Intel today announced the next-generation desktop processors fever Broadwell-E, continue to use LGA2011-3 package interface, the first compatible X99 platform, but as usual, there is a general interface to Intel with two generations, and then again it should change . Sure enough, TweakTown exclusive broke the news that next-generation enthusiast platform Skylake-E will be replaced with a new LGA3647 package interface, all of a sudden surge in the number of pins that is more than 80%! Volume of the whole socket is quite large.
Undoubtedly, chipsets and motherboards will be replaced by a new --X109?
Skylake-E will be released at this time next year, it will bring 12-core?
2011 Sandy Bridge-E platform was first used LGA2011 interfaces (replace the previous LGA1366), and for the first time brought the X79 chipset, after Ivy Bridge-E to maintain this same interface.
Haswell-E on surface 2014 is still LGA2011 interface, but fine-tuning LGA2011-3, not backward compatible, the new chipset is X99, and the latest release of Broadwell-E inherited this platform.
LGA2011 in a different place to play out of the three versions
The earliest X79 LGA2011