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Old 14th Jun 2013, 11:31   #1
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Leaked Intel roadmap details new Socket 2011, Haswell parts

Fills in the top and bottom nicely.
http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...roadmap-leak/1
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Old 14th Jun 2013, 12:57   #2
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Well according to the leaked performance figures for IB-E, they are not going to be worth it for current LGA 2011 users since you get about a 10% improvement at stock speed, but iirc they didn't mention about the temperatures.
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On one side, a person who needs more performance than what current $250 - $360 Intel quad cores offer, is not your typical PC user. So, this is not gonna make much of a difference for your typical desktop PC user who only stresses his CPU when gaming. On the other side, even for gaming, using a GPU to process physics and AI yields much better results than a multi core CPU and is more efficient, power wise.

Here's what a 42 GFLOPs-rated GPU can do compared to a quad core CPU in physics processing:
http://media.bestofmicro.com/X/V/365...lbenchmark.png
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Hmm, no mention of a new X99 chipset - just X79 with Ivy Bridge E support - maybe we won't need new motherboards - Wishful Thinking Mode - ON [X] OFF [ ]
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Haswell-E will need a new MoBo AFAIK, but going on the mistakes i have made with Haswell-E so far it maybe a good idea to read for your self
http://legitreviews.com/news/15686/
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