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    Intel shares Z390 desktop chipset product brief

    Coffee Lake supporting chipset offers advances in connectivity, audio, and networking.
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    Re: Intel shares Z390 desktop chipset product brief

    And when are we possibly looking at the release of said chipset?

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    Re: Intel shares Z390 desktop chipset product brief

    SO there is a PCie lane that is connected to the chipset instead of directly to the CPU aint that a bottleneck?

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    Re: Intel shares Z390 desktop chipset product brief

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    SO there is a PCie lane that is connected to the chipset instead of directly to the CPU aint that a bottleneck?
    Depends on how many DMI lanes there are, I'm short on time so haven't looked it up but IIRC a single DMI 3 lane supports 8 gigatransfers per second so a bottleneck would depend on how many lanes there are and what you're putting through it, I'd probably be more worried about latency than transfer speeds though.

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    Re: Intel shares Z390 desktop chipset product brief

    Quote Originally Posted by UseItNow View Post
    And when are we possibly looking at the release of said chipset?
    I've seen Q3 2018 mentioned elsewhere on the interweb.

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    Re: Intel shares Z390 desktop chipset product brief

    Quote Originally Posted by UseItNow View Post
    And when are we possibly looking at the release of said chipset?
    Proabaly just before they introduce a new chip with a different form factor

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    Re: Intel shares Z390 desktop chipset product brief

    The one i have been waiting for.

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