Intel Haswell Core i7 and Core i5 Processors Leaked

Intel’s 4th generation Haswell Core series lineup has been leaked by VR-Zone (Chinese). The lineup lists a total of 14 new Quad Core processors that would be shipped by Intel during the launch in second quarter of 2013.

Intel Haswell architecture would be built on a 22nm fabrication process featuring 3D Tri-gate transistors technology. With process enhancements and improvements to overall IPC performance, the Intel Haswell core series would deliver better performance at the same clock speeds of Ivy Bridge. Additionally, Intel Haswell is said to feature upto 3 times the graphics improvement with its HD 4600 graphics chip.

The socket supporting Intel Haswell processors would be LGA-1150 on Lynx-Point chipset motherboards (8-Series Chipset). 

Intel Haswell CPU Lineup:

There would be two unlocked models, the flagship Core i7-4770K and fastest Core i5-4670K. The latter would run at 3.50 GHz and 3.90 GHz frequencies while the i5-4670K would feature 100 MHz lower clock speed of 3.40 GHz and 3.80 GHz. The i7 model would feature 8 MB L3 Cache while the i5 model would come with 6 MB L3 Cache, both models would have a rated TDP of 84W and HD 4600 series graphics chip  and an integrated 2 channel memory controller supporting DDR3-1600 Dimms. Both models would also get locked (Non-K) models with the same specifications.  Details of low TDP and low clock speed Intel Haswell models can be seen in the charts below:

Intel Haswell


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