Any overclockers reading this should be pleased at Intel's latest offerings in the desktop processor market, with a bunch of fresh high-end chips which should be with us later in the year.
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Perhaps the most notable of the lot is a chip targeted specifically at enthusiasts and overclockers, codenamed 'Devil's Canyon'. The unlocked chip is based on Has well architecture and uses "improved thermal interface and CPU packaging materials" that should mean a bump in performance for serious overclockers. It also announced its fourth-gen Extreme Edition i7 processor, which essentially means more cores- eight of them - support for the DDR4 memory standard and X99 chipset support.

Then there is the dual-core Intel Pentium Anniversary Edition, which will ship 10 an unlocked version for overclocking, which is good news for the budget market. Finally, there's news of unlocked desktop versions of the anticipated 'Broadwell' range of processors, which will come with Iris Pro graphics.