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4th Generation Intel Core Processors with Socket LGA 1150 Leaked

From whatswithjeff.com "Most of us PC Enthusiast are eagerly waiting for the unveiling and releasing of the much awaited 4th Generation Intel Core Processors that are codenamed “Haswell“. Some of the upcoming 4th gen. Intel Core processors to be released this 2013 are the Intel Core i7-4770K and i7-4770S. But other than that, there are actually many 4th generation Intel Processors that will be released based on Socket LGA 1150. Artic has intentionally or accidentally leaked the model numbers of these Haswell processors based on LGA1150. See them below."

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hiredhelp1363d ago (Edited 1363d ago )

Give me a break intel slow down 1366/then i went bought 1155 then soon done that you announce 2011 and then ivy bridge and now 1150. Gasp.

Well im happy my sandy bridge 1155

mushroomwig1362d ago

Likewise, I've only just bought the i5-3570k and I have no intention of upgrading for at least 3 years.

Rubberlegs1362d ago

Its their tick tock model they are running, they are releasing a new series each year. Next year chip will still see be 1550 but at 14 nm.

shutUpAndTakeMyMoney1362d ago (Edited 1362d ago )

no! We have to get to quantum computing asap!! Need to skip everything and get to 1nm cpu now! High end Gaming pc in my pocket by then?

Blasphemy1362d ago

Still don't have a reason to upgrade my core i7 920! Maybe in 2014!

Sarcasm1362d ago

Still have my i7 2600k at 4.6ghz and probably will for at least another 2-3 years.

hiredhelp1362d ago

@Sarcasm
Snap dude same processor but im at 4.8ghz yes your right no need upgrade.
Happy gaming guys.

Raf1k11362d ago

I'm still running an E8400 which is fine for everything other than BF3.

Planning on upgrading this year but don't know if I should wait for Haswell.

nchizimbi1361d ago

If you do upgrade this year, wait for Haswell.

mcstorm1362d ago

I think Intel should start to look at there mobile side of the market more than the x84/64 processors as they could be in for a big shock in the Windows Market once we see the big supply of Windows 8 tablets on the market.

We will still need X86/64 for Business and Games but home and media users will start to look more that the RT side and I think this could be Intel's big down side.