Although it was previously scheduled to launch sometime in the third quarter of 2014, Intel Broadwell, company’s first 14nm architecture, is apparently delayed for a full quarter, according to the latest set of slides published by VR-Zone.

The rumor regarding the delay was originally published by Digitimes but now pretty much confirmed by Chinese VR-Zone thanks to a neat new slide. According to the slide, the first Broadwell parts should be expected in the fourth quarter of this year while the rest of the lineup should come sometime in the first quarter of 2015.