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Intel prepping eight-core Haswell-E with 140W TDP for Q1 2016

Posted on Friday, February 13 2015 @ 14:42:45 CET by

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FUD Zilla writes Intel's future Broadwell-E flagship will an eight-core processor with a 140W TDP. These chips are expected in Q1 2016, they use the LGA2011-v3 socket and may be compatible with current X99 motherboards but we can't say with certainty yet.
The next one in line to replace the current Haswell-E series is called Broadwell-E, and this is an eight-core 140W processor. The information comes from Intel's own roadmap and we don't have too many details yet.

Just like the Core i7 5960X, Core i7 5930K and Core-i7 5820K, there will be one unlocked eight-core Broadwell-E X version of Broadwell-E and two six-core K versions. They will all share the same 140W TDP. We know that it is too early to talk about official branding, but Core i7 6960X sounds about right.
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