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Basically, take last year's Haswell, add 100 MHz or so, and you have Haswell Refresh. Aren't you thrilled? And for good measure, there isn't a new unlocked K version, as that would basically be the same as last year's but with a different "stock" clock speed.
Later this year, AMD will counter this by refreshing Vishera. The new CPU will be to Vishera roughly as Richland is to Trinity. So basically, add 200 MHz or so and call it a day. AMD has already launched Kaveri, and it isn't a terribly exciting desktop chip.
Intel may or may not launch Broadwell this year, and even if they do, it may or may not have a desktop version, and even if it does, it's not likely to be faster than Haswell. Intel does have Haswell-E coming this year, which will be the super expensive 6- and 8-core versions of Haswell.
And that's about it for desktop CPUs this year, unless you count nettops. But never fear, next year will probably be more exciting. It could hardly be less. AMD may offer a new high-performance CPU architecture next year that is not a derivative of Bulldozer, though it could easily get pushed back to 2016.