The HiTech Legion 4th Generation Intel 'Haswell' Mainboard Review Roundup

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Intel 4rth Generation 'Haswell' processor

For almost the last year or so, PC enthusiasts, gamers, mobile users, and the most demanding professional workstation artists and power users, have been eagerly anticipating the launch of the 4rth Generation Intel 'Haswell' processors. As most of you already know, this generation represents the "tock" cycle of the new Intel chips, meaning that Haswell is the result of a totally new micro-architecture that's based on the 22nm process, and the successor to Ivy Bridge.

Intel 4rth Generation 'Haswell' Processor

Along with a major launch of this magnitude, there should be no doubt that this new generation of processors, will undoubtedly need some new advancements in supportive hardware to maximize its true potential, as the entire HTL Review Staff evaluates a total of nine of the latest mainboards from Intel, MSI, ASUS, and *Gigabyte with the new Intel 4770K. One can expect to see, the in-depth content along with careful evaluation on hardware one is likely to use, such as 16GB memory, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 or GTX 770, and of course a suitable power supply that is totally compatible with the new advanced power saving system that this new architecture brings.

As a professional courtesy to the HiTech Legion fans and community on the HTL network, there was an announcement earlier this week, mentioning that this would be the major launch, with an abundance of content that folks have come to rely on when it comes to 'getting-the-goods as to what 's under the hood' when it comes to what one can expect from the hardware in the review, should they decide and have the same hardware in their very own rigs.

Intel DZ87KLT-75K

Best of all, on many occasions the HTL Newsroom has received many supportive comments about their favorite reviewers, since each has a genuine and unique style of presentation that's an honest hands-on in-depth evaluation on the products reviewed with a professional integrity that's highly regarded in the industry.

So whether you are a long time reader of these pages, or if you happened to stop by for the very first time,  the entire HTL Staff would like to Welcome You to this HiTech Legion Roundup of 4th Generation Intel  'Haswell' Mainboards.

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Thank You & Enjoy !! The HiTech Legion 4th Generation Intel 'Haswell' Mainboard Review Roundup.

 

 

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