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Monday, 23 June 2014 08:46

Haswell-E to launch in September

Written by Fudzilla staff



LGA2011-3 package, three parts

Haswell-E, Intel’s next generation extreme platform, is set to launch by the end of the summer, according to a leaked document obtained by VR Zone

The new Haswell-E chips, along with the X99 chipset, should debut in September. There is no specific date yet, but the launch could be timed to coincide with the Intel Developer Forum, which kicks off on September 9.

Haswell-E will be intel’s first professional desktop platform to support DDR4 memory. The series is expected to feature three chips at launch. The Core i7-5820K and i7-4930K are six-cores, while the role of Intel big core flagship goes to the Core i7-5960X.

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