Intel’s next generation of processor based on the 14nm fabrication process, has been spotted. Broadwell will mostly benefit the notebook/laptop platform that usually gain the most from any changes in efficiency and TDP. The source of the leak was our friends over at ChinaDIY.
Intel Broadwell 14nm Next Generation Processors have a Minimum Specification of only 3.5W.
Boadwell will improve CPU/GPU (on-chip) performance while bringing significant reduction in power consumption. Slated to be released by Q2 2014, details have just surfaced about Intel’s 14nm fab process. Mobile ‘Core’ Processors are basically divided into H, U/Y and M categories. Where H is the high performance, M is mainstream and U/Y are the ultra low voltage processors. The U and Y series allows incredible battery life while maintaining adequate performance.
In Broadwell, the H series will be divided into Dual Chip and Single Chip Processors. The Dual Chip will have upto 4 Cores (Max 8 Threads) and the Single Chip will have 2 Cores (Max 4 Threads). The Former will have either the GT3e or GT2 GPU and upto 6MB of L3 Cache. It will support upto 32 GB of DDR3L memory at 1600 mhz. The TDP will be 47W but configurations can reduce this to 37W. There will be a new chipset as well ‘HM97′ apart from the usual HM86, HM87, QM87.