Intel's 2013 "Haswell" CPU Lineup Exposed - Same Intel HD Graphics on All Models

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    Dec 11, 2012 #1
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    VR-Zone China has released a statement laying out Q2 details for the fourth-gen Haswell line of CPUs.

    Here is a translation:
    "Intel will be the second quarter of 2013 release, code-named Haswell fourth-generation Core processors, while VR-Zone has recently mastered the naming.
    Is expected in April 2013, Intel will release 22nm process Haswell processor. The new Haswell processor will continue with named Ivy Bridge Core 3000 series processors, named Core 4000 Series.
    Standard voltage version of the part, TDP of 77W from Ivy Bridge upgrade to 84W (nominal TDP), but when the clock with Turbo Boost section will be consistent with the Ivy Bridge.
    As for the first wave of released processors Core i7-4770K, Core i7-4770, Core i5-4670K, Core i5-4670 and Core i5-4570 standard voltage version of the processor. Low-voltage version of 35W Core i7-4765T, Core i5-4570T; 45W Core i7-4770T, Core i5-4670T; 65W Core i7-4770S, Core i5-4670S, Core i5-4570S, Core i5-4430S The other three versions.

    The Pentium series of entry-market mainstream Core i3 processor will be released in the third quarter of 2013, As for the high-end LGA 2011-pin processor Ivy Bridge-E will also be released in the third quarter.
    But, with the changes in consumption patterns, whether users with Intel footsteps and replace the platform may be the subject of considerable concern of many people."


    Source: http://chinese.vr-zone.com/43824/in...luding-4770k-4670k-for-overclocking-12112012/

    Special thanks to TheLostSwede for this info.
     
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    New socket I believe "1150" :(
     
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    i think the new socket was known for quit some time now.
    Maybe it is intel´s last socket if broadwell really introduces bga.

    I hope haswell is only 10-15% faster, so there wouldn´t be a need to upgrade.
     
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    Of course the follow-on questions include:
    • How will this affect Apple's product introductions?
    • When will the first Apple systems come out with these new processors? Obviously until then OS X has no incentive to support the CPU or graphics...
    • And the first discrete motherboards for them...
    And it does lead me back to thinking about why I don't like buying into a system with components that are no longer current (I sometimes marvel at people spending good money on Sandy Bridge [and prior] systems today for example). I'd be sad if my "new" system wasn't supported by next year's (or the year after's) OS update. I just built a "monster" i7 Ivy Bridge system and hope that it will last for long enough that these new processors can just be pleasant curiosities for me for the next few years. :)
     
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    Under a best case scenario Apple won't support these until early fall 2013, probably later (look how long it took them to adopt Ivy bridge). As stated before we are looking at a 10% performance increase. On overclock.net an intel engineer was quoted saying that if you use an dedicated graphics card then there is no need for a sandy or ivy owner to upgrade. Haswell is primarily an improvement to the IGP, so for those of us sporting 6850s or GTX6xx, there is no real gain.
     
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    Naw! Sandy Bridge was the tick, and Ivy Bridge the tock. Haswell will begin the tick/tock cycle all over again...
     
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    Apologies if I am not following you correctly....

    Ivy Bridge (and Westmere) was the die shrink (tick). Sandy Bridge (and Nehalem) was the new architecture (tock). Haswell is a tock according to Intel's own roadmap.

    Maybe we are saying the same thing, however, I am not certain, hence this post...

    http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/silicon-innovations/intel-tick-tock-model-general.html
     
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    Ivy bridge incorporated more IPC improvements than a typical tick (usually there is no IPC improvement, but IB had a 3-5% IPC improvement over SB). It's not clear how much of an improvement Haswell will bring in IPC. Intel has repeatedly said 10-15% improvement, but don't qualify what they are talking about, while at the same time saying most of the improvement will be in the integrated graphics. So only time will tell, but I won't be surprised if IPC improvements end up being pretty minimal this round (especially compared to the last tock...).
     

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