Haswell (microarchitecture)

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Haswell
Haswell Chip.jpg
A Haswell wafer with several dies, with a pin for scale
General information
LaunchedJune 4, 2013;8 years ago (June 4, 2013)
CPUID code0306C3h
Product code
Cache
L1 cache 64  KB per core
L2 cache256 KB per core
L3 cache2–45  MB (shared)
L4 cache128 MB of eDRAM (Iris Pro models only)
Architecture and classification
Min. feature size 22 nm (Tri-Gate)
ArchitectureHaswell x86
Instructions x86, x86-64
Extensions
Physical specifications
Cores
    • 2–4 (mainstream)
    • 6–8 (enthusiast)
    • 2–18 (Xeon)
GPU(s)
  • HD Graphics 4200
  • HD Graphics 4400
  • HD Graphics 4600
  • HD Graphics 5000
  • Iris 5100
  • Iris Pro 5200
Socket(s)
Products, models, variants
Model(s)
    • Haswell
    • Haswell Refresh
    • Haswell-E
    • Haswell-EP
    • Haswell-EX
Brand name(s)
    • Core i3
    • Core i5
    • Core i7
    • Xeon E3 v3
    • Xeon E5 v3
    • Xeon E7 v3
    • Pentium
    • Celeron
History
Predecessor Sandy Bridge (Tock)
Ivy Bridge (Tick)
Successor Broadwell (Tick/Process)
Skylake (Tock)

Haswell is the codename for a processor microarchitecture developed by Intel as the "fourth-generation core" successor to the Ivy Bridge (which is a die shrink/tick of the Sandy Bridge microarchitecture). [1] Intel officially announced CPUs based on this microarchitecture on June 4, 2013, at Computex Taipei 2013, [2] while a working Haswell chip was demonstrated at the 2011 Intel Developer Forum. [3] With Haswell, which uses a 22 nm process, [4] Intel also introduced low-power processors designed for convertible or "hybrid" ultrabooks, designated by the "U" suffix.

Contents

Haswell CPUs are used in conjunction with the Intel 8 Series chipsets, Intel 9 Series chipsets, and Intel C220 series chipsets.

At least one Haswell-based processor is still being sold as of 2021, the Pentium G3420. [5] [6]

Design

The Haswell architecture is specifically designed [7] to optimize the power savings and performance benefits from the move to FinFET (non-planar, "3D") transistors on the improved 22 nm process node. [8]

Haswell has been launched in three major forms: [9]

Notes

Performance

Compared to Ivy Bridge:

Technology

Features carried over from Ivy Bridge

New features

Haswell featured a Fully Integrated Voltage Regulator. Fully Integrated Voltage Regulator.svg
Haswell featured a Fully Integrated Voltage Regulator.
Translation lookaside buffer sizes [63] [64]
CachePage size
NameLevel4 KB2 MB1 GB
DTLB1st64324
ITLB1st1288 / logical corenone
STLB2nd1024none

Server processors features

Haswell Refresh

Around the middle of 2014, Intel released a refresh of Haswell, simply titled Haswell Refresh. When compared to the original Haswell CPUs lineup, Haswell Refresh CPUs offer a modest increase in clock frequencies, usually of 100 MHz. [77] Haswell Refresh CPUs are supported by Intel's 9 Series chipsets (Z97 and H97, codenamed Wildcat Point), while motherboards with 8 Series chipsets (codenamed Lynx Point) usually require a BIOS update to support Haswell Refresh CPUs. [78]

The CPUs codenamed Devil's Canyon, covering the i5 and i7 K-series SKUs, employ a new and improved thermal interface material (TIM) called next-generation polymer thermal interface material (NGPTIM). This improved TIM reduces the CPU's operating temperatures and improves the overclocking potential, as something that had been problematic since the introduction of Ivy Bridge. [79] Other changes for the Devil's Canyon CPUs include a TDP increase to 88 W, additional decoupling capacitors to help smooth out the outputs from the fully integrated voltage regulator (FIVR), and support for the VT-d that was previously limited to non-K-series SKUs. [80] TSX was another feature brought over from the non-K-series SKUs, until August 2014 when a microcode update disabled TSX due to a bug that was discovered in its implementation. [38] [39]

Windows XP and Vista support

While Ivy Bridge is the last Intel processor to fully support all versions of Windows XP, Haswell includes limited driver support for certain XP editions such as POSReady2009. People have modified the graphics driver for these versions to adapt to normal Windows XP to varying degrees of success.

