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Old Apr 20, 2011, 01:25 PM   #1
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Intel Intel Sandy Bridge-E Roadmap Leaked

A leaked Intel Roadmap reveals the Sandy Bridge-E

The latest from Intel Roadmap shows

Sandy Bridge-E will offer three versions of the first

Two of which six core products
3.3GHz, 15M Cache
3.2GHz, 12M Cache

A four core products
3.6GHz, 10M Cache

So now Intel released in the fourth quarter. . .

(please visit the source link for more information and the roadmap itself)...


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Old Apr 20, 2011, 01:28 PM   #2
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I see a 3.2GHz, 12M Cache in my future if the price is right.
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I see a 3.2GHz, 12M Cache in my future if the price is right.
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will these fit in z-68 chipsets? or will they need an entirely new mobo?
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will these fit in z-68 chipsets? or will they need an entirely new mobo?
These will be X79 chipset bound, you will not see a 6 series chipset for socket 2011. Intel has it's sights set on making people forget the 6 series as quickly as they can. Thank the SATA2 bug for that. I believe X79 was originally slated to be called X69 before the P67 bug made the 6 series look bad. Intel hates reminders of failure.

Don't get me wrong, I love Intel CPUs right now, but I rarely miss a chance to take a pot shot at them when the shooting is good. Old habits and all that
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A newer leak of info also indicates that some SnB-E CPUs may come bundled with a self-contained liquid cooler similar to Corsair's H50.
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