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Intel Quietly Launches its 5th Generation,14nm Broadwell Processors – Intel Core i5-5675C and Core i7-5775C Lead the Pack

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Well well well, we finally have something conclusive to report on the Broadwell side of things. It would appear that Intel has started supplying OEMs with 5th Generation Processors, quietly launching the pioneering 14nm Broadwell micro-architecture in the process. Many online retailers have started listing models of pre-built PCs housing the elusive 5xxx series microprocessors from Intel.

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One of the interesting features of Broadwell nomenclature is the fact that the unlocked multiplier will be featured in “C” series processors – which constitute the flagship i5 and i7 respectively. Broadwell is available in a multitude of flavors, including Broadwell Y (aka Core M), Broadwell-HQ and Broadwell-U. Desktop will see 5th generation processors in either the LGA or BGA packaging. BGA is ofcourse soldered packaging while LGA, specifically LGA 1150, is the one enthusiasts will bee interested in.

The Intel Broadwell Core i5-5675 and Core i7-5775 will have TDP of exactly 65W – something that is expected to increase with Skylake processors. Broadwell will also be the last generation of processors to house the FIVR (fully integrated voltage regulator); something that is going to change from SKL SKUs. One of the biggest changes perhaps is the inclusion of eDRAM on die to boost the integrated Iris Pro 6200 graphics – a form of HBM basically (upto 128MB of eDRAM is what our readers can expect on the mainstream SKUs). So expect a very big integrated graphic performance jump with the arrival of Broadwell SKUs.

Intel recently introduced our 5th Generation Intel® Core™ processors resulting in a wave of products built on Intel’s industry-leading 14nm process technology. In a new disclosure at GDC, Intel showed the first 5th Generation Core LGA-socketed CPU with Intel® Iris™ Pro graphics. This 65 watt unlocked desktop processor, available mid-2015, will bring new levels of performance and power efficiency to Mini PCs and desktop All-In-Ones. Since 2006 the 3D performance of Intel Graphics has increased nearly 100 fold (Intel 3DMark06 measurements) and powerful form factors from Acer, Medion and Intel’s own NUCs are becoming available with 5thGeneration Intel Core processors with Intel Iris Graphics.

This all benefits game developers who will have new ways to create immersive games building on new technologies with multi-user multi-touch, virtual and augmented reality, and RealSense. Intel is also helping define and support new programming models like DirectX 12 (DX12) and Vulkan (the evolution of the OpenGL API), as well as delivering improved, world-class developer tools. via Intel

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The processors utilize the LGA 1150 socket and will be compatible with Intel’s Z97 board, keeping the market engaged before the 100-Series chipset arrives with Skylake. Broadwell based Stock Keeping Units have already started listing at various OEMs and reports, including pictures are coming from all over the interweb. What remains to be seen however, is the mysterious use of the “C” nomenclature (usually reserved for embedding applications) and whether these processors will see the light of the day at retailers in stand along SKUs (processors only as opposed to a full pre-built PC by an OEM). Given below are the pictures and specifications of Intel’s 14nm, 5th Generation, Broadwell Processors:

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Intel 5th Generation Broadwell Processors Gallery

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Intel Broadwell Core i7-5775C and Core i5-5675C Specifications:

 Intel Core i7-5775CIntel Core i5-5675CIntel Core i7-4790KIntel Core i5-4690K
CodenameBroadwellBroadwellDevil’s CanyonDevil’s Canyon
Process14nm14nm22nm22nm
CPU Cores4/84/44/84/4
GraphicsIris Pro 6200Iris Pro 6200HD 4600HD 4600
EUs48482020
Base Clock3.3 GHz3.1 GHz4.0 GHz3.5 GHz
Turbo Boost3.7 GHz3.6 GHz4.4 GHz3.9 GHz
L3 Cache6 MB4 MB8 MB6 MB
TDP65W65W88W88W
Launch PriceTBCTBC$350 US$250 US

Intel Broadwell BGA Processors Specifications:

ModelCores /
Threads
CPU clockTurbo BoostL3 cache GraphicsTDP
Core i7-5775R4/83.3 GHz3.8 GHz6 MBIris Pro 620065W
Core i5-5675R4/43.1 GHz3.6 GHz4 MBIris Pro 620065W
Core i5-5575R4/42.8 GHz3.3 GHz4 MBIris Pro 620065W
Core i7-4770R4/83.2 GHz3.9 GHz6 MBHD 5200 GT3 (1300MHz)65W
Core i5-4670R4/43.0 GHz3.7 GHz4 MBHD 5200 GT3 (1300 MHz)65W
Core i5-4570R4/42.7 GHz3.2 GHz4 MBHD 5200 GT3 (1150 MHz)65W
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