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[VR-China] Intel replaces Haswell mobile with Broadwell 14nm in H2 2014

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They pretty much said that the mobile Haswells will be replaced with Broadwells which are 14nm in 2014 H2, for lowing the power consumption obviously.

The desktop parts will be replaced with Haswell refresh, and by that time the Z97 will be out.

Oh and apparently the i7s are labeled as "premium" now, I think they were labeled as "mainstream" along with i5s before?
Edited by TheLAWNOOB - 7/28/13 at 9:28am
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I was looking at new laptops with 4700/4800s, Looks like I'll wait. I wasn't in a hurry anyway.
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This was already expected though :c
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Oh and apparently the i7s are labeled as "premium" now, I think they were labeled as "mainstream" along with i5s before?

the quad i7s have been in the P1 segment of the Performance/Premium segment since the launch of the 2600K.

3930K is P2 segment of the same segment while the extreme editions are in the extreme segment.
 
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