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Intel Ivy Bridge-E delayed to second half of 2013?

Posted on Monday, March 19 2012 @ 21:21:03 CET by


X-bit Labs reports it looks like Intel's Ivy Bridge-E won't be released until the second half of 2013, which seems strange considering that Haswell will already be out by then.
Those, who expected to upgrade their extreme-performance systems six-core Intel Core i7-3900-series "Sandy Bridge-E" LGA2011 chips inside with even faster "Ivy Bridge-E" chips later this year will probably have to wait until at least the second half of 2013, as Intel has no plans to launch new generation of enthusiast processors in 2012.

The delay of Intel Corp.'s code-named "Ivy Bridge" microprocessor has apparently caused massive shift in the chipmaker's roadmap. According to what is presumably the latest version of Intel's roadmap, the company will not only postpone the release of the next-generation code-named "Haswell" chip by several months to March - June, 2013, timeframe, but will also not release enthusiast-class "Ivy Bridge-E" central processing unit (CPU) in 2012.




 



 

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