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News Intel's Haswell Lynx Point chipset details leak

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by brumgrunt, 17 Feb 2012.

  1. brumgrunt

    brumgrunt New Member

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    Interesting omission from that slide - no Thunderbolt controller to speak of. Is it still going to be a discrete chip come 2013?
     
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    95w to 35w? That seems kind of off compared to Ivy Bridge. Top of the line Ivy Bridge supposedly is going to be released with a TDP of 73w. I don't think the bottom of the range T series processors have a reported TDP yet, but I'd think probably lower than 35w as current Sandy Bridge low end dual core T series processors already have a TDP of 35w. Unless that means hexacore Haswell processors (and not Haswell-E series), which I don't think are supposedly in the works at all.
     
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    l3v1ck Fueling the world, one oil well at a time.

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    Will there be a new chip set for ivy bridge? Or are we stuck the the rebadged ancient excuse for a chipset Intel are selling at the moment?
     
  5. azazel1024

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    I guess you haven't paid attention to anything the last year.

    Yes, new chipset, Panther Point.
     
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