Intel has finally released their eight new Haswell Refresh processors. Out of the eight processors, four of these are Intel Core i3 processors while the other half are Pentium processors. Of each four, two are low-power ”T” variants.
The chips follow the usual specifications that we’re accustomed to: the Pentium chips carry two cores without hyper threading, and the Core i3 chips carry two cores with hyperthreading. The frequencies of the chips have been boosted by about 100 MHz over their Haswell predecessors.
All of the chips are built on the 22 nm lithographic process, and carry TDPs of either 53 W, or 35 W for the low-power variants.