Friday, April 26th 2013

Core i7-4770K Box Art Revealed?

Is this what Intel's 4th generation Core i7 "Haswell" retail box looks like? That is the question. For the first time in a decade, Intel could use a collage of pictures in its box-art. The running theme appears to be "creativity," with the box asking "what will you make?" You'll also notice that the box-art doesn't feature a small case-badge art. The top half of the front side could be what the badge ends up looking like. A little while ago, Intel made a cryptic Facebook post confirming a series launch along the sidelines of Computex 2013, held between 3rd and 7th June.


Source: VR-Zone
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41 Comments on Core i7-4770K Box Art Revealed?

#1
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
Interesting.....................I want one of these chips! Right now!
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#3
Sasqui
Anything to distiguish it from IB other than the computer head?
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#4
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: Sasqui
Anything to distiguish it from IB other than the computer head?
The bottom-right blank space is for the sticker which displays model number (eg: i7-4770K) and socket (LGA1150).
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#6
Fairlady-z
I am running a Z77 Sabertooth now with a 2500k I wonder if it would be a worth while upgrade.....hmmm doubt it.
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#7
Sasqui
by: btarunr
The bottom-right blank space is for the sticker which displays model number (eg: i7-4770K) and socket (LGA1150).
They should do something... more.
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#8
D4S4
looks like something stuck in the late nineties, early 2000's. 8340673049670347630496703 nanoseconds, really? :wtf:
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#9
Ikaruga
927 hours (38.625 days), but what's the exact creation-time of the pics? :)
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#10
EarthDog
by: Dj-ElectriC
It is a box alright...
LOL. This.

I sneezed btw...
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#11
Jack1n
by: Fairlady-z
I am running a Z77 Sabertooth now with a 2500k I wonder if it would be a worth while upgrade.....hmmm doubt it.
It definitely wont.
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#12
Sasqui
by: Ikaruga
927 hours (38.625 days), but what's the exact creation-time of the pics? :)
It's definitely dated ...lol

Did you know the length of a nanosecond is about 11.8 inches? Put another way, the time it takes light to travel ~11.8 inches is 1 nanosecond.

So, by the time this is released, the photons from your computer monitor that have escaped out your window will have travelled:
6.21511E+11 Miles
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#13
xorbe
That'll look nice in my recycle can about 3 nanoseconds after I get the cpu out of it.
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#14
NdMk2o1o
by: de.das.dude
its fugly :S
Yes because many times since building my rig I have pulled out the 2500k box to fap over :p
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#16
CrAsHnBuRnXp
by: Sasqui
So, by the time this is released, the photons from your computer monitor that have escaped out your window will have travelled:
6.21511E+11 Miles
My brain just exploded all over my workspace.
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#17
NdMk2o1o
by: TurdFergasun
1993 called, it wants it's clipart back.
The internet called, it wants it's joke back :ohwell:
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#18
EarthDog
The jerkstore called and its running out of YOU!

(Seinfeld line, not directed at anyone)
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#19
m1dg3t
Wheres the disco ball? :wtf:

by: EarthDog
The jerkstore called and its running out of lube!
LoL :p
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#20
TurdFergasun
by: NdMk2o1o
The internet called, it wants it's joke back :ohwell:
if Intel can use outdated box art, i can use outdated nomenclature and jokes:wtf:
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#21
Ravenas
AMDs piledriver box and box art truly dominate this.
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#22
HumanSmoke
by: Ravenas
AMDs piledriver box and box art truly dominate this.
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#23
Fluffmeister
by: Ravenas
AMDs piledriver box and box art truly dominate this.
Hey, least they "dominate" Intel at one thing.
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#24
NeoXF
Guys guys... it's what's INSIDE that counts! :D


by: Dj-ElectriC
It is a box alright...
LOL, amen...
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#25
SIGSEGV
by: HumanSmoke
http://www.savory.de/stus_blog_pix_2/newpope5.jpg
meh...
_________

regarding 4770k processor, i will consider to upgrade my ivy bridge if only its has soldered material between ihs and chip. ivy bridge make my watercooling setup nearly useless and also it has no effect on reducing heat/thermal compared with air cooling setup, except voiding of its warranty by delidding the ihs and replacing the TIM.
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