by Anton Shilov
06/16/2013 | 02:16 PM
Technical specifications of the new Intel Corp.’s microprocessors based on code-named Haswell micro-architecture have leaked into the Internet. With higher clock-rates and architecture enhancements, the all-new product lineup is supposed to bring new levels of speeds to different classes of desktop PCs.
The list of technical specifications, which was published by Asder blogger, reveals additional information about Intel Core i7, i5, i3 and Pentium processors based on Haswell micro-architecture and also confirms specifications of the high-end desktop (HEDT) processors. It is noteworthy that currently the chip giant does not have plans for Celeron microprocessors for desktops with Haswell micro-architecture.
It is interesting to note that Intel intends to release Core i7-4471 microprocessor next quarter. The chip will have higher clock-speed than the model 4470, but will not have unlocked multiplier like the model 4770K.
It is also notable that Haswell family of products will also feature a number of low-power products with 35W thermal design power.
Intel did not comment on the news-story.