1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.

CPU Intel to skip Ivy-e and go straight to Haswell-e?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by phoenixck, 25 Jun 2013.

  1. phoenixck

    phoenixck New Member

    Joined:
    7 Jan 2012
    Posts:
    461
    Likes Received:
    6
    I was speaking to a friend who works for a rival of Intel (in the mobile market) and we were discussing the new haswell releases. I expressed my surprise that ivy-e hadn't been released, and was informed that Intel were actually going straight to Haswell-e. Started looking around for articles to back this up and many seem to suggest a haswell-e q4 2013 or q1 2014 release, which wouldn't leave room for an ivy-e release.

    Take the above with a pinch of salt of course, but what do you guys think?
     
  2. Corky42

    Corky42 Where's walle?

    Joined:
    30 Oct 2012
    Posts:
    9,444
    Likes Received:
    338
  3. Guest-16

    Guest-16 Guest

    In response to the title: No.
     
  4. phoenixck

    phoenixck New Member

    Joined:
    7 Jan 2012
    Posts:
    461
    Likes Received:
    6
    Fair enough bindi, I did say take with salt!
     
  5. meandmymouth

    meandmymouth Well-Known Member

    Joined:
    15 Sep 2009
    Posts:
    3,733
    Likes Received:
    161
    I did read an article a while ago that mentioned skipping Ivy-E but plenty has been written since to suggest otherwise. I think Bindi's answer is plenty clear enough, too.
     
  6. Guest-16

    Guest-16 Guest

    :)


    I hope you understand I can't elaborate.
     
  7. Uxon

    Uxon Member

    Joined:
    14 Dec 2010
    Posts:
    446
    Likes Received:
    11
    Hurrah for solder is what I say :D lets hope we see some decent clocking chips (hopefully without the power consumption of the SB-E hex cores).
     
  8. RedFlames

    RedFlames ...is not a Belgian football team

    Joined:
    23 Apr 2009
    Posts:
    11,885
    Likes Received:
    1,546
    Of course you *can*... you just not going to because you'll be beaten mercilessly by your employers... and/or fired...

    Reading between the lines... IB-E is just around the corner... [which in my head = sometime in the next 3-6 months]
     
  9. damien c

    damien c Mad FPS Gamer

    Joined:
    31 Aug 2010
    Posts:
    2,762
    Likes Received:
    110
    I am thinking the same, which is why I am holding off buying the waterblocks for my motherboard as I am waiting to see what the Rampage V Extreme is like, if/when it gets released but will have to wait and see.
     
  10. Guest-16

    Guest-16 Guest

    :)

    The 'cooks' are 'brewing' something 'tasty'.

    :worried:

    EDIT: (That's still a motherboard reference, not drugs)
     
  11. Harlequin

    Harlequin Well-Known Member

    Joined:
    4 Jun 2004
    Posts:
    7,071
    Likes Received:
    179
    IIRC IB-E is slated for September 2013 release
     
  12. Nexxo

    Nexxo Queue Jumper

    Joined:
    23 Oct 2001
    Posts:
    33,687
    Likes Received:
    1,290
    Is there a difference? :p
     
  13. Guest-16

    Guest-16 Guest

    Our motherboards are RoHS compliant. Try and smoke one if you want, but it's not like it used to be.
     
    notmeagain likes this.
  14. damien c

    damien c Mad FPS Gamer

    Joined:
    31 Aug 2010
    Posts:
    2,762
    Likes Received:
    110
    Waterblocks already on the R5E please!!!!!!

    :D :thumb:
     
  15. Guest-16

    Guest-16 Guest

    We'll only ever do hybrid 'sinks, we can't only sell a waterblock. As such, all heatsinks require a specific level of thermal mass in order to be properly air cooled. With the limited space available for VRMs on the LGA2011, a hybrid 'sink is very difficult imo.

    That said, I'm not aware at all what RD are doing on any future projects. I only get shown once it's done. Maybe they solve it and go hybrid, I dunno. EK will undoubtedly make a kit though.
     
  16. damien c

    damien c Mad FPS Gamer

    Joined:
    31 Aug 2010
    Posts:
    2,762
    Likes Received:
    110
    Hybrid is what I meant lol my bad.

    I hope they do manage it though with a barb thread rather than pre fitted barbs, so I can choose the tube size I want to use rather than being limited to one size.
     
  17. phoenixck

    phoenixck New Member

    Joined:
    7 Jan 2012
    Posts:
    461
    Likes Received:
    6
    I thought most recent hybrid boards had standard g1/4 holes to fit a barb of your choice?
     
  18. Guest-16

    Guest-16 Guest

    Yes they do. Every hybrid heatsink we do from now on will only feature G1/4s. It'll be fun to watch the rest of the field copy our design LOL ;)
     
  19. damien c

    damien c Mad FPS Gamer

    Joined:
    31 Aug 2010
    Posts:
    2,762
    Likes Received:
    110
  20. lysaer

    lysaer Suck my unit! Kirk lazarus (2008)

    Joined:
    15 May 2010
    Posts:
    1,467
    Likes Received:
    71

Share This Page