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Haswell range of CPUs

Postby Mike10 » Wed Dec 12, 2012 2:15 pm

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Re: Haswell range of CPUs

Postby Apoptosis » Thu Dec 13, 2012 7:30 am

The Core i7-4770K is where it is at! I hope Intel HD 4600 Graphics is a nice boost over Intel HD 4000 Graphics!
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Re: Haswell range of CPUs

Postby Mike10 » Thu Dec 13, 2012 12:20 pm

The fact it's 4600 and not 5000 suggests to me that it will be a modest evolutionary upgrade, rather than massively better. I reckon it'll be 20-40% faster, no more. Not that it wouldn't be welcome, of course.
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Re: Haswell range of CPUs

Postby egloeckle » Thu Dec 13, 2012 6:56 pm

Not that this really affects most users of this CPU family but it bugs me that VT-D and TXT are not supported on the 'K' processors if this chart is in fact correct. Again, it really doesnt affect most but for some reason it bugs me.
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Re: Haswell range of CPUs

Postby WIntel » Wed Feb 06, 2013 2:40 am

I don't mean to sound like an ass, but outside of the HD graphics and updated instructions what is the difference between this and the Ivy Bridge? I mean the speeds, cores, and L3 seem to be same.
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Re: Haswell range of CPUs

Postby egloeckle » Fri Feb 08, 2013 12:18 am

Its the microarch revamp. Just like Nehalem -> Sandy Bridge was. Same 22nm process, but new instructions, sockets and other things. It is expected to have a new cache design and have better power saving features.
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Re: Haswell range of CPUs

Postby sbohdan » Sat Feb 16, 2013 9:58 pm

I really hope Intel will change back to the soldering technique between the core and the heatspreader, from using cheap TIM. This disquisting downgrade has stopped me from changeing to Ivybridge. If the continue to do this in the Haswell, I'm not getting it for sure. So when are the first ones expected to be out?
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Re: Haswell range of CPUs

Postby sbohdan » Tue Jun 11, 2013 1:09 am

So has anyone any info on the way the heatspreader is attached on Haswell's? Are they soldered again or just use the el chipo TIM like on the Ivy Bridge? :?

UPDATE: I have looked around and found this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXs0I5ku ... r_embedded

UPDATE 06/02/13: Haswell just launched, and it looks like Intel did not change the manufacturing process of the thermal paste. Haswell still uses paste instead of solder between the IHS and die.


So it seems we still have to get the heatspreader off, to fix this major design flaw. Shame on you Intell! :evil:
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