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    Default New Intel roadmap, "Sandy Bridge E", "Ivy Bridge" and more






    Already a few days in Asia, a recent Intel roadmap gets into the Internet that reveals the plans of the group until the first half of 2012. And, of course is the high-end solution, "Sandy Bridge E," but also "Ivy Bridge" and moving updates of many current models.

    Things "Sandy Bridge E" for the desktop clear in the films from the eleventh week of the year (mid-March), among others, the advantages over the "Sugar Bay" platform based on the current "Sandy Bridge" or the "Maho Bay" - platform, with the "Ivy Bridge" introduced early in 2012. And of course the support is one of two graphics cards with 16 lanes, the new quad-channel interface with the base R and 2011 contact surfaces, and of course more L3 cache, and more processor cores and threads.
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    I did see socket flexibility across Sandybridge/Inybridge on the chart........ What gives there?

    Quad channel doesn't impress me. I do not see any benefit.....

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