First details of the Intel Z97 and H97 # CTX2013
A few days ago intel launched its first Core microprocessors and SoCs fourth generation “Haswell” , along with them came new Intel chipsets 8 Series “Lynx Point”, we know that Intel is already working on their future replacements: September chipsets Series.
The Intel chipset Family 8 Series is currently made chipsets: Z87/H87 (standard desktop), Q87/Q85 (corporate desktop PCs) and B85 (desktop PCs for small businesses), to join them were later this year the new H81 budget chipset for desktop standard.
As we found out a few months ago, Intel abandoned its scheme launches Tick Tock , so that next year we will have new Intel microprocessors based on the same micro-architecture Haswell (Haswell +?) and the manufacturing process to 22nm Intel , which probably operate at a higher frequency and may incorporate a memory controller DDR3-1866 or 2133.
Along with these new microprocessors Intel chipsets also reach 9 Series (still unknown code name), which will be shaped by the Intel Z97 and H97 chipsets for traditional desktop PCs, which will replace the Z87 and H87 chipsets. Apparently Intel plans to keep the rest of their chipsets unchanged.
As mentioned above, the new 9 Series Intel chipsets support SATA Express incorpoorarÃ¡n, Device Protection, Guard Boot (Boot Guard is present only in Z97), as well as new versions of technologies: Management Engine 9.1, Smart Response and Rapid Start 13.
The new Intel microprocessors and chipsets will be available early next year.
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