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Intel Skylake to use DDR4 but sticks to PCI Express 3.0

Posted on Thursday, November 07 2013 @ 13:18:44 CET by


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VR Zone scooped up new details about Intel's Skylake, the processor that will succeed Broadwell in 2015. The 14nm Skylake CPU will reportedly first arrive in the workstation and server market in the form of the Greenlow platform, the E3-1200 will be the first Xeon processor in this line. This chip will use a LGA1151 socket and will have four DIMM slots to support up to 64GB of DDR4-2400 memory.

The Greenlow platform will also feature the Sunrise Point PCH and Jacksonville Phy. Sunrise Point will feature the Intel C230 chipset, which surprisingly sticks to up to 20 laes of PCIe 3.0 (and not PCIe 4). It iwll also have eight SATA 6Gbps ports and up to three SATA Express ports.

Using the Jacksonville Phy means it will support the I219LM Intel Ethernet controller.



 



 

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