Broadwell-E 10 cores?

Sweepr

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Already posted.

http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2394938&page=122
 

tenks

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so any news about Broadell and Skylake get buried in the original desktop sku threads?

This should be news for everyone to see.
 

myocardia

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myocardia

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Does post #2 of this thread have a link in your browser? It doesn't in mine (Waterfox). That's why I quoted it, and then added the code for him, to turn it into a li...ox.[/QUOTE] For me, post #2 is not linked.
 

Gikaseixas

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6900K here i come
Need to get me a real 8 core, 16 threads monster
 

twjr

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Any idea when these are going to be released?
 

guskline

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Other than bragging rights not sure how much if any it will help me in my 5960x rig.
 

PhIlLy ChEeSe

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For me, post #2 is not linked.

If this were still Anandtech, but its not its now TOMS HARDWARE LOLZ!


I been wondering for a while what the issue is here and now I know.......:\
 

Kippa

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Is this 10 core for ordinary desktop pcs or for workstation xeons?
 
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Stop with the BS. Broadwell-EP is launching in Q1 2016, so why would Broadwell-E come later?
Just asking,

Does Intel use different dies between Broadwell-E and EP ???

Or

Will they use all the first production wafers/dies for the lower margin Broadwell-E and they will start production later for the EP ???
 
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Just asking,

Does Intel use different dies between Broadwell-E and EP ???

Or

Will they use all the first production wafers/dies for the lower margin Broadwell-E and they will start production later for the EP ???
They use the same die.

But the higher core count EP SKUs have additional dies.

For example, on Haswell E5 there were 8C, 12C and 18C dies. The Consumer Extreme edition chips used the 8C E5 die. AFAIK, there were no harvested 8C for Extreme edition using the 12C die as a starting point.
 
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They use the same die.

But the higher core count EP SKUs have additional dies.

For example, on Haswell E5 there were 8C, 12C and 18C dies. The Consumer Extreme edition chips used the 8C E5 die. AFAIK, there were no harvested 8C for Extreme edition using the 12C die as a starting point.
I know that but all three Haswell-EP dies were launched in Q3 2014, same time as Haswell-E for the socket 2011-V3.
 

tenks

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My thread lives!

March 2016 release, aka Q1 2016.


I've been waiting forever to make my new build and I've pushed it from Ivy-E, to HW-E and I was set to go with BD-E and now am rewarded with a pleasant surprise. Previous documentation had the same old 6/6/8 setup. I'm confident the delay allowed this.

Now it's making me wonder if I should wait till sky-e, lol..
 


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