Then just go to Intel and sites that follow Intel roadmap.
DDR4 is early 2014 and there is little for 2013 that is worthy of a totall change in motherboard design.
PC and server market may not be all the strong to invest into.
And 2011 AND 2012 saw a lot of extra research and over head in bugs and hurdles in many areas. Even Apple's SATA3 chip and interface on its products went through a lot of iterations.
PCIe video still does well lwith 2.,1
You can add a lot already
Very few need more cores or slightly faster MHz
consumers did need a lot of help.
Nvidia and the GTX 600 series also took longer and more months after release to get any new product up to speed.
Really? really great ? or just something that isn't going to satisfy if there is an Early 2014. And normally t he Intel Dev Conf in the fall of the year is when you see what will be used in t he next months. And what did they show and that we saw in Oct-Nov 2012 from Intel.