Details on Broadwell chips for desktops with TDP of 65W come online




Intel enters the second half of 2015 with two Broadwell CPUs for the LGA1150 socket and there appear three PGI variants that are used in particular by all-in-ones. All five Broadwell chips for desktops are equipped with Iris Pro 6200 GPUs and get TDP of 65W.

All Broadwell chips for the desktop get four cores, Iris Pro 6200, support for DDR3-1600 and a TDP of 65W. This is clear from the survey that the Asian site VR-Zone has compiled . The site often publish accurate information on upcoming Intel products.

Versions with ‘C’ suffix for the LGA1150 socket; the ‘R’ variants are soldered to a PGI -voetje. The C models relate chips with an unlocked multiplier. Until now, Intel used the ‘K’ suffix for unlocked chips; it is not clear why the group of this naming has been abandoned. The clock speeds are lower than those of the Haswell Core i5 and i7’s in the K-series, but the TDP is 65W also lower than the 84W of the Haswell chips.

There will be three Core i5 with 4MB L3 cache but without HyperThreading support. The Core i5-5675C and -5675R have clocked at 3,1GHz with Turbo 3,6GHz. The Core i5-5575R has a clock speed of 2.8GHz with Turbo 3,3GHz.

In addition, the Core i7-5775C and -5775R, with support for HyperThreading and 6MB L3 cache. These chips are clocked at 3,3GHz. The Turbo is at 5775C 3,7GHz; with the 5775R is that 3.8G. For the second half of 2015 also includes the Skylake processors on the roadmap .


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