Intel Broadwell CPUs can go back in Q3 2014
a little earlier, in May, the market expects a refreshing wave with about 20 new models chips from generation Intel Haswell.
In October last year, Intel announced that it postponed by three months the start of mass production of 14-nanometer processors to a new generation of architecture Broadwell. This not-so-good news readjusted expectations of the industry market debut Broadwell chips no earlier than the last quarter of the year. Online Resources X-bit labs, however, believes that to date there are very high chances that these chips to hit the market in the third quarter of 2014
As you may remember, the decision to delay the announcement of Intel Broadwell CPUs was dictated not only by the difficulties of the traditional PC market, but also some difficulties with the production of edible produce in the factories of Intel. From X-bit labs, however, argue that the upcoming June 2014 Computex technology exhibition will be shown a series of accompanying Broadwell products such as motherboards, laptops and various other PC systems. Perfectly logical to assume that immediately or almost immediately after it will start sales-announced products, so as to cover the period before the start of the new school year.
Before this happens, however, the market expects the so-called. Haswell Refresh wave that will bring many new CPU models with current generation architecture is expected to supply the new Intel Haswell processors to begin in May 2014, and accompanying chipset Intel Z97 and H97 - in March or April. According to the online resource Wccftech, within Haswell Refresh will be presented 20 new models, including the Core i7-4790 and 4790S, Core i5-4690, 4590, 4460, 4590S, 4460S, Core i3-4360, 4150T, Pentium G3450 and Celeron G1840. According to available information, most new processors differ from their predecessors by about 100 MHz higher operating frequency. As for the models with index K and unlocked multiplier, they expect more in the third quarter of the year - at the same time as the expected release of a high-performance platform Intel Haswell-E.