Monday, January 21st 2013

Intel Core "Haswell" Processor Launch Sync'd with Computex

We've known for a while that Intel's 4th generation Core "Haswell" line of processors are going to miss the 2013 International CES. It turns out the new line of processors will be launched in June, in fact right on the backdrops of the 2013 Computex, the year's biggest PC hardware expo. A few days ahead of Computex, Intel will host a press-conference announcing the processors with downstream partners. The processors, and related products (motherboards, coolers), will be exhibited at Computex, and market availability will soon follow. The company is optimistic about the new chips, estimating them to make up 14-16 percent of its CPU shipments by the end of Q3 2013 (September).

Source: DigiTimes
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9 Comments on Intel Core "Haswell" Processor Launch Sync'd with Computex

#1
DarkOCean
Come on intel give us 8 cores 16 threads cpus already!
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blibba
by: DarkOCean
Come on intel give us 8 cores 16 threads cpus already!
They already did, but they're branded as Xeons, they don't OC, and you have to pay through the nose for them. There's 10C/20T if you prefer, too.
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Zubasa
by: DarkOCean
Come on intel give us 8 cores 16 threads cpus already!
They have no reason to give you anything more. TBH, they literally has no competition for Ivy-Bridge, let alone Haswell.
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#6
[H]@RD5TUFF
I am excited to see these bad boys, this gives me about 8 months to save up to upgrade.:D
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#8
Morgoth
i allready have an 8 core system
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DarkOCean
by: DarkOCean
Come on intel give us 8 cores 16 threads cpus already!
Desktop Cpu not server, alien or anything else... i thought you guys would understand that.

by: Morgoth
i allready have an 8 core system
That's from 2 cpus.
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