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Intel Core i5, i7 Haswell Processors to be Released in June

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Intel has released an updated roadmap to its production partners that details the releases of the new Haswell and Ive Bridge-E processors.

According to the latest information from sources, the Core i7-4770K, i7-4770, i7-4770S, i7-4770T, i7-4765T, i5-4670K, i5-4670, i5-4670S, i5-4670T, i5-4570, i5-4570S, i5-4570T, i5-4430 and the i5-4430S will be released during the second quarter of 2013. Later, in the third quarter of this year, Intel will release the Core i3 Haswell and Ivy Bridge-E CPU's. Following that, we can also expect the Pentium and Celeron processors that are based on the same architecture.

The Haswell CPU's will feature Intel HD Graphics 4600, along with a new integrated memory controller that will run at speeds up to 1600MHz. 

Haswell will also feature a new socket, LGA1150. Motherboards with this socket will feature a Lynx Point chipset, amongst which H81, H87 and Z87 chipsets.

Sources indicate that a number of Haswell CPU's should be released on the 2nd of June and that related products will be showcased just days later at Computex 2013.

CPU

 Frequency

Turbo Boost

Cache-Memory

Cores / Threads

Dynamic Frequency

TDP   

Core i7-4770K

3.5 GHz

3.9 GHz

8 MB

4 / 8

1250

84 W

Core i7-4770

3.4 GHz

3.9 GHz

8 MB

4 / 8

1200

84 W

Core i5-4670K

3.4 GHz

3.8 GHz

6 MB

4 / 4

1200

84 W

Core i5-4670

3.4 GHz

3.8 GHz

6 MB

4 / 4

1200

84 W

Core i5-4570

3.2 GHz

3.6 GHz

6 MB

4 / 4

1150

84 W

Core i5-4430

3.0 GHz

3.2 GHz

6 MB

4 / 4

1100

84 W

Core i7-4770S

3.1 GHz

3.9 GHz

8 MB

4 / 8

1200

65 W

Core i7-4770T

2.5 GHz

3.7 GHz

8 MB

4 / 8

1200

45 W

Core i7-4765T

2.0 GHz

3.0 GHz

8 MB

4 / 8

1200

35 W

Core i5-4670S

3.1 GHz

3.8 GHz

6 MB

4 / 4

1200

65 W

Core i5-4670T

2.3 GHz

3.3 G.z

6 MB

4 / 4

1200

45 W

Core i5-4570S

2.9 GHz

3.6 GHz

6 MB

4 / 4

1150

65 W

Core i5-4570T

2.9 GHz

3.6 GHz

4 MB

2 / 4

1150

35 W

Core i5-4430S

2.7 GHz

3.2 GHz

6 MB

4 / 4

1100

65 W

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    yeungl , January 22, 2013 2:13 PM
    nebunno 8 core???...are they going backwards?


    I remember Intel said, no need for faster CPU, because there is no competition.
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    CaedenV , January 22, 2013 2:13 PM
    yay for a road map!
    Obviously, due to the mobile focus of this gen I am not expecting much in the way of a performance increase (other than onboard GPU), but I wonder what the chipsets will bring. Will we finally see thunderbolt/lightpeak become standard fair? Will we see continued improvement with onboard RAID controller? make USB3 standard and remove legacy USB connections? The final death of legacy ports like the COM and Parallel parts? The inclusion of integrated wifi 11n or 11ac (intel did all that working making wifi work on the Atom die... surely they could bring that to a mobo)?

    If the chipsets do not have much new to offer, then I am afraid that everyone from the oldest iSeries on will have no real reason to upgrade.
  • 14 Hide
    skyline100 , January 22, 2013 2:07 PM
    Great, hope to see more x86 Winodws 8 tablets.
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  • 14 Hide
    skyline100 , January 22, 2013 2:07 PM
    Great, hope to see more x86 Winodws 8 tablets.
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    faster23rd , January 22, 2013 2:08 PM
    Should have waited instead of grabbing a 3570. Oh well, predicament's not that bad.
  • 8 Hide
    xurwin , January 22, 2013 2:09 PM
    nice! new socket. there goes my investment on past sockets. damn :| why cant they just stick to one socket for even 3years. but well its good to know they're moving up. Good job intel! now just benchmarks and price then we can decide!
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    nebun , January 22, 2013 2:09 PM
    no 8 core???...are they going backwards?
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    gilgamex , January 22, 2013 2:11 PM
    xurwinnice! new socket. there goes my investment on past sockets. damn :| why cant they just stick to one socket for even 3years. but well its good to know they're moving up. Good job intel! now just benchmarks and price then we can decide!