Windows Vista support is also dropped with this processor as well. People who have installed Vista have reported various problems such as services not starting automatically. This same bug affected Windows 7, but was patched by Microsoft with an update that was not backported to Vista. XP is unaffected by this bug.

List of Haswell processors

Desktop processors

Intel Haswell i7-4771 CPU, sitting atop its original packaging that contains an OEM fan-cooled heatsink Intel Haswell 4771 CPU.jpg
Intel Haswell i7-4771 CPU, sitting atop its original packaging that contains an OEM fan-cooled heatsink

The following table lists available desktop processors.

Target
segment
Cores
(threads)
Processor
branding and model
GPU modelCPU clock rate Graphics clock rate Cache TDP PCIe 3.0 lane
configurations [a]
VT-d [b] Release
date
Release
price
(USD)
Motherboard
Normal Turbo NormalTurbo L3 L4 [lower-alpha 1] SocketInterfaceMemory
Enthusiast / High-End8 (16)Core i7
Extreme
5960X N/A3.0 GHz3.5 GHzN/AN/A20 MBN/A140 W2×16 + 1×8YesAugust 29, 2014 [89] $999 LGA 2011-v3 DMI 2.0
PCIe 3.0
Up to quad
channel
DDR4-2133
6 (12) 5930K 3.5 GHz3.7 GHz15 MB$583
5820K 3.3 GHz3.6 GHz1×16 + 1×8 + 1×4$389
Performance4 (8)Core i7 4790K HD 4600 
(GT2)
4.0 GHz4.4 GHz350 MHz [90] 1.25 GHz8 MB88 W1×16
2×8
1×8 + 2×4
June 2, 2014$339 LGA
1150
Up to dual
channel
DDR3-1600 [91]
4790 3.6 GHz4.0 GHz1.2 GHz84 WMay 11, 2014$303
4790S 3.2 GHz65 W
4790T 2.7 GHz3.9 GHz45 W
4785T 2.2 GHz3.2 GHz35 W
4771 3.5 GHz3.9 GHz84 WSeptember 1, 2013$320
4770K 1.25 GHzNoJune 2, 2013 [92] $339
4770 3.4 GHz1.2 GHzYes$303
4770S 3.1 GHz65 W
4770R Iris Pro 5200 
(GT3e)
3.2 GHz200 MHz1.3 GHz6 MB128 MB$392BGA
1364
4770T HD 4600 
(GT2)
2.5 GHz3.7 GHz350 MHz [90] 1.2 GHz8 MBN/A45 W$303 LGA
1150
4770TE 2.3 GHz3.3 GHz1 GHz
4765T 2.0 GHz3.0 GHz1.2 GHz35 W
Mainstream4 (4)Core i5 4690K 3.5 GHz3.9 GHz6 MB88 WJune 2, 2014$242
4690 84 WMay 11, 2014$213
4690S 3.2 GHz65 W
4690T 2.5 GHz3.5 GHz45 W
4670K 3.4 GHz3.8 GHz84 WNoJune 2, 2013$242
4670 Yes$213
4670S 3.1 GHz65 W
4670R Iris Pro 5200 
(GT3e)
3.0 GHz3.7 GHz200 MHz1.3 GHz4 MB128 MB$310BGA
1364
4670T HD 4600 
(GT2)
2.3 GHz3.3 GHz350 MHz [90] 1.2 GHz6 MBN/A45 W$213 LGA
1150
4590 3.3 GHz3.7 GHz1.15 GHz84 WMay 11, 2014$192
4590S 3.0 GHz65 W
4590T 2.0 GHz3.0 GHz35 W
