The next generation of Intel processors for desktop and notebook Core family will be presented in conjunction with the Computex 2013 in Taipei, early in the month of June
Debut confirmed for June 3: we are talking about the next generation of Intel Core family,better known by the code name of Haswell. These processors will introduce a new microarchitecture, thus differing from the Ivy Bridge proposals currently on the market while maintaining the 22-nanometer production technology.
The date of June 3 is not accidental: it is the day before the official opening of Computex Taipei 2013, what is the most important trade fair which is held in Asia. On Monday preceding the opening of the fair has long been used by companies for some events, so-called pre-show, with which are anticipated innovations that will then be displayed in the following days in fera.
The processors from Intel Haswell will be made available in different versions, suitable for desktop systems such as those notebooks. For desktop systems will be in conjunction with a new socket, the LGA 1150, as well as new series chipset 8: all at Computex 2013 Asian motherboard manufacturers show their new solutions based on this platform.
According to the information currently available, the new Haswell processors will be offered initially in the declinations Core i7 and Core i5 processors for desktop systems, together with the versions with Core i7 quad-core architecture intended for use in higher end notebook systems. Only later, presumably from the month of September, we will see the debut also versions of CPU's lowest power allocated to the combination with Ultrabook platforms.