What’s New: Intel Z97 Motherboards Intel Z97 Haswell, Intel Z97, LGA 1150, Motherboard, Olin Coles

Back in 2007 Intel established a Tick-Tock model that predicted that following a micro-architectural process technology die shrink (tick) that a new micro-architecture would be introduced (tock). They’ve kept to this processor model for seven years, but no such model exists for their board chipset architecture. Instead, every tick update and new tock architecture receives a fresh LGA (land grid array) CPU socket: Nehalem brought LGA 1366 and later LGA 1156, Sandy Bridge introduced LGA 1155 followed by LGA 2011, and Haswell delivered LGA 1150. But what’s new in 2014 with Intel Z97?

via What’s New: Intel Z97 Motherboards Intel Z97 Haswell, Intel Z97, LGA 1150, Motherboard, Olin Coles.

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