The first Intel Broadwell Core i7-5775C has been spotted and aggressively overclocked as well. Remember the Broadwell desktop chips have a very low TDP of only 65W, which made many of us think that they had quite a lot of overclocking potential, which it turns out to be very true.
The latest Intel PC Client Platform roadmap has been leaked, which shows the next several generations of processors from the company. Interesting that this roadmap goes from 2013 all the way through 2016. It shows us how Intel plans to launch the HEDT Skylake-E processors, the Skylake Refresh and Cannonlake, which will be based of a 10nm process design.
It looks like Intel is going all-in on their integrated graphics implementation on Skylake, which will leverage eDRAM caches. Intel says these chips will have up to 50% higher integrated graphics performance over Haswell.
Intel Corporation today announced the Intel Xeon processor E7-8800/4800 v3 product families, delivering accelerated business insight through real-time analytics and enhanced performance and reliability for mission-critical computing.
After a very long wait it looks like Intel has finally started shipping its first Core i5 and Core i7 Broadwell desktop CPUs to OEMs. Many of these OEMs are offering PCs featuring the Core i5-5675C and Core i7-5775C.
Well that did not take long at all. Just the other day we were talking about rumors on two Intel Skylake processors and now the entire Skylake-S processor lineup has been leaked! These processors will power the next generation desktop platform which is based off the 100-series chipset.
As we get closer to the middle of the year many details about Intel’s upcoming Skylake microarchitecture are becoming clear. Today we have details on the upcoming Core i5-6600K and Core i7-6700K processors.
We are still expecting the launch of Intel’s Skylake processors later this year and with that we will see a whole slew of new motherboards. While we have not heard much it looks like Colorful is showing off their concept for their iGame Z170 motherboard.
We first got a look at Intel’s Compute Stick at CES back in January. It is a tiny computer with an HDMI connector on one end. You can plug it into the HDMI port on your TV or monitor and you have an all-in-one desktop that can run Windows or Linux. The device is expected to be available later this month and a few retailers are taking pre-orders.
Jul 07, 2015 0