Core i7 4770K Box Art Revealed



/ 4 years ago

i7_4770K_box_artIntel’s Core i series of processors have always come in relatively plain boxes. Typically they are blue with the mainly-yellow processor schematic and then the type of processor and its respective logo – that is Core i3, Core i5 or Core i7. Normally the exact model, e.g i3 2120, is not listed on the box only the type of Core processor it is.

However, for the first time in who knows how long, some have suggested a decade and others have said it’s the first time ever, Intel’s Core i series of Haswell processors will come in a box that uses a collage of pictures on the box. Plus don’t forget the new slogan “unlock the power within” which appears to have replaced the current “unlocked and unleashed” and “visibly smart performance with a boost” marketing slogans.

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In the grand scheme of things this change of design doesn’t really mean that much for consumers, but it shows things at Intel are dynamic and changing and it is always nice to see some change.

What are your thoughts on the new box art?

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6 Responses to “Core i7 4770K Box Art Revealed”
  1. Reda says:

    kinda cool ,but i guess we’re looking for the performance 🙂

  2. !0% increased box art is not something i think were interested in. Does look pretty spiffy for something im going to immedietly put in the trash though…

  3. d6bmg says:

    Example of a box-art as bad as it can go..

  4. Wayne says:

    Who cares about box art? It’s certainly not a deal breaker as far as I’m concerned. It’s whats inside that counts.

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