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Intel brings Broadwell Unlocked and Skylake second quarter 2015 to Desktop
Intel brings in the second quarter of 2015 three new processor generations desktops, according to a roadmap recently shown. After Broadwell for economical segment in the first quarter, followed Broadwell K and Skylake for more powerful systems and Braswell for the boarding.
Several roadmaps from Intel in the past year already leaked, but in the past week, during the Intel Technology Conference in Athens, the chip giant an official update data for his plans with desktop processors. A forum member AnandTech was at the conference site and took pictures of the slides. Extreme segment of high-end processors the third quarter of 2015 continues to be operated by the Haswell-E processors, the X99 platform, which last summer to at least cast was.
Intel desktop roadmap 1H 2015
Who wants to build a powerful computer without an expensive Extreme processor to go immediately to a Broadwell Unlocked processor purchase in the second quarter of 2015. The Broadwell chips have the same architecture as the current Haswell, but the chips are produced instead of 22nm to 14nm. The chips are combined with the existing LGA 1150 socket and 9 Series chipset Haswell Refresh, and feature a unlocked multiplier for overclocking capabilities. Remarkably put the chips on the Intel roadmap among processors with S suffix. Up to now, with chips come unlocked multiplier K with an indicator on the market. S stands at Intel for ‘Performance-optimized lifestyle “and the chips can be considered mainstream processors.
Remarkably also brings Intel in the second quarter, the first Skylake processors for the mass market. These Core i5 and Core i7’s slightly less powerful than the Broadwell Probably Unlocked models. Are they like the Broadwell chips produced on 14nm, but in addition they are around a new architecture erected. They are then also combined with another socket, LGA 1151, and the chipset is the 100 Series. The new platform brings support for DDR4 and more powerful GPUs than Broadwell Unlocked with it.
In the first quarter of 2015, even before Broadwell Unlocked and Skylake, do the PGI versions of Broadwell with TDP of 15 and 28W. This efficient desktop processors in the U-series are small and silent systems, and are soldered to the motherboard.
Finally arrive in the second quarter Braswell processors with J suffix for entry desktops. Braswell is the successor Baytrail-D. These chips can be regarded as 14nm variants of the Baytrail-D processors, but they probably get a more powerful GPU.Viewing:-337
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