Intel Core i7 4771 Gets Tested
Ryan Martin / 4 years ago
Intel is planning on releasing a brand new Haswell CPU called the Core i7 4771. This will be a locked multiplier Core i7 Haswell processor with identical clock speeds and design to the Core i7 4770K. That means a 3.5GHz base clock and 3.9GHz turbo clock across four cores and eight threads. 8MB of cache, a 22nm Lithography and an 84W TDP top off the rest of the specifications for the Core i7 4771. It will come in to replace the Core i7 4770 which runs at 3.4GHz base clock and 3.9GHz turbo clock.
VR-Zone have benchmarked the new Intel CPU and unsurprisingly it performs exactly like a Core i7 4770K except without overclocking potential. The Core i7 4771 will probably replace the Core i7 4770 in the long term and sit alongside the Core i7 4770K as the leading Haswell Core i7 processors. Expect a slightly higher price premium of about $10 compared to the current Core i7 4770.
Images courtesy of VR-Zone