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post #141 of 1664
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Er sorry I meant the z97 out April and the Devils Canyon later this year lol
that's what I read also. by that time this case will be out and everyone will have a nice option to put their new devil's canyon builds in. and also haswell e builds too later on.
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I don't remember, but did anything say about haswell e in the z97 or will it be in a different chipset
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I don't remember, but did anything say about haswell e in the z97 or will it be in a different chipset
different. it's called x99. which should utilize quad channel ddr4?
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I don't remember, but did anything say about haswell e in the z97 or will it be in a different chipset

E-series processors = 2011-series sockets = X-series chipsets (not Z)

X99 chipset for Haswell-E I've heard
   
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Ah, okay, so z97 will still be ddr3, x99 will be ddr4, cool, that should give me some time to enjoy my current gear before that comes out =) I got nervous for a second and was like "new stuff coming out and my stuff is already outdated??"

Anybody here use EVGA's step up program? Apparently if it's within a certain period of time and they come out with something better you can get what you paid for your gear towards something else, titan Z sounds shmexy, I already kind of regret going sli, just due to the fact that the main game I play doesn't even have sli compatibility out the door, just forced profiles
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Ah, okay, so z97 will still be ddr3, x99 will be ddr4, cool, that should give me some time to enjoy my current gear before that comes out =) I got nervous for a second and was like "oh new stuff coming out and my stuff is already outdated??"

haha think of Z97 and X99 chipsets as members of Intel Series 9 chipsets. Number directly after the letter tells you what "series" the chipset is a member of

chipsets are grouped by socket, because the chips in the set are directly related to the number of pins on the CPU.

LGA 1156 = series-5 chipsets (P55, H57, etc.)
LGA 1155 = series-6 & series-7 chipsets (Z68, Z77, etc.)
LGA 1150 = series-8 & series-9 chipsets (Z87, Z97, etc.)

the LGA 2011 socket only receives a new chipset for every 2nd desktop generation (X58, X79, X99)

all Series-9 chipsets will support DDR4 as far as I know, which would include both the Z97 and X99 chipsets.
   
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From what I've read, although z87 and z97 both have 1150 sockets, the z87 mobo won't take the haswell refresh etc. Correct? I wonder how long it will take Asus to release maximus z97 boards, haswell e sounds really nice.... I really wanted to go ivy e, but the fact it was a little behind from haswell didn't sit right with me as much... But I guess that's just personal preference. I feel like if I'm not going to use ln2, I don't really need a extreme board aswell. I feel like I can only get so far with water
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From what I've read, although z87 and z97 both have 1150 sockets, the z87 mobo won't take the haswell refresh etc. Correct? I wonder how long it will take Asus to release maximus z97 boards, haswell e sounds really nice.... I really wanted to go ivy e, but the fact it was a little behind from haswell didn't sit right with me as much... But I guess that's just personal preference. I feel like if I'm not going to use ln2, I don't really need a extreme board aswell. I feel like I can only get so far with water

I believe the Haswell refresh will basically be a compromise between Haswell and Broadwell, because development is behind on the latter. so, the Haswell refresh is rumored to be LGA 1150 and compatible with both series-8 & series-9 chipsets.

as far as E-series processors, they always come out after the next desktop generation.. Sandy Bridge-E came out after Ivy Bridge, just like Ivy-Bridge-E came out after Haswell and Haswell-E will come out after Broadwell (well, when Broadwell was supposed to come out).

desktop processors and E-series processors (which are basically server CPUs) do not progress along the same road map, thus the staggering of release and reiteration of chipsets.

this might help you: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/public-roadmap-article.html
   
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Instead of sending this board to ASUS and paying over the top prices for a refurbished board, I am just going to go with Z97, next month. I didn't know this supports DDR4. Do you have a reference to support that? If so, that is somewhat bittersweet as I would opt to buy some ram which aint cheap these days. I spent about $165 on my current 16GB kit. I assume DDR4 >> DDR3 so it is worth the upgrade costs.

I should still be able to run my current haswell chip on Z97 and wait for Broadwell to upgrade cpu. Probably a better course of action for me than sticking with Z87.redface.gif
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all Series-9 chipsets will support DDR4 as far as I know, which would include both the Z97 and X99 chipsets.
after further reading, this is incorrect. Z97 will be DDR3 compatible. Not DDR4. The new packaging for DDR4 is a 288 pin module. DDR2/3 are 240 pin dimms so one can conclude the z97 boards are going to be released with DDR3 compatibility and thus will not be DDR4 compatible. It will be another year or two before mainstream boards switch to DDR4.
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