Intel talks about new chips, Ivy Bridge-E

Intel has shed some light on its upcoming CPU release plans including the new Ivy Bridge-E processors and cheaper Haswell models. According to the company all these chips will arrive in Q3 2013.

The first representatives of the Ivy Bridge-E family – the Core i7-4960X (six core, Hyper-Threading, 15 MB L3 cache, 3.6 GHz clock speed / 4.0 GHz in Turbo Mode, 130W TDP), Core i7-4930K (six-core, Hyper-Threading, 12 MB of L3 cache, 3.4 GHz clock speed / 3.9 GHz in Turbo Mode, 130W TDP) and Core i7-4820K (quad-core, Hyper-Threading, 10 MB of L3 cache, 3.7 GHz clock speed/3.9 GHz in Turbo Mode, 130W TDP) will arrive in September but there’s more – these chips will soon be followed by new models on the Haswell architecture.

Intel plans to release the Core i7-4771 processor (LGA1150) that will be 100 MHz faster than the current Core i7-4770 processor. Core i3 and Pentium models on the Haswell architecture will then follow the new chip. The Core i3 family will be represented by the Core i3-4130, Core i3-4330 and Core i3-4340. The Pentium G3220, G3420 and G3430 will represent the Pentium line. These chips will arrive along with the Intel H81 chipset.

The first Celeron chips on the Haswell architecture will be released in early 2014 along with the H97 and Z97 chipsets.


Source: CPU World

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