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'''Haswell''' ('''HSW''') is [[Intel]]'s  [[microarchitecture]] based on the [[22 nm process]] for mobile, desktops, and servers. Haswell, which was introduced in 2013, became the successor to {{\\|Ivy Bridge}}. Haswell is named after [[wikipedia:Haswell, Colorado|Haswell, Colorado]] (Originally Molalla after [[wikipedia:Molalla, Oregon|Molalla, Oregon]], it was later renamed due to the difficult pronunciation). In 2014 Intel introduced Haswell's successor, {{\\|Broadwell}}.
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'''Haswell''' ('''HSW''') is [[Intel]]'s  [[microarchitecture]] based on the [[22 nm process]] for mobile, desktops, and servers. Haswell, which was introduced in 2013, became the successor to {{\\|Ivy Bridge}}. Haswell is named after [[wikipedia:Haswell, Colorado|Haswell, Colorado]] (Originally Molalla after [[wikipedia:Molalla, Oregon|Molalla, Oregon]], it was later renamed due to the difficult pronunciation). In 2014 Intel introduced {{\\|Broadwell}}.
  
 
For desktop and mobile, Haswell is branded as 4th Generation Intel {{intel|Core}} processors. For server class processors, Intel branded it as {{intel|Xeon E3|Xeon E3 v3}}, {{intel|Xeon E5|Xeon E5 v3}}, and {{intel|Xeon E7|Xeon E7 v3}}.
 
For desktop and mobile, Haswell is branded as 4th Generation Intel {{intel|Core}} processors. For server class processors, Intel branded it as {{intel|Xeon E3|Xeon E3 v3}}, {{intel|Xeon E5|Xeon E5 v3}}, and {{intel|Xeon E7|Xeon E7 v3}}.

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codenameHaswell +
core count2 +, 4 +, 6 +, 8 + and 16 +
designerIntel +
first launchedJune 4, 2013 +
full page nameintel/microarchitectures/haswell (client) +
instance ofmicroarchitecture +
instruction set architecturex86-64 +
manufacturerIntel +
microarchitecture typeCPU +
nameHaswell +
phase-out2015 +
pipeline stages (max)19 +
pipeline stages (min)14 +
process22 nm (0.022 μm, 2.2e-5 mm) +