4570 3.2 GHz3.6 GHz84 WJune 2, 2013
4570S 2.9 GHz65 W
4570R Iris Pro 5200 
(GT3e)
2.7 GHz3.2 GHz200 MHz4 MB128 MB$288BGA
1364
2 (4) 4570T HD 4600 
(GT2)
2.9 GHz3.6 GHzN/A35 W$192 LGA
1150
4570TE 2.7 GHz3.3 GHz350 MHz [90] 1 GHz
4 (4) 4460 3.2 GHz3.4 GHz1.1 GHz6 MB84 WMay 11, 2014$182
4460S 2.9 GHz65 W
4460T 1.9 GHz2.7 GHz35 W
4440 3.1 GHz3.3 GHz84 WSeptember 1, 2013
4440S 2.8 GHz65 W
4430 3.0 GHz3.2 GHz84 WJune 2, 2013 [92]
4430S 2.7 GHz65 W
2 (4)Core i3 4370 3.8 GHzN/A1.15 GHz4 MB54 WNoJuly 20, 2014$149
4360 3.7 GHzMay 11, 2014
4350 3.6 GHz$138
4340 September 1, 2013$149
4330 3.5 GHz$138
4370T 3.3 GHz200 MHz35 WMarch 30, 2015
4360T 3.2 GHzJuly 20, 2014
4350T 3.1 GHzMay 11, 2014
4330T 3.0 GHzSeptember 1, 2013
4340TE 2.6 GHz350 MHz1 GHzMay 11, 2014$138
4330TE 2.4 GHzSeptember 1, 2013$122
4170 HD 4400 
(GT2)
3.7 GHz1.15 GHz3 MB54 WMarch 30, 2015$117
4160 3.6 GHzJuly 20, 2014
4150 3.5 GHzMay 11, 2014
4130 3.4 GHzSeptember 1, 2013$122
4170T 3.2 GHz200 MHz35 WMarch 30, 2015$117
4160T 3.1 GHzJuly 20, 2014
4150T 3.0 GHzMay 11, 2014
4130T 2.9 GHzSeptember 1, 2013$122
2 (2)Pentium G3470 HD Graphics3.6 GHz350 MHz1.1 GHz53 WMarch 30, 2015$86
G3460 3.5 GHzJuly 20, 2014
G3450 3.4 GHzMay 11, 2014
G3440 3.3 GHz$75
G3430 December 1, 2013$86
G3420 3.2 GHz$75
G3460T 3.0 GHz200 MHz1.1 GHz35 WMarch 30, 2015
G3450T 2.9 GHzJuly 20, 2014
G3440T 2.8 GHzMay 11, 2014
G3420T 2.7 GHzDecember 1, 2013
G3320TE 2.3 GHz350 MHz1 GHzUp to dual
channel
DDR3-1333
G3260 3.3 GHz1.1 GHz53 WMarch 30, 2015$64
G3258 [c] 3.2 GHzJune 2, 2014$72
G3250 July 20, 2014$64
G3240 3.1 GHzMay 11, 2014
G3220 3.0 GHzDecember 1, 2013
G3260T 2.9 GHz200 MHz35 WMarch 30, 2015
G3250T 2.8 GHzJuly 20, 2014
G3240T 2.7 GHzMay 11, 2014
G3220T 2.6 GHzDecember 1, 2013
Celeron G1850 2.9 GHz350 MHz1.05 GHz2 MB53 WMay 11, 2014$52
G1840 2.8 GHz$42
G1830 December 1, 2013$52
G1820 2.7 GHz$42
G1840T 2.5 GHz200 MHz35 WMay 11, 2014
G1820T 2.4 GHzDecember 1, 2013
G1820TE 2.2 GHz1 GHz
a Some of these configurations could be disabled by the chipset. For example, H-series chipsets disable all PCIe 3.0 lane configurations except 1×16.
b This feature also requires a chipset that supports VT-d like the Q87 chipset or the X99 chipset.
c This is called 20th Anniversary Edition and has an unlocked multiplier.