    Suck on the teet of our great leader, no matter how much respect anyone has for AMD when push comes to shove Intel robs the market from under them because you will fork over the cash for the best if the gap is large enough, business 101. And I love AMD....::cries a single tear::
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    CaedenV , January 22, 2013 2:13 PM
    yay for a road map!
    Obviously, due to the mobile focus of this gen I am not expecting much in the way of a performance increase (other than onboard GPU), but I wonder what the chipsets will bring. Will we finally see thunderbolt/lightpeak become standard fair? Will we see continued improvement with onboard RAID controller? make USB3 standard and remove legacy USB connections? The final death of legacy ports like the COM and Parallel parts? The inclusion of integrated wifi 11n or 11ac (intel did all that working making wifi work on the Atom die... surely they could bring that to a mobo)?

    If the chipsets do not have much new to offer, then I am afraid that everyone from the oldest iSeries on will have no real reason to upgrade.
  • 18 Hide
    yeungl , January 22, 2013 2:13 PM
    nebunno 8 core???...are they going backwards?


    I remember Intel said, no need for faster CPU, because there is no competition.
  • 10 Hide
    CaedenV , January 22, 2013 2:16 PM
    nebunno 8 core???...are they going backwards?

    The list is only the first release of Haswell chips, it does not include Ivy Bridge E series chips on it.
    First will be the mobile and desktop i5 and i7 lineup, followed by the i3 and IB-E lineup, followed by the Celeron and Pentium lineup, followed by the ultra low power lineup when they perfect the manufacturing process. Expect 2-3 months between each line release.
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    CaedenV , January 22, 2013 2:18 PM
    nebunno 8 core???...are they going backwards?

    Also, Intel reserves 8 core products for the Xenon line of processors so that people have a justification to spend $2000+ on a chip.

    And honestly, you don't need an 8 core in your game rig, or even home production rig, quad+HT has a few years left on it. When there was talk of 8 core x86 CPUs in the upcoming consoles it gave me hope that it would create a demand for 8 core desktop CPUs... but now even those look like they are going to be 2 module quad core chips... so ya... there goes that dream.
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    afrobacon , January 22, 2013 2:29 PM
    Great; around that time I'll actually be able to afford one.
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    hate machine , January 22, 2013 2:29 PM
    Welp i was going to update my pc but now i guess I will just do a GPU and then when June rolls around update my mobo and proc.
  • 13 Hide
    bdcrlsn , January 22, 2013 2:31 PM
    Here's to hoping that they don't use thermal paste under the heat spreader this time around!
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    afrobacon , January 22, 2013 2:35 PM
    ...I just noticed the TDP was increased slightly. I thought these were more efficient.
  • 9 Hide
    Sakkura , January 22, 2013 2:39 PM
    afrobacon...I just noticed the TDP was increased slightly. I thought these were more efficient.

    They can still be more efficient. There's just more performance there, especially on the iGPU side.
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    Sakkura , January 22, 2013 2:45 PM
    With the first Haswell CPUs launching in June, and the desktop Haswell Core i3s and Pentiums launching in Q3, it looks like the gap between the launch of the first CPUs and the Core i3s and Pentiums will be shorter than for Ivy Bridge (Core i5s and i7 launched in April 2012, Core i3s and Pentiums in September 2012).
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    getochkn , January 22, 2013 2:46 PM
    New MB's again for no real new features on the chips themselves except a slighter better graphics chip that may run bf3 at 19fps instead of 12fps?
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    Non-Euclidean , January 22, 2013 2:50 PM
    Gonna sit on my Phenom II x4 955 for a while longer. About the only real thing driving would be more
    power for Handbrake. Its fine as a gaming rig with my current card. No point in updating CPU for minor speed on my AM3 mobo.

    I was thinking about building around a 3570 in my next machine for more power and efficiency. We will see what happens to the prices. I have been trying to be loyal to AMD, past machines were/are: Am486 DX4-120, Dual Pentium 300s. Athlon 64, Phenom II x4 955.

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    aoneone , January 22, 2013 2:51 PM
    aww man.. and i just bought the 3770k in december... great now i have to settle for the 4770k LOL ^_^
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    getochkn , January 22, 2013 2:53 PM
    aoneoneaww man.. and i just bought the 3770k in december... great now i have to settle for the 4770k LOL ^_^


    As long as you fork out money for a new motherboard as well, the new chips use a new socket.
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    Soda-88 , January 22, 2013 2:54 PM
    Wonder if 4770K will beat 3930K in highly threaded workloads.
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