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Sandy Bridge-E
- Enthusiast/Workstation/Server
- Socket LGA 2011
- Quad channel DDR3
- Available Q4 2011

Ivy Bridge
- Mainstream/Performance
- Socket LGA 1155
- Dual channel DDR3
- Available Q1 2012

Ivy Bridge-E
- Enthusiast/Workstation/Server
- Socket LGA 2011
- Quad channel DDR3
- Available Q4 2012

Haswell
- Mainstream/Performance
- Socket unknown
- RAM unknown, possibly DDR4 (which will probably not benefit from being run in x channel)
- Available Q1 2013

Haswell-E
- Enthusiast/Workstation/Server
- Socket unknown, possibly LGA 2011
- RAM unknown
- Available Q4 2013
Edited by Brod - 9/3/11 at 1:40pm
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