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Message 1429399 - Posted: 16 Oct 2013, 21:04:22 UTC

Production on the new Broadwell chip has been delayed until 1st qtr.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/10/15/us-intel-results-idUSBRE99E0Y520131015?feedType=RSS&feedName=technologyNews


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Message 1431969 - Posted: 22 Oct 2013, 21:46:13 UTC - in response to Message 1429399.  

Broadwell 14nm cpus, so far this applies only to socket 1150 and not to socket 2011 in the X99 chipset, thankfully I can access IVY Bridge-E on X79(22nm) on My EVGA X79 Classified motherboard, to go to Haswell-E I'd need an X99 motherboard and DDR4 ram and that ram is supposed to be a bit pricey.
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Message 1431977 - Posted: 22 Oct 2013, 22:02:01 UTC

Not going to worry me much at all as my 2500K isn't due for an upgrade for at least another 3-4yrs.

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Message 1432366 - Posted: 23 Oct 2013, 21:11:19 UTC

I waiting for the Haswell E series (8 core/16 thread) CPU to be released around the middle of 2014 before I build. After reading this I may see if I can hold out until Broad well is released. I will have to wait and see how my current system holds out. I feel I need to build at the very latest in early 2015 as I build my current I 7 980 X (32 nm) in June 2010
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Message 1432554 - Posted: 24 Oct 2013, 10:34:36 UTC - in response to Message 1432366.  
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I waiting for the Haswell E series (8 core/16 thread) CPU to be released around the middle of 2014 before I build. After reading this I may see if I can hold out until Broad well is released. I will have to wait and see how my current system holds out. I feel I need to build at the very latest in early 2015 as I build my current I 7 980 X (32 nm) in June 2010


When you get ready to get rid of your 980, I'll be glad to take it off your hands. That way I can swap out my 950 for it and retire my 930, replacing it with the 950. I've got just the MB for it. With a couple of GTX780s or later to replace the GTX660s, I can then retire the GTX460SE. PM me when you're ready and I'll make sure it has a very good home.


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Message 1432780 - Posted: 24 Oct 2013, 20:23:02 UTC - in response to Message 1432554.  

I waiting for the Haswell E series (8 core/16 thread) CPU to be released around the middle of 2014 before I build. After reading this I may see if I can hold out until Broad well is released. I will have to wait and see how my current system holds out. I feel I need to build at the very latest in early 2015 as I build my current I 7 980 X (32 nm) in June 2010


When you get ready to get rid of your 980, I'll be glad to take it off your hands. That way I can swap out my 950 for it and retire my 930, replacing it with the 950. I've got just the MB for it. With a couple of GTX780s or later to replace the GTX660s, I can then retire the GTX460SE. PM me when you're ready and I'll make sure it has a very good home.

Thank you very much for your kind offer Cliff. There is one major problem and that is I am in New Zealand and you are in the States, if you were in New Zealand I would be delighted to organise a trade.
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Message 1432974 - Posted: 25 Oct 2013, 1:14:07 UTC - in response to Message 1432366.  

I waiting for the Haswell E series (8 core/16 thread) CPU to be released around the middle of 2014 before I build. After reading this I may see if I can hold out until Broad well is released. I will have to wait and see how my current system holds out. I feel I need to build at the very latest in early 2015 as I build my current I 7 980 X (32 nm) in June 2010

Haswell-E will require not only a whole new X99 motherboard, but DDR4 ram as well, I'm going to Ivy Bridge-E(22nm cpu) on My EVGA X79 Classified XL-ATX motherboard, Bios is now at v2.03. I'll have the 4820K cpu in about April or so, but I have a few other parts to get before it replaces the 1156 cpu(45nm) and motherboard here.
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Message 1433023 - Posted: 25 Oct 2013, 5:07:38 UTC

In 3 years I will be able to build another cruncher and replace my I7 920. So I hope by then every manufacturer has all the kinks worked out for all this new hardware coming out.

But by then my I7 3770's will be old dogs. It never ends does it:)
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Message 1433047 - Posted: 25 Oct 2013, 6:15:03 UTC - in response to Message 1433023.  

In 3 years I will be able to build another cruncher and replace my I7 920. So I hope by then every manufacturer has all the kinks worked out for all this new hardware coming out.

But by then my I7 3770's will be old dogs. It never ends does it:)

Unless Intel and AMD, among others, move away from purely Silicon, it could end soon, as the limit is being reached and 14nm is getting really, really, really, really, really, really tiny. Carbon nano tubes are being looked at so that one can go lower of course and an experimental something or other has been made, but beyond that I don't know, but then I've watched cpus from when the 8088 was first introduced...
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