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    SweClockers -Intel Haswell-E is launched on August 29

    Is x99 here soon

    from swedeclockers website

    http://www.sweclockers.com/nyhet/191...den-29-augusti

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    Allegedly introduced to SweClockers Haswell-E on August 29, about two weeks earlier than first expected . On that date the media may post reviews while retailers are allowed to list processors as well as the motherboard.

    Very suggests the there may be a shortage of components. Some larger shipments of processors in the Core i7-5000 series is not yet speaking of and simultaneously reported the availability of DDR4 memory is limited, so it may take until September before it is possible to stitch together computer package with the new Haswell-E.

    The flagship of the new processor family is called Core i7-5960X and contains eight cores at 3.0 GHz with turbo mode 3.3 GHz. This includes 20 MB of L3 cache, 40 channels PCI Express 3.0 and TDP-value 140W . processor end up in the same price range as the current Core i7-4960X, around 9000 Euros including VAT.

    The åttakärniga model followed up by six-core Core and Core i7-5930K i7-5820K with frequencies 3,5 / 3,7 GHz and 3,3 / 3,6 GHz and 15 MB L3 cache to 140 W TDP. In addition to the frequencies is the main difference to the Core i7-5930K offers 40 PCI Express 3.0 lanes while scaled-down Core i7-5820K goes down to 28 pieces. 29,release

    The processors with the architecture Haswell-E belongs to the new socket LGA 2011-3 with the X99 chipset, which delivers several new features compared to its predecessor, the X79. Among the highlights are mentioned six USB 3.0, ten SATA 6.0 Gbps and a bunch of PCI Express 2.0, which motherboard manufacturers can use for SSD storage with high-speed interface SATA Express form factor and M.2.

    Finally, processor family first with support for the new DDR4 memory standard. Here comes four memory channels in up to 2133 MHz, a standard limit as usual, can be crossed with overclocking.


    Now Newegg has ddr4 listed for Aug 29,2014 release date

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...20DDR4%20SDRAM

    TTL said on Facebook that he will review 3 ndas,could it be x99 motherboards??
    Last edited by 01 Wolverine; 08-14-2014 at 01:41 AM.

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    Cannot confirm or deny that this may or may not occur.

    There are known knowns, known unknowns and unknown knows.

    Oh look, everyone, a squirrel!

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    in thy pantz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 01 Wolverine View Post
    around 9000 Euros including VAT.
    Glad that's including VAT!

    Quote Originally Posted by kkn View Post
    in thy pantz.
    LOL

    And the unknown unknowns?

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    980 Euro that is ... 9000 SEK...

    who cares.. i need one hehe
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    It's a good sign that there are some DDR4 around, but it 's a bad sign that only one maker supplies them. The listed prices are high and the speeds are low. This market needs more suppliers. It may be a good thing that I'm busy with another OC project for a while.

    Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by jab383 View Post
    It's a good sign that there are some DDR4 around, but it 's a bad sign that only one maker supplies them. The listed prices are high and the speeds are low. This market needs more suppliers. It may be a good thing that I'm busy with another OC project for a while.

    Jeff
    Crucial has the best mem because Micron are saving it for them. DDR4 3000 ICs are few and far between currently. I am checking DRAM market for Hynix/Samsung IC availability.

    EDIT: Samsung don't have DDR4 available, Hynix do but I can't find much info on it and seems Micron is the better IC right now.
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    DDR4 memory pre-orders.

    http://www.overclockers.co.uk/produc...08/ddr4-memory

    Shifting to Intel soon. How long do have to wait for the X99's?

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    Certain dates listed in this thread already might hint at a possibility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randyenergy View Post
    DDR4 memory pre-orders.

    http://www.overclockers.co.uk/produc...08/ddr4-memory

    Shifting to Intel soon. How long do have to wait for the X99's?
    the @asus guys are under NDA from their boss so they can only "hint" like marshall just did.
    and not give out enny info until press release.

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