Intel Core i7, 4rth generation Haswell Processor
Intel core processor is popular brand name which is used for variety of mid range to high end consumer level and business microprocessor. Intel is the company have marketed the whole process as entry level Celeron and Pentium and very similar as other way to with Xeon processor for the server and for the workstation who are required for huge and large amount of tasks. , Intel’s consumer-level processors have been all about mobility right back to those first Core processors in 2006. In 2013 the current lineup of Core processors includes the latest Intel Core i3, Intel Core i5, and Intel Core i7 families similarly other identical or more capable versions of Core processors are launched during time of each quarter in every year.
Latest version after second and third generation of Intel processor families, 4rth generation launched in probably in last quarter of 2013; Intel’s Haswell chips are here, Intel Haswell processor represents the biggest single generational gain in power efficiency in the history of its x86 PC processors. These are the most recent and new family of 22nm processors from Intel, still known as i3, i5 and i7 inside PCs and on the shelf. Process started with Intel changing its targets for power consumption 35 to 45 watts which is used in Intel mobile processors design, they are target for now to minimize this rate to 10 to 20 watts only. For the purpose of this sake, Intel has announced to take release of new version of Haswell, which would be named Haswell-E, expected in last quarter of 2014.
Intell Core i7:
Haswell new version , whose launch Intel apparently postponed by a couple of quarters, will come with introduction of a new chipset the X99, which would be Intel’s first 8 core non server processor as well as DDR4 memory. it is possible that IDF in San Francisco to target the lucrative enthusiast workstation in markets. Most expensive as well as most extensive work efficient Core processor name i7 with the Nehalem based Bloomfield Quad-core processor was came to market in late 2008. Intel’s Core i7 family distinctively used two system level architectures; therefore it has simultaneously two distinct sockets LGA 1156 and LGA 1366 with Nehalem. Core i7 processors remained top of every Intel core processing to use same socket and QPI-based architecture as the low-end Xeon processors of that generation, while lower-performing Core i7 processors .