SKU suffixes to denote:

Server processors

Intel Xeon E3-1241 v3 CPU.jpg
Intel Xeon E3-1241 v3 CPU, on top of its original packaging with an OEM fan-cooled heatsink
Intel Xeon E5-1650 v3 CPU.jpg
Intel Xeon E5-1650 v3 CPU; its retail box contains no OEM heatsink

The first digit of the model number designates the largest supported multi-socket configuration; thus, E5-26xx v3 models support up to dual-socket configurations, while the E7-48xx v3 and E7-88xx v3 models support up to quad- and eight-socket configurations, respectively. Also, E5-16xx/26xx v3 and E7-48xx/88xx v3 models have no integrated GPU.

Lists of launched server processors are below, split between Haswell E3-12xx v3, E5-16xx/26xx v3 and E7-48xx/88xx v3 models.

Haswell E7-48xx/88xx v3 SKUs [94] [95]
Target
segment
Cores
(threads)
Processor
branding and model
CPU clock rate L3
cache
TDP Release
date
Release
price
(USD)
Motherboard
Normal Turbo SocketInterfaceMemory
Server4 (8) Xeon E7 v3 E7-8893v3 3.2 GHz3.5 GHz45 MB140 WMay 2015$6,841 LGA
2011-1
QPI (up to
9.6 GT/s [lower-alpha 2] )
DMI 2.0
PCIe 3.0
Up to DDR4-1866 or DDR3-1600
10 (20) E7-8891v3 2.8 GHz165 W
18 (36) E7-8890v3 2.5 GHz3.3 GHz$7,174
E7-8880v3 2.3 GHz3.1 GHz150 W$5,895
E7-8880Lv3 2.0 GHz2.8 GHz115 W$6,063
E7-8870v3 2.1 GHz2.9 GHz140 W$4,672
16 (32) E7-8867v3 2.5 GHz3.3 GHz165 W
E7-8860v3 2.2 GHz3.2 GHz40 MB$4,061
14 (28) E7-4850v3 2.8 GHz35 MB115 W$3,003
12 (24) E7-4830v3 2.1 GHz2.7 GHz30 MB$2,170
10 (20) E7-4820v3 1.9 GHzN/A25 MB$1,502
8 (16) E7-4809v3 2.0 GHz
Haswell E5-16xx/26xx v3 SKUs
Target
segment
Cores
(threads)
Processor
branding and model
CPU clock rate CPU
AVX clock rate [96]
L3
cache
TDP Release
date
Release
price
(USD)
tray / box
Motherboard
Normal Turbo NormalTurboSocketInterfaceMemory
Server18 (36) Xeon E5 v3 2699v3 2.3 GHz3.6 GHz1.9 GHz3.3 GHz45 MB145 WSeptember 9, 2014N/A LGA
2011-3
QPI (up to
9.6 GT/s [lower-alpha 2] )
DMI 2.0
PCIe 3.0
up to DDR4-2133
16 (32) 2698v3 40 MB135 W
2698Av3 [97] 2.8 GHz3.2 GHz2.3 GHz2.9 GHz165 WNovember 2014OEM
14 (28) 2697v3 2.6 GHz3.6 GHz2.2 GHz3.3 GHz35 MB145 WSeptember 9, 2014$2,702 / $2,706
2695v3 2.3 GHz3.3 GHz1.9 GHz3.0 GHz120 W$2,424 / $2,428
12 (24) 2690v3 2.6 GHz3.5 GHz2.3 GHz3.2 GHz30 MB135 W$2,090 / $2,094
14 (28) 2683v3 2.0 GHz3.0 GHz1.7 GHz2.7 GHz35 MB120 W$1,846 / 
12 (24) 2680v3 2.5 GHz3.3 GHz2.1 GHz3.1 GHz30 MB$1,745 / $1,749
2673v3 [lower-alpha 3] 2.4 GHz3.1 GHz105 W
2670v3 2.3 GHz3.1 GHz2.0 GHz2.9 GHz120 W$1,589 / $1,593
8 (16) 2667v3 3.2 GHz3.6 GHz2.7 GHz3.5 GHz20 MB135 W$2,057 / 
10 (20) 2660v3 2.6 GHz3.3 GHz2.2 GHz3.1 GHz25 MB105 W$1,445 / $1,449
12 (24) 2650Lv3 1.8 GHz2.5 GHz1.5 GHz2.3 GHz30 MB65 W$1,329 / 
2658v3 2.2 GHz2.9 GHz1.9 GHz3.0 GHz105 W$1,832 / 
10 (20) 2650v3 2.3 GHz3.0 GHz2.0 GHz2.8 GHz25 MB$1,166 / $1,171
12 (24) 2648Lv3 1.8 GHz2.5 GHz1.5 GHz2.2 GHz30 MB75 W$1,544 / 
6 (12) 2643v3 3.4 GHz3.7 GHz2.8 GHz3.6 GHz20 MB135 W$1,552 / 
