Sunday, September 1st 2013

Intel Rolls Out New Haswell and Ivy Bridge Processors

x86 heavyweight Intel Corp. has just updated its desktop processor offer with a bunch of new Haswell and Ivy Bridge models. Detailed below, this latest release wave includes the 3.5 GHz Core i7-4771, four Core i5 chips priced at $182 (two Haswell and two Ivy Bridge CPUs), Core i3s going from 2.9 GHz to 3.6 GHz, five Pentiums, plus a couple of Ivy Bridge-based Celerons. The processors cover a price range that starts at $42 (for the low-power Celeron G1620T) and tops $314 (for the Core i7-4771).
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21 Comments on Intel Rolls Out New Haswell and Ivy Bridge Processors

#1
tigger
I'm the only one
All socket 1150?
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#3
EpicShweetness
Aside from the lower power consumption does the I3 parts really matter in a price point AMD clearly has quite a few advantages? :rockout:

"Oh but Epic their good in office work" To which I reply Pentium/Celeron, nuff said.
To much power for office work but not enough power to compete with AMD.

Personal preference just wouldn't build a machine with 2 cores now a days :slap:
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#5
EthanDW
The i7-4771 is the greatest joke I have ever seen.
What is the point in releasing the exact same cpu as i7-4770, with additional 100mhz, when i7-4770 can easily get to 3.6ghz or above with turbo boost?
And why has there even been a difference in base clock, at stock between i7-4770 and i7-4770k to begin with?
I guess this is just a lame marketing ploy.
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#6
jax
4771

becouse 4771 can go up with turbo 100 more Mhz
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#7
EthanDW
Where exactly have you read that?
If the turbo is still at 3.9ghz, then it is, most likely, still not going to pass 3.7ghz for all cores.
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#8
HumanSmoke
by: EthanDW
The i7-4771 is the greatest joke I have ever seen
$8 more to get a 100 MHz bump in speed over the 4770 ? Seems kind of reasonable compared with some CPU bins ( i.e. the $100 more per 100 MHz from the FX-9590 > FX-8350)
by: EthanDW
I guess this is just a lame marketing ploy.
This is a computer hardware manufacturer you're talking about here...are you sure they're capable of such a thing?
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#9
haswrong
i7-3771 pretty please, intel?
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#10
birdie
I've seen with my own eyes that i7-4770 runs at 90C under LinX with this fan - what have you done Intel? Gonna skip Haswell altogether.
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#11
theoneandonlymrk
Wouldn't the i7 4771 have virtualisation support being a non K model.
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#12
Fourstaff
4771 is intended to bring clock parity with the 4770K, and eventually replace the 4770. Not sure why they didn't get it right the first time round.
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#13
Live OR Die
by: Fourstaff
4771 is intended to bring clock parity with the 4770K, and eventually replace the 4770. Not sure why they didn't get it right the first time round.
Its not hard to work out the original chips wont support Intels 9-series Chipsets so intel released a refresh before to many sold :laugh:
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Assimilator
by: EpicShweetness
Aside from the lower power consumption does the I3 parts really matter in a price point AMD clearly has quite a few advantages? :rockout:

"Oh but Epic their good in office work" To which I reply Pentium/Celeron, nuff said.
To much power for office work but not enough power to compete with AMD.

Personal preference just wouldn't build a machine with 2 cores now a days :slap:
I have a fileserver that runs 24/7. It doesn't need to run fast, but it does need to run as efficiently as possible. Hence why I've currently got a G465 in there, which I'll probably replace with a G1620T when they become available (1 core with Hyper-Threading is painful).

Of course, that's assuming that any of the 16x0T parts even come to this hellhole of a country I live in.
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#15
TheinsanegamerN
by: Assimilator
I have a fileserver that runs 24/7. It doesn't need to run fast, but it does need to run as efficiently as possible. Hence why I've currently got a G465 in there, which I'll probably replace with a G1620T when they become available (1 core with Hyper-Threading is painful).

Of course, that's assuming that any of the 16x0T parts even come to this hellhole of a country I live in.
merica?
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#16
HumanSmoke
by: TheinsanegamerN
merica?
Close! Only one continent and one ocean out.
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#18
lilhasselhoffer
...just wow....


Intel seems to be moving for the lower compute devices with a vengeance. They're channeling all their resources into banging out a feasible solution there, and forgetting the fact that PCs aren't dead yet. This is kind of sad.

Less than four months on the market and they're shifting everything around. I wish AMD could get crap right with Kaveri and give Intel some decent competition, on the higher end PC market.
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Live OR Die
by: Assimilator
I have a fileserver that runs 24/7. It doesn't need to run fast, but it does need to run as efficiently as possible. Hence why I've currently got a G465 in there, which I'll probably replace with a G1620T when they become available (1 core with Hyper-Threading is painful).

Of course, that's assuming that any of the 16x0T parts even come to this hellhole of a country I live in.
Never heard of ebay.
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#21
Fourstaff
by: lilhasselhoffer
...just wow....

Intel seems to be moving for the lower compute devices with a vengeance. They're channeling all their resources into banging out a feasible solution there, and forgetting the fact that PCs aren't dead yet. This is kind of sad.

Less than four months on the market and they're shifting everything around. I wish AMD could get crap right with Kaveri and give Intel some decent competition, on the higher end PC market.
We are getting IVB-E soon (or are they already in retail?). Also, we know of 4771's existence quite some time ago, and predicted since 4770's slightly slower speed compared to 4770K.

Fleshing out the line is also good too, prepares for the eventual demise of the 1155.

They can't possibly announce xxx0K chips every other week you know.
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