Intel launches Mobile and Desktop processors based on Haswell microarchitecture

Intel Haswell 5 Intel launches Mobile and Desktop processors based on Haswell microarchitecture

Continuing with their yearly refresh, Intel announced their fresh new lineup of processors for mobile as well as desktops based on the company’s latest Haswell core microarchitecture.

Intel follows a very efficient strategy called Tick-Tock. Every Tick is a die shrink, while every Tock is an architectural change or something like that. This strategy has been proven very efficient historically, allowing Intel to first test new architectural features and then shrink them into a smaller process the successive year (in accordance to Moore’s Law), instead of taking a big risk and doing both at the same time (history has taught us not to do that). Since there are a number of new models being launched, we thought putting them all together under one page would really help those wanting to compare the various models and their features.

Here’s the desktop line-up:

Intel Haswell 9 Intel launches Mobile and Desktop processors based on Haswell microarchitecture

Intel Haswell 10 Intel launches Mobile and Desktop processors based on Haswell microarchitecture

Intel Haswell 11 Intel launches Mobile and Desktop processors based on Haswell microarchitecture

Head on to the next page to check out Intel’s mobile Haswell line-up.

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Intel Haswell 5 Intel launches Mobile and Desktop processors based on Haswell microarchitecture

Continuing with their yearly refresh, Intel announced their fresh new lineup of processors for mobile as well as desktops based on the company’s latest Haswell core microarchitecture.

Intel follows a very efficient strategy called Tick-Tock. Every Tick is a die shrink, while every Tock is an architectural change or something like that. This strategy has been proven very efficient historically, allowing Intel to first test new architectural features and then shrink them into a smaller process the successive year (in accordance to Moore’s Law), instead of taking a big risk and doing both at the same time (history has taught us not to do that). Since there are a number of new models being launched, we thought putting them all together under one page would really help those wanting to compare the various models and their features.

Here’s the desktop line-up:

Intel Haswell 9 Intel launches Mobile and Desktop processors based on Haswell microarchitecture

Intel Haswell 10 Intel launches Mobile and Desktop processors based on Haswell microarchitecture

Intel Haswell 11 Intel launches Mobile and Desktop processors based on Haswell microarchitecture

Head on to the next page to check out Intel’s mobile Haswell line-up.

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A 3rd year engineering student, Preetam Nath has a keen interest in following the smartphone and tablet sphere. He plays games on his favorite old PC when he's not doing anything. In the mornings, you can often find him at the gym.