Details on Intel’s efficient Broadwell chips for ultrabooks come online




On the Internet, the specifications of the first fourteen Broadwell chips from Intel appeared in the U-line. It involves’s Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 with the GPU’s Iris 6100 graphics, Intel HD Graphics 6000 and Intel HD Graphics 5500 will also be two Celerons and Pentium.

The new production at 14nm Core processors in the U-Line for, among other ultrabooks come in the first quarter of 2015, claiming the Asian version of VR-Zone, which publishes tables of specifications of the chips. These are dual cores with TDP of 15W. There are four models with the most powerful graphics chip for this line, Iris Graphics 6100: a Core i7, Core i5 two and, remarkably, a Core i3. The clock speeds range from 2.5GHz to 3,1GHz.

In addition, there are four Core i7 and Core i5 with Intel HD Graphics 6000 and Intel HD graphics 5500, where the models with more powerful GPU have a lower clock speed. There are two Core i3 with Intel HD Graphics 5500 and come 3805U Pentium and Celeron models with type designation 3755U and 3205U, which with clock speeds of 1.5GHz to 1,9GHz and few powerful ‘HD Graphics’ should do.

The first Broadwell processors are the Core m models. Tablets and hybrids with these economical chips appear late this year.


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