In two CPU benchmarks
AMD was keen to show some performance figures of its upcoming eight core Ryzen SKU at the New Horizon event and has compared it to Intel's US $1049.99 priced Core i7-6900K eight core Broadwell-E CPU.
ROG Strix is a new series: “The art of expression”
On Tuesday, ASUS announced a new lineup called “ROG Strix,” beginning with the ROG Strix X99 Gaming motherboard. With this series in its ROG brand, the company is focusing heavily on dynamic lighting customization and network priority traffic control, two features that will provide gamers and enthusiasts with color-matching RGB lighting effects to inspire PC design creativity, as well as ultra-low latency multiplayer experiences.
Fully compatible with Haswell-E and Broadwell-E
On Tuesday, ASUS and its Republic of Gamers (ROG) division jointly announced three new Signature series motherboards built for Socket LGA 2011-v3, featuring ASUS exclusive technologies such as “OC Socket,” “Aura” onboard RGB lighting, ThunderboltEX 3, and SafeSlot PCI-Express designs with fortified metal and superior bracket retention mechanisms.
Compared with the Core i7-5960X
It is obvious that Intel's Broadwell-E HEDT launch is drawing near as with all the previous leaks we now have some of the first benchmarks of the flagship ten-core Core i7-6950X.
Benchmarked against Core i7 5820K Haswell-E
On Thursday, a user named Maintenance Bot on the Overclock.net forums posted a sneak peek of what to expect from Intel’s upcoming Core i7 6850K ‘Broadwell-E’ desktop chip.
One more SKU than Haswell-E
A Chinese website has leaked details about Broadwell-E which sounds pretty plausible.
Up to 20MB cache, overclockable K an X SKUs
Intel plans to launch an update to the Haswell-E high-end line of processors and it calls them Broadwell-E.
Eight cores, 140W
Intel is planning to continue making unlocked superclocked X-series processors that we all know as Haswell-E or Sandy Bridge-E.
Coming in 2016