There are details on three Intel Ivy Bridge E processors appeared in early September to come out. The information on the chips in high-end consumer comes from a slide of a presentation that appears to be.
It appears that Intel is planning to bring out the Ivy Bridge E processors in the week of 4 to September 11. The Extreme series would focus on three Core i7 processors are the Core i7-4820K, i7-4930K and i7-4960x. The 4820K would like his predecessor Sandy Bridge-E, the 3820K, a quad-core, whereas the other two cpus hexacores be. The processors support hyperthreading and integrated memory controller for DDR3 modules with clock speeds up to 1866MHz provided.
The Core i7-4820 receives a clock speed of 3.7 GHz, with turbo up to 3.9 GHz and 10MB L3 cache. The i7-4930K, the successor to the 3930K, get six cores at 3.9 GHz with turbo tapping 3.4GHz and 12MB L3 cache. The top model, the 4960x, let his six cores working at 3.6 GHz, with turbo up to 4GHz and up to 15MB L3 cache. All cpus would get a TDP of 130W. A GPU is in this range, as with the Sandy Bridge E-series, are not present.
The Ivy Bridge E processors follow the current generation Sandy Bridge-E processors. The processors are the same motherboard with an X79 chipset and LGA2011 socket suitable. The Extreme Series is traditionally behind the mainstream processors: this is the new generation Haswell been introduced. The Sandy Bridge Extreme series followed in 2011 Bloomfield and Gulftown processors with the X58 chipset.
|Model||Cores / Threads||Clock speed (turbo)||L3 cache||Memory||TDP|
|Core i7-4820K||4/8||3.7 GHz (3.9 GHz)||10MB||1866MHz DDR3||130W|
|Core i7-4930K||6/12||3.4 GHz (3.9 GHz)||12MB||1866MHz DDR3||130W|
|Core i7-4960x||6/12||3.6GHz (4GHz)||15MB||1866MHz DDR3||130W|