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More details about Broadwell-E CPUs for high-end desktops appear online
There are more details released about the new Intel Broadwell-E processors, which probably four variants of hatching. The information seems to confirm the arrival of a processor cores with ten and twenty threads. Intel would announce the enthusiastic -CPU at Computex 2016.
In November, reported the Taiwanese website Xfastest first of a series of four processors in the Broadwell-E family for high-end desktops. Chinese Benchlife.info has more details and says to know that Intel’s processors at the Computex trade show, which takes place from May 31 to June 4, 2016 in Taiwan, will announce. The table that publishes Benchlife.info, includes details about the Core i7-6950X, a processor with ten cores. In the notice of which was Xfastest processor also been mentioned, but rumors from last year and a slide from March this year, appearing to come from Intel, was only mention of processors with six and eight cores.
The CPU’s going according to earlier rumors will be provided with up to forty PCI-E lanes. Probably the number applies to the top model and have the cheaper CPUs fewer lanes at their disposal, like the current lineup of Haswell-E processors is the case.
According slide get all Broadwell-E CPUs, which are produced on 14nm, like the 22nm Haswell-E generation a TDP of 140W. Also confirms the picture that the new processors run on the X99 platform with the existing 2011-v3-socket. This platform is designed for power users and overclockers. All four Broadwell-E CPU get an unlocked multiplier.Viewing:-137
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