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Monday, 17 June 2013 08:39

Haswell Pentium and Core specs surface

Written by Peter Scott

Something for everyone

Haswell is out and now we have the complete specs for Intel’s first batch of fourth generation Core parts, as well as a few new Pentiums.

The Pentiums don’t appear very impressive. The range starts with the G3220, a 3GHz dual-core with no Hyperthreading and a 54W TDP. There’s a T version as well, with a 2.6GHz clock and 35W TDP. The G3240 is a 3.2GHz part with a 54W TDP and support for DDR3-1600 memory. The T version has a 2.7GHz clock and it’s a 35W chip.

The Core i3 line-up is a bit more interesting. The Core i3-4130 is a 54W hyperthreaded dual-core clocked at 3.4GHz, with 3MB of cache and HD 4400 graphics clocked at up to 1150MHz. It supports DDR3 1600 and it is also available as a 35W T-series part, but with a 2.9GHz clock.

The 4330 is a 3.5GHz version, while the 4330T is clocked 3GHz. However, both flavours feature HD 4600 graphics and a 4MB of cache. The 4340 is more of the same, a 54W part clocked at 3.6GHz, with the same GPU and 4MB of cache.

Moving on to Core i5 parts, the 4440 is a quad-core with no hyperthreading and a 3.1/3.3GHz clock. It comes with 6MB of cache, HD4600 graphics clocked at 1100MHz and an 84W TDP. The Core i5-4440S is a 65W part clocked at 2.8/3.3GHz. The rest of the spec is unchanged.

The Core i7 specs have been out for a while, so there are no surprises there. The Core i7-4820K is a hyperthreaded 130W quad-core, clocked at 3.7/3.9GHz. It has 10MB of cache and supports DDR3 1866 memory. The 4930K is a six-core clocked at 3.4/3.9GHz, with 12MB of cache, while the Core i7-4960X features six cores clocked at 3.6/4GHz, with a whopping 15MB of cache.

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