Forget Intel Haswell, Broadwell on the Way

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  1. Jayayess1190

    Jayayess1190 Waiting on Intel Skylake

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    • 14nm, release in 2014
    • Under 15W TDP ULV's in Dual Core's
    • 35/55W TDP for Quad Core's

     
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    Trottel Notebook Virtuoso

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    I'm not so sure we'll see 22nm in 2012; maybe at the end. Also, do they plan to continue to produce the Core 2 until Sandy Bridge comes out?
     
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    Jayayess1190 Waiting on Intel Skylake

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    Probably. Intel is probably going to introduce Sandy Bridge at CES like it did with Arrandale, and there are new Core 2 Duo culv's coming this summer, so...
     
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    makaveli72 Eat.My.Shorts

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    I guess i'll be looking forward to 2013. :cool: ......Rockwell FTW! ;)
     
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    femtometer technology approaches~
    Will we be seeing one in 2015?
     
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    talin Notebook Prophet

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    Where in that timeline does Intel finally merge the southbridge with the processor package, to give us a truly SoC design?
     
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    MidnightSun Emodicon Super Moderator

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    @Jayayess1190: Hmmm, it seems like you've updated your signature's dream laptop accordingly :p
     
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    Jayayess1190 Waiting on Intel Skylake

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    Next year with Sandy Bridge.

    Of course. ;) I will be getting the new Arrandale powered Acer 1830t, so that means I can wait an extra year or so before I upgrade again.
     
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    talin Notebook Prophet

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    Awesome. :cool:
     
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    No it doesn't.

    What do you think the 6 series chipsets are for? Fashion? :D

    The southbridge functions are usually hard to scale in frequency and not performance critical to integrate onto the CPU, so it won't happen in the near future.

    Rockwell sounds merely a shrink so not exciting as Haswell. Kinda disappointed Larrabee isn't there for a true Heterogenous computing era to come.
     
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