Intel will detail its new micro-architecture next month Haswell
Future intel Core fourth generation based on the new micro-architecture Haswell will make their appearance between April and September next year , and so far we know only very few of the new features:
- A yield per cycle (IPC) 10% higher than the Ivy Bridge .
- An igp that triples the IGP graphics power Ivy Bridge .
- Bring new instructions AVX 2.0 .
- The desktop versions use the new socket LGA 1150 (not compatible with the current LGA 1155).
The wait to know the rest of its specifications will end next month during the event Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2012 , which will be held from 11 to 13 September this year, Intel disclosed in which specifications many of its current and future products, among them those of the expected microprocessors based on micro-architecture Haswell.
Intel anticipates that we will detail its new AVX instructions 2.0 (Intel refers to as second generation vector instructions), TSX (Transactional Synchronization eXtensions) and BMI (Bit Manipulation Instructions, the latter already in AMD microprocessors based on the micro- architectures Bulldozer, Piledriver and Jaguar).
At the moment as a breakthrough show that the new IGP is codenamed Haswell Denlow and APIs will be compatible with DirectX 11.1, OpenGL 3.2, OpenCL and other new features.
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