A leaked Intel roadmap suggests that changes are afoot in their future plans.
Introduces more processors into the Core i7, i5, i3 and Pentium lineups.
Reports suggest that Haswell CPUs and 9-series chipsets are not compatible.
A new family of Core i3 and Pentium processors are set to dominate the budget market.
The desktop will still only see a Haswell refresh in future
Core i7-3910K may be a cheap six-core processor to help clear out stock.
A Core i5 or Celeron dual-core will take your motherboard along with it in the event of a failure.
Intel will release a firmware update to remove Haswell CPU overclocking ability on Z-series motherboard chipsets.
Also exposes multiplier-controlled overclocking on B85 and H81 motherboards through Non-Z OC
ASRock’s Non-Z OC makes it possibly the most attractive board partner out there.
Intel removes the option to ramp up Turbo Speeds for extra performance, leaving the cheap overclock-able CPU market in AMD hands
A weekend launch with availabllity the following week – who doesn’t love that?
Big jumps in performance-per-watt and power savings in store for buyers
It looks like LGA 1150 boards won’t be more expensive.
The MPower MAX looks like MSI’s arrow to the ASRock Z87 OC Formula’s knee.
Pricing for the processors has been revealed by trusted website VR-Zone