Intel has today announced the addition of nine new processors to its Intel Haswell CPU range based on its 4th-generation Core architecture.
The addition of the new Intel Haswell processes offer a range of new chips for consumers to enjoy, ranging from a flagship Intel Core i7 Haswell processor priced at over $1000 to a selection of ultra-low voltage processors priced under $300 in the form of the Core i5-4360U, i5-4310U and the Celeron 2980U.
At the higher end of the range is the Core i7-4940MX which features 4 cores clocked at 3.1 GHz and bears a price tag of $1,096. The Core i7-4940MX has now taken top position and is now the flagship CPU in the Haswell range pushing the previous Intel Core i7 3.0 GHz i7-4930X processor into second place. CPU World a little more about the new additions:
“Core i7-4860HQ, i7-4810MQ and i7-4910MQ are quad-core processors, that operate at 2.4 GHz, 2.8 GHz and 2.9 GHz respectively. The former two chips have 6 MB of level 3 cache, and the latter chip has 8 MB L3 cache. The “MQ” CPUs use HD 4600, and the “HQ” model features HD 5200, or Iris Pro graphics. Official prices of Core i7s range from $379 for the i7-4810MQ to $568 for the i7-4910MQ.”
For more information on the new on all the new Intel Haswell processors jump over to the CPU World website for details.