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    News - Intel Haswell refresh official pricelist published

    Many parts are simply clocked about 100MHz higher than the 2013 chips they replace.
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    Re: News - Intel Haswell refresh official pricelist published

    Intel uses new TIM between die and IHS? NEEDS NEW SOCKET AND CHIPSET!
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    Re: News - Intel Haswell refresh official pricelist published

    Quote Originally Posted by aidanjt View Post
    Intel uses new TIM between die and IHS? NEEDS NEW SOCKET AND CHIPSET!
    Hehe, luckily not, though people playing with SSDs etc. might want to go to the 9 series motherboards.

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    Re: News - Intel Haswell refresh official pricelist published

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Hehe, luckily not, though people playing with SSDs etc. might want to go to the 9 series motherboards.
    And new SSD's
    By all accounts the 9 series motherboards are only going to support M.2

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    Re: News - Intel Haswell refresh official pricelist published

    Quote Originally Posted by Corky34 View Post
    And new SSD's
    By all accounts the 9 series motherboards are only going to support M.2
    Well they still support PCIe and SATA SSDs too.

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    Re: News - Intel Haswell refresh official pricelist published

    Something would have gone terribly wrong if they suddenly removed all PCIe and SATA connections
    Sadly some SSD's are already maxing out SATA III, if we want to go faster we are now going to have to buy a M.2 drive.
    Well unless some manufacture manages to implement a decent SATA Express solution.

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    Re: News - Intel Haswell refresh official pricelist published

    So would the i7 4790 be the replacement for the current i7 4770k ?

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    Re: News - Intel Haswell refresh official pricelist published

    Quote Originally Posted by DemonHighwayman View Post
    So would the i7 4790 be the replacement for the current i7 4770k ?
    No, the 4790K is, coming out in a few months.

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    Re: News - Intel Haswell refresh official pricelist published

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    No, the 4790K is, coming out in a few months.
    Ah ok thanks for that, I didn't see that one on the list and was wondering if they had just dropped the 'K' suffix.
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