The extensive CPU collection gets rather thoroughly detailedHaswell is being looked upon as a sort of holy grail that could save the notebook market and catapult the ultrabook segment forward by a few thousand miles.
Whether or not any of this comes true will become clear next year, during the second quarter most likely (Q2 2013).
That doesn't mean we have to stay in the dark until then though. In fact, VR-Zone somehow managed to get the information on the Core i5 and Core i7 Haswell processors.
We'll let the photo up there do most of the work (click to enlarge), but we'll mention the highlights. There will be six standard models, with a TDP (thermal design power) of 84W, plus eight low-power chips of 35W, 45W and 65W.
All newcomers have DDR3-1600 memory controllers, 2-4 cores (with or without Hyper Threading), Intel HD 4600 graphics and 4, 6 or 8 MB of cache memory.