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Haswell SKUs Expand to 33 Desktop Versions

The guys over at EXPreview spotted the compatibility list of the Alpine 7 Pro cooler, which includes 33 socket 1150 CPUs, including:

9 Core i7 models:

Core i7-4770, i7-4770K, i7-4770S, i7-4770T, i7-4765T, i7-4670, i7-4670K, i7-4670S, i7-4670T;

17 i5 models:

Core i5-4330, i5-4330S, i5-4430, i5-4430S, i5-4350P, i5-4450, i5-4450S, i5-4470, i5-4470S, i5-4470T, i5-4475S, i5-4550, i5-4550S, i5-4570, i5-4570K, i5-4570S, i5-4570T;

5 i3 models:

Core i3-4220, i3-4220T, i3-4225, i3-4240, i3-4240T

and 2 Pentium versions:

Pentium G3100, G3120

Including 7 mobile versions of Haswell (Core i7-4930MX, i7-4900MQ, i7-4800MQ, i7-4702HQ, i7-4700HQ, i7-4702MQ and i7-4700MQ), we now know about 40 different Haswell processor SKUs, which are likely to climb past 50 with mobile i3 and i5 variants.

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  • EzioAs
    33 seems to much. I guess 5 for each core i series looks more reasonable. Does this include AIO PC as well?

    On the other hand, I'm very interested to see how the low power core i3 and pentium perform though I'm guessing they'll be the last one to come out.
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  • EzioAs
    Sorry, double post.

    EDIT: DELETED
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  • azathoth
    Safe to assume the i5-4570K is going to be a popular choice?
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  • tpi2007
    EzioAs33 seems too many. I guess 5 for each core i series looks more reasonable. Does this include AIO PC as well?On the other hand, I'm very interested to see how the low power core i3 and pentium perform.

    Well, most of the choice is in the mainstream i5, so I guess it's good, that is where the volume is and different needs and form factors dictate the many models on offer. Many of them will be majorly sold through OEMs, the consumer in general will opt from around 5 models from the i5 lineup.

    One interesting thing to note is that, if this spec sheet is correct, the 4670K is now called an i7 instead of i5. Hmmm...
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  • EzioAs
    10428949 said:
    Well, most of the choice is in the mainstream i5, so I guess it's good, that is where the volume is and different needs and form factors dictate the many models on offer. Many of them will be majorly sold through OEMs, the consumer in general will opt from around 5 models from the i5 lineup.

    One interesting thing to note is that, if this spec sheet is correct, the 4670K is now called an i7 instead of i5. Hmmm...

    With two unlocked i7 and perhaps 200-300MHz difference, I'm willing to bet that the 4670K will be more popular than the 4770K.
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  • Soul_keeper
    mmm ddr4
    can't wait :)
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  • JamesSneed
    10428956 said:
    mmm ddr4
    can't wait :)


    From what I have read DDR4 will not be on any of these. It will be only in the Haswell-EX CPU's then filer down into the lower ranks in 2014. Makes since though since memory bandwidth is not much of an issue except for the integrated GPU which for most of us that need the GPU to perform we have a discrete card.
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  • deksman
    What an utter waste of resources.
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  • Soul_keeper
    yeah, I was reading the same things
    just noticed it says Haswell-ep above the image :/
    socket 1150 is mentioned, but a haswell-e image, odd
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  • Blandge
    The image is very clearly Haswell server and does NOT apply to any of the SKUs listed above.
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