Intel Adds New Processors to Broadwell and Skylake Lineups

Subject: Processors | December 28, 2015 - 07:00 AM |
Tagged: skylake-u, Skylake, mobile cpu, Intel, desktop cpu, core i7, core i5, core i3, Broadwell

As reported by CPU World Intel has added a total of eight new processors to the 5th-gen “Broadwell” and 6th-gen “Skylake” CPU lineups, with new mobile and desktop models appearing in Intel’s price lists. The models include Core and Celeron, and range from dual core (five with Hyper-Threading) to a new quad-core i5:

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Chart of new Intel models from CPU-World

“Intel today added 8 new Broadwell- and Skylake-based microprocessors to the official price list. New CPUs have unusual model numbers, like i5-6402P and i5-5200DU, which indicates that they may have different feature-set than the mainstream line of desktop and mobile CPUs. Intel also introduced today Celeron 3855U and 3955U ultra-low voltage models.”

It is unclear if the desktop models (Core i3-6098P, Core i5-6402P) listed with enter the retail channel, or if they are destined for OEM applications. The report points out these models have a P suffix “that was used to signify the lack of integrated GPU in older generations of Core i3/i5 products. There is a good chance that it still means just that”.

Source: CPU-World

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December 28, 2015 | 06:07 PM - Posted by sixstringrick

This site says that the 6098P and 6402P are desktop parts, support DDR3/DDR4, and are compatible with LGA1150 motherboards. Is that a thing???

December 29, 2015 | 12:56 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Two things:

One, it looks like it was a typo. They fixed it. It shows LGA1151 now.

Two, it's WCCFtech. Treat everything you read there - EVERYTHING - as made up out of thin air. Especially if they're the "first" ones to "report" on the story. Believe nothing they tell you until at least two or three other sites report on the same thing WITHOUT citing WCCF as a source.

Bonus tip: avoid the comments unless you like necrotic brain rot. It is, by far, the most vile and toxic community on the internet.

December 29, 2015 | 04:03 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

(except perhaps the -chan communities)

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