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Forget Intel Haswell, Broadwell on the Way

Discussion in 'Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades' started by Jayayess1190, Mar 16, 2010.

  1. Jayayess1190

    Jayayess1190 Waiting on Intel Skylake

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

     
  2. Trottel

    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?
     
  3. Jayayess1190

    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...
     
  4. makaveli72

    makaveli72 Eat.My.Shorts

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    I guess i'll be looking forward to 2013. :cool: ......Rockwell FTW! ;)
     
  5. VZX

    VZX Notebook Evangelist

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    femtometer technology approaches~
    Will we be seeing one in 2015?
     
  6. talin

    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?
     
  7. MidnightSun

    MidnightSun Emodicon Super Moderator

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    @Jayayess1190: Hmmm, it seems like you've updated your signature's dream laptop accordingly :p
     
  8. Jayayess1190

    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.
     
  9. talin

    talin Notebook Prophet

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    Awesome. :cool:
     
  10. IntelUser

    IntelUser Notebook Deity

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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.
     
  11. pitviper45

    pitviper45 Notebook Consultant

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    Upgrading every year is the only way to fly :D
     
  12. Jayayess1190

    Jayayess1190 Waiting on Intel Skylake

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    I don't have the money to do that. And I like skipping a few generations, makes the new machine even better.
     
  13. talin

    talin Notebook Prophet

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    Well, once I get an arrandale system, I'll be set until SoC (whenever that will be :p). :cool:
     
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    sean473 Notebook Prophet

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    i'd be a little careful... it is after all Semi Accurate.
     
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    talin Notebook Prophet

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    Any more news on Rockwell? Before this thread fades into oblivion for good. :p
     
  16. Jayayess1190

    Jayayess1190 Waiting on Intel Skylake

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    My Sandy Bridge thread has fallen into oblivion multiple times. Each time an update came I resurrected the thread. The same will happen with this one.
     
  17. City Pig

    City Pig Notebook Virtuoso

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    Except that this one is talking about something that probably won't be hitting the market for about three years and therefore is far from getting new info. :p
     
  18. a4500435

    a4500435 Notebook Evangelist

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    Forget youth, adulthood on the way...

    Forget adulthood, middle age on the way...

    Forget middle age, retirement on the way...

    Forget retirement, old age on the way...

    Forget old age, death on the way...

    Forget death, res....wait, that's it.
     
  19. tilleroftheearth

    tilleroftheearth Wisdom listens quietly...

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    forget a4500435... :)
     
  20. ill_i_bus

    ill_i_bus Notebook Guru

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    Bump and question.

    As I understand it, Intel's releases are based on a Tick-Tock principle where
    So does that mean that if I bought a notebook in 2 years or so with Haswell micro-architecture and a 22nm cpu, I can later upgrade my notebook to a 16nm Rockwell cpu?

    On wiki, they list Haswell as micro-architecture (and 22nm) and Rockwell as 'shrink/derivative' (and 16nm).

    I ask since I bought my M17 early 2009 and considering I bought it since OCZ Whitebook was touted as being so upgradeable, I later found I couldn't really upgrade much apart from the ram. The gpu is out since ATI made the upgrades (to 3870) in limited quantities for Alienware (i.e. the 4570?) and my quadcore extreme cpu was quickly replaced by the i-cores which don't fit on my mb.

    On the otherhand, my QX9300 has served me quite well and is good for overclocking, hence why it will suffice for 2 years or more still. I'm more worried about the GPU and gaming ability over the next few years.

    The last ATI mobility 4570 I saw for sale was around £800!
     

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