Intel to release first Broadwell chips at end of 2014

Intel to release first Broadwell chips at end of 2014

Intel has shared more details on its CPU roadmap that will be executed in the 2014-2015 time period. The main events remain the same although now there are more details.

The topic that interests most people is when they will be able to get the latest 14 nm Broadwell processors. Well, if we are talking about mobile devices then you can expect the new chips at the end of 2014 when the first Broadwell-based 14 nm Core M processors will be officially launched. Despite this fact there are numerous devices that include this chip already. The first low-power Broadwell-U processors will reach mass production in January 2015, while the first desktop Broadwell-H chips will be available in Q3 2014.

In the next few years the Broadwell generation will be replaced by Skylake, which will be made on 14 nm tech process as well. Skylake will then be followed by Skymont chips on 10 nm technology.

Source: Intel

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