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Monday, 25 August 2014 12:22

Haswell-E prices leaked in Holland

Written by Fudzilla staff



Starting at €376

A Dutch retailer has leaked the pricing of Intel’s upcoming Haswell-E processors. The leak was unearthed by German tech site Hardware.net

The enthusiast line starts with the Core i7-5820K, a six-core part clocked at 3.3GHz. It features 15MB of L3 cache and a TDP of 140W. The price is €376.

The Core i7-5830K is listed at €562. Just like the Core i7-5820K it is a 140W six-core, but it is clocked at 3.5GHz and it has 40 PCIe lanes compared with 28 lanes on its cheaper sibling.

The flagship Core i7-5960X is priced at €999, no surprises there. It is an octa-core part clocked at 3GHz. The chip boasts a staggering 20MB of L3 cache and 40 PCIe lanes. The TDP is the same, 140W.

Haswell-E parts are expected to launch later this week.

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