|Memory Type (ECC)||Non-ECC|
|Memory Type (R/U)||Unbuffered|
|Memory Speed (Mhz)||
|Maximum Memory Capacity||32GB|
|Graphics Interface||PCIe 3.0 (x16)|
|SLI Support||Quad SLi|
|Network Interface Type|
|Network Interface Chip/Modules|
|SATA||SATA III 6Gb/s|
|RAID Support via||SATA|
|Storage Mode Support|
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In June, 2013, Intel launched an assemblage of new 'Haswell' Core series processors presented in the LGA 1150 form factor. Inherently different to the LGA 1155 form factor it succeeded, LGA 1150 spurred the release of a new chipset family known as the 8-series.
Intel launched a bevy of Haswell Core processors last June. Presented in a LGA1150 form factor and therefore physically different to the LGA1155 Ivy Bridge processors of the year before, new chipsets were also launched to support these new chips.