Details about Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)’s new Haswell laptop chips are out early, thanks to one German laptop maker. We already knew that the tech giant was working on making its Haswell processors more power efficient. They are expected to run on just 10 watts. But now we have additional details from DevilTech, which has posted information about upcoming laptops.
Heise and Bit Tech were the first media outlets to spot the details about the Haswell processors, and . According to DevilTech, The 15-inch Devil 7700 and the 17-inch Fragbook GTX will come in various chips that are based on Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)’s Haswell microarchitecture.
The four different chips include the Core i7-4700MQ, which has four 22-nanometer Haswell cores which are expected to run at around 2.6 gigahertz with the ability to push up to 3.6 gigahertz in Turbo Boost conditions. The Core i-4800MQ offers 2.7 to 3.7 gigahertz, while the Core i7-4900MQ can run 2.8 to 3.8 gigahertz. And finally, the fourth option is the Core i-4930MX, which offers 57w TDP and peaks at 3.9 gigahertz.
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) isn’t expected to officially announce the specifications on its Haswell processors until June, so we will just have to wait and see what the company unveils. However as Bit Tech points out, there are other details that have been leaked about NVidia’s next generation GeForce video cards which do make the new details about Intel’s Haswell processors make sense.
Thus far neither NVidia nor Intel have commented on the leaked tech details, so none of this information has been confirmed by the companies.
Shares of Intel were trading mostly flat pre-market on Monday.