14nm Intel Skylake To Integrate PCIe 4.0, SATA Express, and DDR4 Memory

Intel’s Skylake processors won’t launch for some time (the company still needs to release Broadwell at some point, which won’t be out until sometime next year at the earliest), but according to a leaked roadmap slide, we can see some juicy details about Skylake.

The chips will be built on Intel's 14nm process node (which we’ll see first on Haswell-E processors), and they’ll also feature AVX 3.2. DDR4 support will be included, as well as support for PCIe 4.0, and Intel’s HD graphics will hit version 9 with reportedly significantly more robust performance.

Intel Skylake roadmap with DDR4, PCIe-4.0, 14nm

DDR4 memory will be out later this year and will offer far more density per module, twice the data rates, and less voltage than DDR3; PCIe 4.0 promises double the interconnect performance bandwidth of PCIe 3.0 and offer a bit rate of 16GT/s, and SATA Express will be on board, as well.
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BrawlioMarc one year ago

Mr'John ahh :3

RedneMrJohn one year ago

:3 DDR4 ya za**abi

Jun one year ago

Aww I thought this 14nm thing was happening soon but its 2 years from now. Well I'm broke now so by the time I can build a new computer is when its out.

EzHunt one year ago

Maybe by then they can make motherboards that have 2 16x slots instead of 8x or 4x0 all you need is 2 16x slots for sli or suck cf- jam the others up your butts- ops you would like that too much- never mind...- as hard as you try and kill off pc gaming why bother and sell us mobos with more than 1 vid card- why try and sell us extra powerful pc hardware to start with- you do all you can to ruin pc gaming- why should we spend the big bucks for it- I sure as hell will never buy a console. General users for office etc do not need the extra power- you dumb ass tards shoot yourself in the foot trying to ruin pc gaming- you are ignorant...

masoncharest one year ago

This is the nice graphing thank you so much.

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