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.