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Intel to Take Gradual Approach to Introduction of New Xeon Microprocessors.

Started by: sanity | Date 03/22/13 01:35:39 PM
Comments: 2 | Last Comment:  03/22/13 02:06:30 PM

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The Xeon E3 family of central processing units for uniprocessor servers is set to be updated with models bases on Haswell micro-architecture in late May or early June, around the same time when Intel rolls-out its client chips powered by the same micro-architecture.

I think you mean 'models based on Ive Bridge micro-architecture'. They aren't releasing Haswell server parts until next year at the earliest.
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I think the article is correct. E3 Ivy Bridge systems are already out. E3 is really not much different from a desktop chip, so it makes sense they come out at about the same time.

E5/E7 are different as them are multiple socket systems with more cores than the desktop parts, so come out later.
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