8 (16) 2640v3 2.6 GHz3.4 GHz2.2 GHz3.4 GHz20 MB90 W$939 / $944up to DDR4-1866
4 (8) 2637v3 3.5 GHz3.7 GHz3.2 GHz3.6 GHz15 MB135 W$996 / up to DDR4-2133
8 (16) 2630v3 2.4 GHz3.2 GHz2.1 GHz3.2 GHz20 MB85 W$667 / $671up to DDR4-1866
2630Lv3 1.8 GHz2.9 GHz1.5 GHz2.9 GHz55 W$612 / 
10 (20) 2628Lv3 2.0 GHz2.5 GHz1.7 GHz2.4 GHz25 MB75 W$1,364 / 
4 (8) 2623v3 3.0 GHz3.5 GHz2.7 GHz3.5 GHz10 MB105 W$444 / 
6 (12) 2620v3 2.4 GHz3.2 GHz2.1 GHz3.2 GHz15 MB85 W$417 / $422
8 (16) 2618Lv3 2.3 GHz3.4 GHz1.9 GHz3.4 GHz20 MB75 W$779 / 
6 (6) 2609v3 1.9 GHzN/A1.9 GHzN/A15 MB85 W$306 / $306up to DDR4-1600
6 (12) 2608Lv3 2.0 GHz1.7 GHz52 W$441 / up to DDR4-1866
6 (6) 2603v3 1.6 GHz1.3 GHz85 W$213 / $217up to DDR4-1600
Workstation10 (20) 2687Wv3 3.1 GHz3.5 GHz2.7 GHz3.5 GHz25 MB160 W$2,141 / $2,145up to DDR4-2133
8 (16) 1680v3 3.2 GHz3.8 GHz2.9 GHz3.4 GHz20 MB140 W$1,723 /  DMI 2.0
PCIe 3.0
1660v3 3.0 GHz3.5 GHz2.7 GHz3.5 GHz$1,080 / 
6 (12) 1650v3 3.5 GHz3.8 GHz3.2 GHz3.7 GHz15 MB$583 / $586
4 (8) 1630v3 3.7 GHz3.8 GHz3.4 GHz3.7 GHz10 MB$372 / 
1620v3 3.5 GHz3.6 GHz3.2 GHz3.5 GHz$294 / $297
4 (4) 1607v3 3.1 GHzN/A2.8 GHzN/A$255 / —up to DDR4-1866
4 (4) 1603v3 2.8 GHz2.5 GHz$202 / —
Haswell E3-12xx v3 SKUs
Target
segment
Cores
(threads)
Processor
branding and model
GPU modelCPU clock rate Graphics clock rate L3
cache
GPU
eDRAM
TDP Release
date
Release
price
(USD)
tray / box
Motherboard
Normal Turbo NormalTurboSocketInterfaceMemory
Server4 (8) Xeon E3 v3 1286v3 HD P4700 (GT2)3.7 GHz4.1 GHz350 MHz1.3 GHz8 MBN/A84 WMay 11, 2014$662 /  LGA
1150
DMI 2.0
PCIe 3.0
up to dual
channel
DDR3-1600
with ECC
1286Lv3 3.2 GHz4.0 GHz1.25 GHz65 W$774 / 
1285v3 3.6 GHz1.3 GHz84 WJune 2, 2013$662 / 
1285Lv3 3.1 GHz3.9 GHz1.25 GHz65 W$774 / 
1284Lv3 Iris Pro 5200 (GT3e)1.8 GHz3.2 GHz750 MHz1 GHz6 MB128 MB47 WFebruary 18, 2014OEMBGA
1364
1281v3 N/A3.7 GHz4.1 GHzN/A8 MBN/A82 WMay 11, 2014$612 /  LGA
1150
1280v3 3.6 GHz4.0 GHzJune 2, 2013
1276v3 HD P4600 (GT2)350 MHz1.25 GHz84 WMay 11, 2014$339 / $350
1275v3 3.5 GHz3.9 GHzJune 2, 2013$339 / $350
1275Lv3 HD (GT1)2.7 GHz1.2 GHz45 WMay 11, 2014$328 / 
1271v3 N/A3.6 GHz4.0 GHzN/A80 W$328 / $339
1270v3 3.5 GHz3.9 GHzJune 2, 2013
1268Lv3 HD P4600 (GT2)2.3 GHz3.3 GHz350 MHz1 GHz45 W$310 / 
1265Lv3 HD (GT1)2.5 GHz3.7 GHz1.2 GHz$294 / 
1246v3 HD P4600 (GT2)3.5 GHz3.9 GHz84 WMay 11, 2014$276 / $287
1245v3 3.4 GHz3.8 GHzJune 2, 2013
1241v3 N/A3.5 GHz3.9 GHzN/A80 WMay 11, 2014$262 / $273
1240v3 3.4 GHz3.8 GHzJune 2, 2013
1240Lv3 2.0 GHz3.0 GHz25 WMay 11, 2014$278 / 
1231v3 3.4 GHz3.8 GHz80 W$240 / $250
1230v3 3.3 GHz3.7 GHzJune 2, 2013
1230Lv3 1.8 GHz2.8 GHz25 W$250 / 
4 (4) 1226v3 HD P4600 (GT2)3.3 GHz3.7 GHz350 MHz1.2 GHz84 WMay 11, 2014$213 / $224
1225v3 3.2 GHz3.6 GHzJune 2, 2013
1220v3 N/A3.1 GHz3.5 GHzN/A80 W$193 / $203
2 (4) 1220Lv3 1.1 GHz1.5 GHz4 MB13 WSeptember 1, 2013$193 / 

