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Intel high-end desktop platform is next in line for a refresh once the Haswell is out in the market, suggests a leaked desktop CPU roadmap. The next set of high-end processors will be named Ivy Bridge-E and these will replace the current models of Sandy Bridge-E lineup. Intel is said to initially launch three variants in Q3 2013. These processors will use LGA2011 socket but it isn’t sure whether the company will launch a new chipset for new processors or will continue using the X79 chipset. However, it is confirmed that these will use the existing 22nm tri-gate transistor design.

Intel Core i7-4960X will be the flagship model with 6 cores, 12 threads and 15MB of L3 cache. Base clock is set at 3.6 GHz with turbo of up to 4.0 GHz. The second in line is the Core i7-4930K. It is exactly same as its bigger brother in terms of cores and threads but it’ll be clocked a little lower and with a lesser cache of 12MB. The cheapest and slowest model will be the Core i7-4920K with 4 cores, 8 threads, 3.70 GHz base clock, 3.90 GHz turbo clock and 10MB of L3 cache. Its expected to retail for around $300-350.

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http://www.cpu-world.com/news_2013/2013040201_Some_details_of_upcoming_Intel_Xeon_E5_v2_and_E7_v2_CPUs.html
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Xeon E7 v2 and "Brickland" platform will be released in Q4 2013. These CPUs will incorporate up to 15 cores and up to 37.5 MB of L3 cache. The CPUs will have Hyper-threading technology enabled, as a result they will be able to execute up to 30 threads at once. The CPUs will also support VT-x, VT-d and VT-c virtualization, Turbo Boost 2.0, Trusted Execution technology, along with Intel Secure Key and OS Guard features. The processors will be coupled with C602J chipset, and will utilize up to four C102/C104 scalable memory buffers per socket. Each scalable memory buffer will support up to 3 DDR3-1600 DIMMS, as such the maximum number of DIMMS per processor is going to be 24. Other communications interfaces on Xeon E7 v2 chips will include 3 QPI links, and up to 32 lanes of PCI Express 3.0.


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IB-E still packs 6 cores not 8? Not worth buying really, I guess there is no competition in the high end CPU market Intel isn't pressured to release anything extreme or groundbreaking.
    
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Quite nice stock clocks.

But...what about the TIM. Will it be solder again or use the IB TIM rubble?
 
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4820k sounds interesting... unlocked quad-core is nice.

Disappointing the top i7 model will continue to be a 6-core part.
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Quite nice stock clocks.

But...what about the TIM. Will it be solder again or use the IB TIM rubble?

I doubt they'd use TIM on 130W+ CPUs. The lowish TDP of Ivy Bridge was probably why they decided against solder.
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While I'd like to see an 8 core top end I wonder how valuable it'd be. The more core folks are generally headed to Xeons and/or multi sockets, 6 cores seems to be the happy medium.
 
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