesting.
     
  6. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    No. Z97 is Broadwell chipset and by the looks of it Z87 will be compatible after all.
     
  7. BLEH!

    BLEH! Ancient Guru

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    lol, 107.

    With any luck, AMD will release a 16-core monster that Hilbert posted about a few weeks back.
     
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    CPC_RedDawn Ancient Guru

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    Sorry I am confused now...

    I thought Haswell-E was going to be on 2011 socket

    and Broadwell was going to be a refresh of the current Haswell's and use the new Z97 chipset and I thought current 1150skt mobos were not compatible with the new CPU's as they moved the voltage regulator back off the CPU back to the motherboard? I also thought broadwell was going to use a different socket with more or less pins?

    I bet I am completely wrong lmao :/
     
  9. BLEH!

    BLEH! Ancient Guru

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    Haswell uses a varient of 2011, not pin compatible with current SB-E and IB-E.
     
  10. Bentez

    Bentez Maha Guru

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    Is Broadwell tick or tock?
     

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    Solfaur Ancient Guru

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    It's a refresh for Haswell, like Ivy Bridge was for Sandy Bridge, so I guess that's a ... tock? Not sure lol. :bonk:
     
  12. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    That rumor was never confirmed by intel and since Haswell refresh is compatible with z87 (first info MSI mobos) so should be Broadwell - its based on Haswell refresh power design (Lga1150), both native Z97.

    Heck if i must mention this again, even Intel rep/ceo said this once "you can plug it in into existing systems (Z87, etc.) and brand new systems (z97, etc.) with broad range of fanless designs"


    btw, Haswell-E will use X99 chipset
     

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