SKU suffixes to denote:

Mobile processors

The following table lists available mobile processors.

Target
segment
Cores
(threads)
Processor
branding and model
GPU model Programmable TDP [101] :69–72CPU Turbo
(single core)
Graphics clock rate L3
cache
GPU
eDRAM
Release
date
Release
price
(USD)
SDP [102] [103] :71 cTDP down [a] Nominal TDP [b] cTDP up [c] NormalTurbo
Performance 4 (8) Core i7 4940MX HD 4600 (GT2)N/AN/A57 W / 3.1 GHz65 W / 3.8 GHz 4.0 GHz400 MHz1.35 GHz8 MBN/AJanuary 21, 2014 [104] $1096
4930MX 57 W / 3.0 GHz65 W / 3.7 GHz 3.9 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105]
4980HQ Iris Pro 5200 (GT3e)47 W / 2.8 GHzN/A 4.0 GHz200 MHz1.3 GHz6 MB128 MB [49] July 21, 2014 [106] $623
4960HQ 47 W / 2.6 GHz55 W / 3.6 GHz 3.8 GHzSeptember 1, 2013 [107]
4950HQ 47 W / 2.4 GHz55 W / 3.4 GHz 3.6 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105]
4910MQ HD 4600 (GT2)47 W / 2.9 GHz55 W / 3.7 GHz 3.9 GHz400 MHz8 MBN/AJanuary 21, 2014 [104] $568
4900MQ 47 W / 2.8 GHz55 W / 3.6 GHz 3.8 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105] $570
4870HQ Iris Pro 5200 (GT3e)47 W / 2.5 GHzN/A 3.7 GHz200 MHz1.2 GHz6 MB128 MBJuly 21, 2014 [106] $434
4860EQ 47 W / 1.8 GHz 3.2 GHz750 MHz1 GHzAugust 2013$508
4860HQ 47 W / 2.4 GHz55 W / 3.4 GHz 3.6 GHz200 MHz1.2 GHzJanuary 21, 2014 [104] $434
4850EQ 47 W / 1.6 GHzN/A 3.2 GHz650 MHz1 GHzAugust 2013$466
4850HQ 47 W / 2.3 GHz55 W / 3.3 GHz 3.5 GHz200 MHz1.2 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105] $434
4810MQ HD 4600 (GT2)47 W / 2.8 GHz55 W / 3.6 GHz 3.8 GHz400 MHz1.3 GHzN/AJanuary 21, 2014 [104] $378
4800MQ 47 W / 2.7 GHz55 W / 3.5 GHz 3.7 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105] $380
4770HQ Iris Pro 5200 (GT3e)47 W / 2.2 GHz 3.4 GHz200 MHz1.2 GHz128 MBJuly 21, 2014 [106] $434
4760HQ 47 W / 2.1 GHz55 W / 3.1 GHz 3.3 GHzApril 14, 2014$434
4750HQ 47 W / 2.0 GHz55 W / 3.0 GHz 3.2 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105] $440
4720HQ HD 4600 (GT2)47 W / 2.6 GHzN/A 3.6 GHz400 MHz1.2 GHzN/AJanuary 2015$378
4712MQ 37 W / 2.3 GHz45 W / 3.1 GHz 3.3 GHz1.15 GHzApril 14, 2014
4712HQ
4710MQ 47 W / 2.5 GHz55 W / 3.3 GHz 3.5 GHz
4710HQ 1.2 GHz
4702MQ 37 W / 2.2 GHz45 W / 2.9 GHz 3.2 GHz1.15 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105] $383
4702HQ
4700MQ 47 W / 2.4 GHz55 W / 3.2 GHz 3.4 GHz
4700HQ 1.2 GHz
4701EQ 1 GHzSeptember 1, 2013$415
4700EQ June 2, 2013 [105] $378
4702EC N/A27 W / 2.0 GHzN/AN/AN/AN/A8 MBApril 2014$459
4700EC 43 W / 2.7 GHzN/A
Mainstream 2 (4) 4650U HD 5000 (GT3)N/A11.5 W / 800 MHz15 W / 1.7 GHz 3.3 GHz200 MHz1.1 GHz4 MBJune 2, 2013 [105] $454
4610Y HD 4200 (GT2)6 W / 800 MHz9.5 W / 800 MHz11.5 W / 1.7 GHz 2.9 GHz850 MHzSeptember 1, 2013$393
