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Intel Broadwell and Skylake plans revealed in detail

Posted on Tuesday, May 05 2015 @ 16:38:20 CEST by

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Leaked slides and roadmaps reveal Intel's plans for the desktop market for the foreseeable future. The first Broadwell desktop processor arrive this quarter with some sort of a refresh coming in Q4 2015, if I interpret the roadmap correctly. Seems like the Broadwell parts will be identified with a C-suffix and just like the K-series these are unlocked parts. The first Skylake desktop processors will follow in Q3 2015 with a refresh planned in Q1 2016. The roadmap slide also indicates Broadwell-E is slated for Q1 2016.

Intel roadmap

Broadwell is a 14nm shrink of Haswell and seems to promise good energy efficiency. Both the Core i5-5675C and i7-5775C have a 65W TDP and one of the major changes is the presence of 128MB eDRAM L4 cache for the Iris Pro 6200 integrated graphics. The IGP enhancements are described as primarily driven by two market forces: the arrival of high-resolution 4K and 5K screens and the popularity of low-system requirements MOBA games like League of Legends.

Intel Broadwell features

And here's an overview of the specifications:

Intel Broadwell specs

Intel Skylake features

Source: TPU



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