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Nov 27, 2011

Intel Xeon E5-1600 and E5-2600 Won’t Show Up Until March 2012 – Report

We all knew that Intel is having troubles with implementing SAS in its next-generation server platform code named Romley, but we would have never guessed that it would take the chip maker as long as March to resolve these issues.

Of course that without its chipsets being ready, Intel also can’t release the Xeon processors using it, so these too are delayed.

According to DigiTimes, both the Xeon E5-2600 and E5-1600 series CPUs and the C600 chipsets will make their official debut in the first week of March 2012, which is a full quarter later that what Intel said initially.

The good news however is that the problems are gradually being resolved, so when the end product ships there shouldn’t be any more issues to be resolved, which is always a good thing in the server industry.


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