Intel Haswell Desktop lineup:
Currently, Intel has launched a total of 12 desktop processors; all of which are quad core. Six of these 12 processors are Core i7 and they comes with hyper-threading effectively giving 8 threads. The Core i7 lineup includes a mix of 84W, 65W, 45W and 35W chips. All of them have Intel HD 4600 graphics but there is one special SKU, the Core i7-4770R, which comes in BGA package and features the most high-end Iris Pro 5200 graphics.
Here is a table comparing all the Core i7 SKUs:
|Intel 4th Gen Core i7 Haswell Desktop Processors|
|Core i7-4770K||Core i7-4770||Core i7-4770S||Core i7-4770T||Core i7-4770R||Core i7-4765T|
|CPU Base Freq||3.5||3.4||3.1||2.5||3.2||2.0|
|Max Turbo||3.9 (Unlocked)||3.9||3.9||3.7||3.9||3.0|
|HD Graphics||4600||4600||4600||4600||Iris Pro 5200||4600|
|GPU Max Clock||1250||1200||1200||1200||1300||1200|
Similarly, Intel is starting off with six Core i5 quad-core SKUs all of which have HD 4600 graphics. There are no surprises here; all of the chips come in LGA package and have 84W, 65W or 45W TDP.
Here is a table comparing all the Core i5 SKUs:
|Intel 4th Gen Core i5 Haswell Desktop Processors|
|Core i5-4670K||Core i5-4670||Core i5-4670S||Core i5-4670T||Core i5-4570||Core i5-4570S|
|CPU Base Freq||3.4||3.4||3.1||2.3||3.2||2.9|
|Max Turbo||3.8 (Unlocked)||3.8||3.8||3.3||3.6||3.6|
|GPU Max Clock||1200||1200||1200||1200||1150||1150|
Right now, Intel hasn’t launched any budget Haswell processors as there doesn’t seem to be any real need for them. They’ll probably come in dual-core Core i3 and Core i5 flavors at-least a couple of months later. Currently, low-end Ivy Bridge chips will cater this market.