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    It's not only USB 3.1 that's last problem, USB 3.1 will not become standard 1-2 years, even more.
    USB 3.0 after 5 year. We get support with X58 and they become widely used after Ivy Bridge show up.
    Market is full of USB 3.0 devices 100-200GB size, they start to show more before few months.
    But Skylake E will bring really nice improvement.
    Everything as i7-6700K, only 2-4 cores more, Intel will not use thermal paste, bigger Smart Cache,
    Quad Channel. Even if someone thought to go on Z170 as premium platform even to change X99 better to wait X190 and get everything together.
    Broadwell E I don't see how he can be interesting as Skylake E. But maybe Intel think that they should launch Broadwell E first if they didn't like how people react on Broadwell. Enthusiast almost didn't pay attention on him and they invest money in develop and prepare several months.
    If they decide to go with Broadwell E they will probably not launch and Skylake E same year.
    That mean people will wait long before Skylake E. Probably Skylake Z170 CPU revision, next platform and than in same time or later Skylake E. In mean time market will be full of fast PCI-E and M.2 devices and stronger chipset with X190 will be important. With Xtreme platform is good because they launch on 18 months new Processors and there are bigger chances for improvements than new CPU on 8 months.
    Skylake E need to use new motherboards for improvements. No doubt about that, even if socket is same that's not recommended to invest only in
    CPU. Maybe with Broadwell E yes, but with Skylake E customers only could keep memory. Little slower memory will not make problems.


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