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he CPUs that would have the BGA socket are the Core i7 4770R, Core i5 4670R, and the Core i5 4570R. As you can tell, the R-naming makes for the BGA socket, so keep an eye out for this when buying a new PC. Beyond the BGA socket, the -R CPUs will also carry an HD 5200 GPU rather than the HD 4600 GPU found on all other Haswell chips.

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Intel-Haswell-BGA-LGA-Socket,21917.html
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no source and the image is really tiny when you click it.
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Use this chart I made, OP, http://imgur.com/yAVU26n.png
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This is going to be an failure, I don't think there will be much people buying an CPU that is BGA since the CPU and motherboard can die so if one or the other dies you can say goodbye to your 500-800$ CPU+Motherboard so it will cost more and this will turn off some overclockers also...
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This is going to be an failure, I don't think there will be much people buying an CPU that is BGA since the CPU and motherboard can die so if one or the other dies you can say goodbye to your 500-800$ CPU+Motherboard so it will cost more and this will turn off some overclockers also...

And once again the elitist enthusiasts ugly head rears itself. This is for OEM builds and they will sell a ton.
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And once again the elitist enthusiasts ugly head rears itself. This is for OEM builds and they will sell a ton.

Agreed. I believe this would be an excellent base for those "all-in-one" units that are built-in with an LCD monitor...

Although in vampirr's case, it's not elitism but antipathy that fueled his response. Intel could've invented sliced bread and he'd complain that the slices weren't the right width and that Jim Keller will make an improved "heterogeneous bread baker/slicer" in the year 20XX that will supposedly slice the bread twice as well...
Edited by svenge - 4/13/13 at 5:36am
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And once again the elitist enthusiasts ugly head rears itself. This is for OEM builds and they will sell a ton.

Even for OEM if that's how they work and one or the other ceases to function that's not going to be a nice experience for the consumer.
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Even for OEM if that's how they work and one or the other ceases to function that's not going to be a nice experience for the consumer.

From the point of view of the average consumer of a pre-built computer, any failure would be a poor experience.

For them, it really doesn't matter in the end if it's a standard motherboard with a iGPU-equipped CPU, a discrete card + non-iGPU CPU + standard motherboard, or this R-series BGA setup. Whichever configuration it ends up as, any failure ends up as a warranty call to the support line.
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LGA lives on in the 4770k and all others that don't have the -R designation. Low power CPU's with VERY powerful integrated graphics make a great combo for HTPC builders, as a low-end discrete GPU is not longer needed.

Plus, with the results we've seen out of GT3, these things are going to kick hard
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And once again the elitist enthusiasts ugly head rears itself. This is for OEM builds and they will sell a ton.

I think he was just expressing that he doesn't want Intel to change everything to BGA.

And i'm sure these will be NUC processors.
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