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Intel 14nm Skylake Processors To Feature PCIe 4, DDR4 Memory and SATA Express

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We know that Intel’s Haswell-E “HEDT” platform will bring quad channel DDR4 memory functionality in 2H of 2014 but what about the mainstream LGA115* lineup?.

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Skylake mainstream looks pretty good, especially as it's only a couple of years away..
Think their will be 6 core variants? Would hope 6 cores would be mainstream by then, 8 or more cores at the high end...
 
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So I'll ignore Broadwell too and just buckle-down with this i5 750 3.8GHz+ till Skylake. It's funny because I'm hoping the new consoles really help push things again, but otherwise not wanting to need Broadwell if those new features come next :p ...Maybe AMD will save me in that potential gap by beating Intel to the punch with those things.
 
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Hoping that Skylake finally sees Intel move to 6 or 8 cores for mainstream parts, seems like we've been stuck with dual and quad cores for a very long time now.

makes broadwell look pretty pointless?

Desktop Broadwell has been canceled anyway hasn't it?
 
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Hoping that Skylake finally sees Intel move to 6 or 8 cores for mainstream parts, seems like we've been stuck with dual and quad cores for a very long time now.



Desktop Broadwell has been canceled anyway hasn't it?

don't know,dont thinkso

its all separate tiers now desktop/tablet/laptop
 
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