4610M HD 4600 (GT2)N/AN/A37 W / 3.0 GHz 3.7 GHz400 MHz1.3 GHzJanuary 21, 2014 [104] $346
4600M 37 W / 2.9 GHz 3.6 GHzSeptember 1, 2013
4600U HD 4400 (GT2)11.5 W / 800 MHz15 W / 2.1 GHz 3.3 GHz200 MHz1.1 GHz$398
4578U Iris 5100 (GT3)23 W / 800 MHz28 W / 3.0 GHz 3.5 GHz1.2 GHzJuly 20, 2014N/A
4558U 28 W / 2.8 GHz 3.3 GHz1.2 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105] $454
4550U HD 5000 (GT3)11.5 W / 800 MHz15 W / 1.5 GHz 3.0 GHz1.1 GHz
4510U HD 4400 (GT2)15 W / 2.0 GHz 3.1 GHzApril 2014$393
4500U 15 W / 1.8 GHz25 W / 3.0 GHz 3.0 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105] $398
 Core i5 4402EC N/AN/A27 W / 2.5 GHzN/AN/AN/AN/AApril 2014$324
4422E HD 4600 (GT2)25 W / 1.8 GHz 2.9 GHz400 MHz900 MHz3 MBApril 14, 2014$266
4410E 37 W / 2.9 GHzN/A1 GHz
4402E 25 W / 1.6 GHz 2.7 GHz900 MHzSeptember 1, 2013
4400E 37 W / 2.7 GHz 3.3 GHz1 GHz
4360U HD 5000 (GT3)11.5 W / 800 MHz15 W / 1.5 GHz 3.0 GHz200 MHz1.1 GHzJanuary 21, 2014 [104] $315
4350U 15 W / 1.4 GHz 2.9 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105] $342
4340M HD 4600 (GT2)N/A37 W / 2.9 GHz 3.6 GHz400 MHz1.25 GHzJanuary 21, 2014 [104] $266
4330M 37 W / 2.8 GHz 3.5 GHzSeptember 1, 2013
4310M HD 4600 (GT2)37 W / 2.7 GHz 3.4 GHz400 MHz1.25 GHzJanuary 21, 2014 [104] $225
4310U HD 4400 (GT2)11.5 W / 800 MHz15 W / 2.0 GHz 3.0 GHz200 MHz1.1 GHz$281
4302Y HD 4200 (GT2)4.5 W / 800 MHz11.5 W / 1.6 GHz 2.3 GHz200 MHz850 MHzSeptember 1, 2013N/A
4300Y 6 W / 800 MHz9.5 W / 800 MHz$304
4300M HD 4600 (GT2)N/AN/A37 W / 2.6 GHz 3.3 GHz400 MHz1.25 GHz$225
4300U HD 4400 (GT2)11.5 W / 800 MHz15 W / 1.9 GHz 2.9 GHz200 MHz1.1 GHz$287
4288U Iris 5100 (GT3)23 W / 800 MHz28 W / 2.6 GHz 3.1 GHz1.2 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105] $342
4258U 28 W / 2.4 GHz 2.9 GHz1.1 GHz
4308U 28 W / 2.8 GHz 3.3 GHz1.2 GHzJuly 20, 2014 [108] $315
4260U HD 5000 (GT3)11.5 W / 800 MHz15 W / 1.4 GHz 2.7 GHz1 GHzApril 14, 2014$315
4250U 15 W / 1.3 GHz 2.6 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105] $342
4210H HD 4600 (GT2)N/A47 W / 2.9 GHz 3.5 GHz400 MHz1.15 GHzJuly 20, 2014$225
4210M 37 W / 2.6 GHz 3.2 GHzApril 14, 2014
4210U HD 4400 (GT2)11.5 W / 800 MHz15 W / 1.7 GHz 2.7 GHz200 MHz1 GHz$287
4220Y HD 4200 (GT2)6 W / 800 MHz9.5 W / 800 MHz11.5 W / 1.6 GHz 2.0 GHz850 MHz$281
4210Y 11.5 W / 1.5 GHz 1.9 GHzSeptember 1, 2013$304
4202Y 4.5 W / 800 MHz11.5 W / 1.6 GHz 2.0 GHzN/A
4200Y 6 W / 800 MHz11.5 W / 1.4 GHz 1.9 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105] $304
4200U HD 4400 (GT2)N/A11.5 W / 800 MHz15 W / 1.6 GHz25 W / ? 2.6 GHz1 GHz$287
4200H HD 4600 (GT2)N/A47 W / 2.8 GHzN/A 3.4 GHz400 MHz1.15 GHzSeptember 1, 2013$257
4200M 37 W / 2.5 GHz 3.1 GHz$240
