Intel presents the desktop Broadwell generation and more

Intel presents the desktop Broadwell generation and more

The US chip maker Intel has finally announced the new desktop Broadwell generation at the on-going Computex 2015 in Taiwan. As expected we are getting the rumored two desktop Broadwell models but along with them Intel has announced a bunch of mobile and server models as well.

Broadwell_1_s

The picture here speaks a lot so we will not focus on the tech specs in words. Unfortunately the Core i5-5675C and the Core i7-5775C are the only 14 nm desktop LGA 1150 Broadwell models we are getting. They feature unlocked multipliers and strangely enough 4 MB of L3 cache and 6 MB of L3 cache, respectively, but we think that the cache cuts are due to the very advanced integrated GPU in these chips that takes precious die area.

Broadwell table

Broadwell will soon be succeeded by the 14 nm Skylake generation, due this fall.

Source: Intel

Related posts

MSI and SteelSeries Announce Partnership for the Preorder of Big Bang-Trinergy Mainboard

MSI, a leading high-performance mainboard and graphics card producer, today announced preorder details for its latest gaming mainboard, Big Bang-Trinergy. Starting now, those who pre-order Big Bang-Trinergy from participating retailers will get a limited 8-year warranty and exclusive Big Bang...

AMD Bristol Ridge details leaked online

AMD Bristol Ridge details leaked online

A few days ago a new online rumor claimed that AMD would launch its new AM4 platform, designed for the upcoming Zen and Bristol Ridge processors, in March 2016. Zen is still scheduled for Q4 2016 and it makes no sense to have motherboards on the market with no processors for them so it was clear...

Corsair launches Dominator Platinum DDR3 memory

The US memory maker Corsair has announced the new ultra-performance Dominator Platinum DDR3 memory. The new memory comes in 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB kits ready to work in dual-channel and quad-channel modes and runs between 1600 and 2800 MHz depending on model. The Corsair...

Leave a comment