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Z97 boards will be able to use both the haswell refresh chips and broadwell. Current z87 will be able to use only haswell refresh chips but unable to work with broawell.

cooool. Seems like the wait paid off smile.gif. I dont have a Main Rig at the moment....last one was like back in 2006 with a pentium 4 at 3 ghz lol...im using a laptop for now.

So this upgrade will definitely be good for me. Ill be buying a z97 board, buy an i3 refresed haswell and then when broadwell is released, get whatever the higher end CPU is smile.gif. Skylake can wait anyways. lol

So excited now to upgrade.... eeeeee
post #132 of 141
So... just one more cycle before I might actually see some tangible benefits from upgrading to something newer than my 980x? Good. That will line up nicely with a total new system instead of an arduous and wasteful motherboard+cpu swap.
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despite getting the upgrade for free I'm pretty upset about making the jump from z77 to z87 given this new information. I've been sitting on a crappy 4770k saying to myself, "well broadwell should work" just disappointed and at the same time I know that at some point I'll probably end up buying broadwell just for the sake of playing with it, just like everyone else.
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I wonder when it'll be worth replacing my 2500k Sandy Bridge.
Exactly. If I get a decent internship this summer I'd be tempted to upgrade for the sake of building a new rig.
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despite getting the upgrade for free I'm pretty upset about making the jump from z77 to z87 given this new information. I've been sitting on a crappy 4770k saying to myself, "well broadwell should work" just disappointed and at the same time I know that at some point I'll probably end up buying broadwell just for the sake of playing with it, just like everyone else.
I know I've been waiting for Skylake but I have the upgrade itch. And I was going to change cases and add an AiO cooler and fans. Maybe I'll sell off my Z77 gear and upgrade. Worth looking into just to cut the cost of upgrading.
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With no competition from anyone Intel can just bump us 5 to 8% per gen now.
Is this just for retail computer components or oem builders as well?

Do computers made by the likes of Dell inch up their prices at the same time?
post #137 of 141
Just read this on wccftech.com

"Broadwell-E will work with Intel’s X99 Motherboard “Wellsburg” which should settle fears of Intel migrating to a new motherboard once and for all. It also means that those who like to update regularly can buy Haswell-E when it comes out without fear and later upgrade to Broadwell-E with the same configuration. Broadwell-E will support DDR4 Ram and will probably have more frequency overhead than Haswell-E as is traditionally the case. Oh and another very important thing.

This source claims that Intel is having problems again and Haswell-E will NOT be pushed back to June as was leaked before and that it will come in Q3 after all. I do not know what to make of this since previously all sources had maintained that Haswell-E would come in June, but I am going to pass on the message.

The E Series SKUs are generally the HEDT portion of Intel’s lineup and usually the processors the enthusiasts go for. From here on, begins pure speculation on my part. Haswell-E’s DDR4 Frequency overhead is at 2133Mhz and I expect Broadwell-E’s to be at 2400Mhz. The SKUS will most probably will follow the normal nomenclature with just the addition of 5. i.e. i7-5960X, i7-5930K and i7-5820K. They will most probably scale upto 8 Cores and 16 Threads. Their TDP should be less than 130W probably around 110W."
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like sandy-e and ivy-e very nice biggrin.gif it is from wccftech though so i wont hold my breath yet.
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Ya that 980x/990x is still an awesome chip today. Was thinking the same thing my self. Here i come 5930k 8 CORE>
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Basically the first batch of processors will include about 20 SKUs including the Core i7-4790 and 4790S, Core i5-4690, 4590, 4460, 4590S, 4460S, Core i3-4360, 4150T, Pentium G3450 and Celeron G1840. Needless to say the 4790 will be the i7 Flagship and the 4690 will be the i5 Flagship. 10 of these are now available for Pre-Order

what does "flagship" mean in this context? i hear the term so much used like this but i never understood what they mean by that.
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