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    Default 14 nm "Broadwell" A True System-on-Chip



    With the 14 nm "Broadwell" architecture, Intel will take a new step towards integration of the platform-controller hub (PCH) with the CPU, by designing it to be a multi-chip module (with the CPU+northbridge in one die, and PCH on the other). This would make "Broadwell" a true System-on-chip (SoC), which allows over 90 percent of the system's I/O to be routed to the processor socket, including memory, PCI-Express, SATA, USB, etc.

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    Default Re: 14 nm "Broadwell" A True System-on-Chip

    release date ?
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    Default Re: 14 nm "Broadwell" A True System-on-Chip

    Ivy summer '12, Ivy-E Fall '12, Haswell Spring '13 LOL (but really at the pace their at WTF?@?) I remember when 90nm tech came out and it was the shizzz

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    Default Re: 14 nm "Broadwell" A True System-on-Chip

    So this would eliminate the need for a chipset pretty much right?

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    Default Re: 14 nm "Broadwell" A True System-on-Chip

    Quote Originally Posted by KEEVS View Post
    Ivy summer '12, Ivy-E Fall '12, Haswell Spring '13 LOL (but really at the pace their at WTF?@?) I remember when 90nm tech came out and it was the shizzz
    i read that there not going to release ivy-e till q2 2013 i was there when vic-20 was the bomb and the 2600 and the adam computer
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    Default Re: 14 nm "Broadwell" A True System-on-Chip

    Wot??? No beads on a rack????

    I remember the vic-20 too
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    Default Re: 14 nm "Broadwell" A True System-on-Chip

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    Wot??? No beads on a rack????

    I remember the vic-20 too
    yea i thought it was gold remember gorf
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    My 8088 was running @10MHz.
    Bad Ass green screened monster machine.

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    Default Re: 14 nm "Broadwell" A True System-on-Chip

    2013... that can be to late - according some Predictors

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    Default Re: 14 nm "Broadwell" A True System-on-Chip

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    2 mice and a wheel lol
    that is funny buddy lmfao
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    are you sure ?" that is not what i read today
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