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Tuesday, 25 March 2014 08:49

Haswell refresh to ship next month

Written by Fudzilla staff




Something for everyone

Intel's upcoming Haswell refresh parts are expected to ship later this year and the first batch should be available next month.

The initial batch will include six new Core parts along with five Celeron and Pentium products, reports Digitimes.

The new Core parts are the Core i7-4790, Core i5-4690, Core i5-4490, Core i3-4360/4350/4150. The lower end will be covered by Pentium G3450, G3440, G3240 parts and two new flavour of Celeron, the G1850 and G1840.

Last week Intel also announced Haswell-E, Devil's Canyon and Pentium Anniversary Edition products. Devil's Canyon is a Haswell refresh re-engineered for overclocking, with an all new packaging. Pentium Anniversary Edition parts sound interesting,

too. They will be unlocked and they will be based on Haswell refresh silicon. 

We aren't sure when Haswell-E, Devil's Canyon and Pentium Anniversary Edition parts will ship, but it shouldn't be long now. 

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