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[TOM] Intel's Sandy Bridge E-Series in Q4 2011?

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News of the delay stems from a document acquired by X-bit Labs. According to the paper, the processors will use the LGA2011 socket and offer "extra large cache" to maximize the overall speed of single-threaded and dual-threaded applications, the quad-channel memory controller, and "a number of other enhancements."

The documents also reveals that E-Series processors bearing four or six cores will be paired with the Intel X68 "Patsburg" core-logic set. However platforms based on the 6-core processors will offer external base frequency generators but will keep the clock-speeds of USB, SATA and other buses locked. This will allow users to boost the clock speed of the CPU by increasing the Direct Media Interface (DMI) frequencies.
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Damnnnnnnnnnnnn
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Damnnnnnnnnnnnn
I know. LGA2011 is going to be epic.
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I know. LGA2011 is going to be epic.
epically expensive too
    
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epically expensive too
Obviously. But wasn't Nehalem expensive as well? (not too good on my cpu manufacturing tech. the first lga1366's were nehalem, right?)
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What would a 2600E be? 6-cores?

If only a quad then how will the E-series differ from the K model?

Edit - I fail at reading apparently.
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Ugh. This waiting game sucks.
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yeah, and when Q4 gets here, deerp, delayed until Q2 2012
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So its gonna be 50 x 100= 5ghz on sb vs 25 x 200= 5ghz on 2011?!?!
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X68 for the win. Quad Channel memory and 40 PCIe lanes.

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