Intel completes the design of future microprocessors Broadwell
Yesterday intel finally revealed most of the details of its future Haswell micro-architecture , and it is expected that the first chips based on it make their appearance in the middle of next year. But although there is no product based on Haswell, Intel is already working on its successor: Broadwell.
Future micro-architecture Design remain Broadwell base Haswell micro-architecture, so as to not have CPU architecture major changes, except some slight refinements and optimizations, the main changes being a new IGP based on a new architecture (the Haswell IGP is based on the Ivy Bridge ) and its adaptation to the manufacturing process of 14nm Tri-Gate.
From Fudzilla report that Intel has recently completed the design (taped-out) of his first microprocessors based on microarchitecture and manufactured on 14nm Broadwell, so it already has working prototypes. When you have finished designing the chip, Intel is not expected to add new features, and error approach to polish and refine the features already present.
It is expected that future Intel microprocessors based on Broadwell make their appearance during 2014.
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