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Submitted by justinbkerr 932d ago | news

Rumor: Leaked Chart Details Desktop Haswell CPU’s Slated For Q2 2013 Release

Maximum PC: Tech rumor site VR-Zone claims to have an authentic list of Intel’s first wave of “Haswell” desktop processors, and while we can’t confirm it outright, the parts listed seem highly plausible. Of the 14 CPU’s detailed, 6 fall under the category “standard power” with TDP’s of 84W, and 8 are referred to as “low power”, with TDP’s ranging between 65W - 35W. (Intel, PC, PC hardware)

RedDeadLB  +   931d ago
Should have known they'd come up with a new socket.
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Farsendor1  +   931d ago
don't you guys think this is too soon?
Truthandreason  +   931d ago
this is actually the usual time, their last chip, ivy bridge, was delayed a few months which makes it look like shorter intervals.
newsguy  +   931d ago
exciting stuff

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