Friday, July 1, 2011

Postponed the launch of Intel's Sandy Bridge-E January 2012

VR-Zone According to reports, Intel has postponed the launch of the platform-E Sandy Bridge until January 2012, which was originally planned to see the light in the fourth quarter of 2011. This high-performance platform was planned for launch in December taking advantage of the Christmas market, according to industry experts said, but it seems that this date will be delayed until at least January next year.

It seems that the International CES, where the latest and most innovative products are shown to the public, will be the setting for the launch of the new Sandy Bridge-E. Sandy Bridge-E represents a breakthrough in the architecture of the Intel processor family. Consists of processors 4 and 6 cores, to be launched in two different product lines.

The chip will work with DDR3 memory controller massive quad-channel, PCI-Express 3.0, which support up to 4 graphics cards, and the socket is the new 2011-pin LGA, with the new Intel X79 chip.

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