Intel will launch an update to its processors Haswell And will produce 14 nanometer processors already in the second quarter of 2014
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Plans to launch the line processors Haswell
Updated in the second quarter of 2014. The new processors will not be mine architecture
But will have a higher clock speed. site VR-Zone
Revealed a road map and charts where you can see the next processors coming in and among them the flagship,i7-4790
Intel plans to launch seven new processors: i7-4790
, i5-4590, i5-4460, two variations with a low heat shell with a 'T
'By name and a low-power processor with a'S
'In his name. The new processors sat on a chassis LGA
1150 with 8 and 9 series chipsets Intel
As shown in the table below throughout the new processor line there will be an addition of 100 MHz to the clock speed compared to previous processors:
It is reasonable to assume that the prices of the new processors will be identical to their predecessors because they actually replace them. Intel Is expected to launch the 'K'Open Product Owners in the Third Quarter of 2014.
It seems that leaked new details about the next-generation processor architecture Intel
. The new processors will be named, Broadwell
They will be manufactured using 14 nanometer technology and will show improved performance while significantly improving power consumption.
The processors for the mobile market will be divided into three series: H - For high performance, M - For medium performance andU/Y For lower performance but with the advantage of ultra low power consumption.
Will be divided into processors with up to 4 cores and 8 capillaries and for processors with 2 cores and 4 capillaries, the power consumption of processors will start from 37 watts. The "U
With 2 cores and 4 capillaries, the power will start from 15 watts. The "Y
With 2 cores and 4 capillaries, the power will start from 3.5 watts. The processors are expected to be available in the second quarter of 2014.
As we see in this series,Y
Will be great for laptops and tablets and give them extra battery life, but what about powerful processors for the fixed market? looks like Intel
Continues to focus more on mobility than public gamers.