Haswell is LGA1150.
I've got a Haswell i5 4670K that I could sell, and two DDR3 kits, 2x4 GB (1333 MHz CL9) and 2x2 GB (1600 MHz CL9, 1.65 V [just run it at 1333 MHz 1.5 V if you like]). All are fine, as far as I know – I can test the RAM if desired.
I'd like to sell the mobo too, but I can't guarantee how long it'll last. A couple of months ago a mouse (the rodent) got in the back where it was missing some expansion slot covers, and made a mess which stopped it working. I tried cleaning it at the time with little success, but on Tuesday I tried cleaning it with a pin – which was successful. However, there is some messy stuff left, and a crystal has a little corrosion on it. I'd like to keep it all, but I don't really have enough use for a second computer at the moment to justify that.
I'd prefer to sell it all (or at least all except one RAM kit) at once, whether together or separately. That way I've still got something usable if the rest didn't sell.
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