 Core i3 4158U Iris 5100 (GT3)23 W / 800 MHz28 W / 2.0 GHzN/A200 MHz1.1 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105] $342
4120U HD 4400 (GT2)11.5 W / 800 MHz15 W / 2.0 GHz1 GHzApril 14, 2014$281
4112E HD 4600 (GT2)N/A25 W / 1.8 GHz400 MHz900 MHz$225
4110E 37 W / 2.6 GHz
4102E 25 W / 1.6 GHzSeptember 1, 2013
4100E 37 W / 2.4 GHz
4110M 37 W / 2.6 GHz1.1 GHzApril 14, 2014
4100M 37 W / 2.5 GHzSeptember 1, 2013
4100U HD 4400 (GT2)11.5 W / 800 MHz15 W / 1.8 GHz200 MHz1 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105] $287
4030Y HD 4200 (GT2)6 W / 800 MHz9.5 W / 800 MHz11.5 W / 1.6 GHz850 MHzApril 14, 2014$281
4020Y 11.5 W / 1.5 GHzSeptember 1, 2013$304
4012Y 4.5 W / 800 MHzN/A
4010Y 6 W / 800 MHz9.5 W / 800 MHz11.5 W / 1.3 GHzJune 2, 2013 [105]
4030U HD 4400 (GT2)N/A11.5 W / 800 MHz15 W / 1.9 GHz1 GHzApril 14, 2014$281
4025U 950 MHz$275
4010U 15 W / 1.7 GHz1 GHzSeptember 1, 2013$287
4005U 950 MHz$281
4000M HD 4600 (GT2)N/A37 W / 2.4 GHz400 MHz1.1 GHz$240
 2 (2) Pentium 3561Y HD Graphics6 W / 800 MHz11.5 W / 1.2 GHz200 MHz850 MHz2 MBDecember 2013$161
3560Y September 1, 2013OEM
3558U N/A15 W / 1.7 GHz1 GHzDecember 2013$161
3556U September 1, 2013OEM
3560M 37 W / 2.4 GHz400 MHz1.1 GHzApril 14, 2014$134
3550M 37 W / 2.3 GHzSeptember 1, 2013
 Celeron 2981U 15 W / 1.6 GHz200 MHz1 GHzDecember 2013$137
2980U September 1, 2013
2957U 15 W / 1.4 GHzDecember 2013$132
2955U September 1, 2013
2970M 37 W / 2.2 GHz400 MHz1.1 GHzApril 14, 2014$75
2950M 37 W / 2.0 GHzSeptember 1, 2013$86
2961Y 6 W / 800 MHz11.5 W / 1.1 GHz200 MHz850 MHzDecember 2013OEM
  1. When a cooler or quieter mode of operation is desired, this mode specifies a lower TDP and lower guaranteed frequency versus the nominal mode. [101] :71–72
  2. This is the processor's rated frequency and TDP. [101] :71–72
  3. When extra cooling is available, this mode specifies a higher TDP and higher guaranteed frequency versus the nominal mode. [101] :71–72

SKU suffixes to denote:

See also

Notes

  1. Implemented as eDRAM and serving primarily to increase the performance of integrated GPU, while being shared with the CPU.
  2. 1 2 Maximum QPI speed depends on the CPU model.
  3. Unconfirmed details may differ from surrounding models

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Sandy Bridge Intel processor microarchitecture

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LGA 2011

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Intel Ivy Bridge-based Xeon microprocessors is the follow-up to Sandy Bridge-E, using the same CPU core as the Ivy Bridge processor, but in LGA 2011, LGA 1356 and LGA 2011-1 packages for workstations and servers.

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