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post #11 of 30
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Originally Posted by TPE-331 View Post

Lots of good information here, thanks for putting this together. Can't wait to upgrade the i7 920 and 980x.

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no problem brother.. HOOAH. cheers.gif
post #12 of 30
good read
post #13 of 30
Great post +rep.
Not impressed with Haswell, dont like Intel's mobile transition - I WANT PERFORMANCE
post #14 of 30
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thanks gents..
trying to find some good info on the mobile sector...!
post #15 of 30
I'm very interested in seeing how these overclock and how good the temps are. I just bought a new $400 MOBO for my delidded Ivy Bridge so I'm going to be happy for a while it's just going to be nice to have something new to read about. I wonder if they are going to use TIM. I bet they will.
post #16 of 30
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yes it seems the TIM and overclocking / heat is the 'elephant in the room' that everyone wants info about.
imagine if getting 5.0GHz on air... one can only wish for now.

today looking for some release dates..
post #17 of 30
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Intel Haswell E launch rumoured for 2013
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Details have leaked about Intel's planned replacement for the Intel Sandy Bridge E enthusiast-grade processor family, suggesting that Ivy Bridge is being skipped in favour of a jump straight to the next-generation Haswell platform.

Intel's Sandy Bridge E processors, released to the public in November 2011, Intel's Core i7-monikered Sandy Bridge E chips packed Xeon-like hardware into top-end enthusiast-grade packaging. Requiring an entirely new socket type - LGA 2011 - the chips haven't exactly set the retail world alight, but are still a popular choice among gamers looking for top-end performance with no care as to the price-tag.

Since the Sandy Bridge E chips hit the market, however, Ivy Bridge has been released. Offering a process shrink to 22nm and Intel's heavily-hyped tri-gate transistor technology, Ivy Bridge chips easily outperform their last-generation Sandy Bridge equivalents - but there has been no sign of an Ivy Bridge E to replace the Sandy Bridge E family, leaving those who splashed out on an LGA 2011 board with a last-generation processor.

An anonymous source speaking to TweakTown may have an explanation for that: Intel is allegedly planning to skip Ivy Bridge altogether - despite the recent appearance of Ivy Bridge E engineering samples - making its next E-family release a Haswell part.

The next-generation replacement for Ivy Bridge, Haswell is an architectural improvement rather than a process node shift. Packing new features - such as the Haswell New Instructions (HNI), transactional memory technology and a power draw so low as to offer laptops a ten-day 'always-connected' standby lifespan on a single charge. In short: Haswell, if it lives up to Intel's promises, could be a real winner in both the desktop and laptop markets.

According to TweakTown's source, Haswell will form the heart of the next E-series processor range from Intel. With the source pointing to a release by the end of the year, and Haswell expected to be announced - if not made available through retail channels - at Computex in June, the timing certainly adds up: releasing an enthusiast-grade high-performance product based on a last-generation architecture months after the new architecture has been unveiled certainly doesn't seem like a winning sales strategy.

For those who have LGA 2011 motherboards already, however, there comes some bad news: the same unnamed source claims that the new Haswell E chips will require a brand-new chipset dubbed X99, meaning it is unlikely to be compatible with existing X79-based LGA 2011 motherboards.

Intel, naturally, has refused to comment on the source's claims, reiterating only that it does not comment on what it calls 'industry rumour or speculation regarding unannounced products.' The presence of engineering samples, plus rumblings from industry sources of a confirmed 2013 launch for X79-compatible Ivy Bridge E parts, however, mean this particular rumour should be taken with a grain of salt.





adding more info..
Edited by malmental - 4/1/13 at 6:10am
post #18 of 30
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Intel Corporation (INTC) To Release Haswell By End Of This Year [REPORT]
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Intel said the PC market would continue to disappoint in near-term, but the sales may rise in the latter half of this year
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Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC), the world’s largest semiconductor maker is expected to release PC Haswell in June at Computex, Taiwan.

The next generation of Clovertrail is likely to hit the market in the fourth quarter of this year, says Sterne Agee analyst Vijay Rakesh. The investment research firm held several meetings with the chipmaker’s management to discuss the company’s various strategies.

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) said the PC market would continue to disappoint in near-term, but the sales may rise in the latter half of this year. The analyst believes that Intel would face multiple near-term challenges as the company continues to work on its L-T strategy to expand into uncharted territories.

Sterne Agee expects Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) to introduce Haswell at a competitive price. The 22nm Haswell chip runs on 10W power consumption and gives 2X graphics performance compared to 17W of Ivybridge and 22W of Sandybridge. Intel says it can drive 2x battery life compared to Ivybridge at 4-5 hours. Baytrail, which is the next generation of Clovertrail for Tablets, has more than 10 hours of battery life.

Another focus is its foundry business. Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) said its agreement with Altera Corporation (NASDAQ:ALTR) is non-exclusive. So, that will not prevent the company from signing up other communication FPGA candidates. The other companies that have expressed interest in its foundry business are ZTE Corporation (SHE:000063), Juniper Networks, Inc. (NYSE:JNPR), Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) and Huawei Technology Co Ltd (SHE:002502) among others.

Sterne Agee said that the company is still searching for a new chief executive offer, as Paul Otellini is retiring in May. Rakesh said he thinks that the chipmaker has a strong work ethics, so the new CEO could be an internal hiring or someone who is already familiar with the company’s workings.

The investment research firm expects Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) to post $12.3 billion in the first quarter revenues with net income of $2.07 billion. Total sales for the full year are expected to come at $53.30 billion with net income of $9.67 billion.
post #19 of 30
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Google code hints at Intel Haswell-based Chromebook
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Summary: Code changes committed to open source BIOS replacement Coreboot suggest Google has started work on a Haswell-based Chromebook.
Google appears to have begun preparing for the release of Chromebooks based on Intel's forthcoming Haswell processor.

Google software engineer Stefan Reinauer, who works on boot code for Chromebooks' ChromeOS, last week committed Haswell-related code changes to Coreboot, a fast boot open source BIOS replacement for Linux systems.

Google Chrome OS vendor support was added to Coreboot last year, when Reinauer wrote: "Google's Chrome OS can be booted super fast and safely using Coreboot".

Reinauer's new Haswell-related code commits last week included haswell: use dynamic cbmem and haswell boards: support added chromeos function.

Haswell is the codename for Intel's forthcoming 22nm chip, whose low power drain is targeted at mobile devices. Intel has said that Haswell-based devices could get double the battery life compared to devices using its third generation Ivy Bridge processors.

Google Chromebooks are budget machines that run the Chrome OS, a Google built, Linux-based OS designed around web apps and online use. Earlier this year Google revealed the Chromebook Pixel, a $1,299 machine with a far higher spec than the base range.

The current range of Chromebooks feature the Arm Cortex A-15 based Samsung Exynos 5 processor or a dual-core Intel Celeron CPU, while the Pixel is based on a 1.8GHz dual core Intel Core i5 processor.

Google declined to comment.
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