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Leaked Intel Road Map Confirms Broadwell Coming Q3 2015 0 233

As much as Broadwell is new processor technology, early reports suggest its only 5% faster than current generation Haswell architecture CPUs. I think it’s fair to say that it might be worth waiting for Skylake-S.

Intel’s roadmap leaked by pconline and details that Desktop based Broadwell processors will be released Q2 2015 with two desktop processors an three mobile processors core clock speeds ranging from 2.8Ghz to 3.8Ghz and DDR3-1600 support.


There have been various leaks over the past weeks which have confirmed that Broadwell chips will be quad core, socket 1150, 14nm, 65w TDP and all feature Intel’s integrated 6200 Iris graphic that would align perfectly with energy-efficient sff media centers.

Although this latest Intel leak confirms that the Core i7-5775C (3.3Ghz / 3.7ghz) and Core i5-5675C (3.1Ghz / 3.6ghz) will both feature unlocked multiplier’s, only time will tell how far we can push these new chips.

While 5% is not much of a performance increase, the new 14nm manufacturing process is great for overclockers

Broadwell Specifications
CPU Name  Core i7-5775C Core i5-5675C Core i7-5775R Core i5-5675R Core i5-5575R
Arcitechture Broadwell Broadwell Broadwell Broadwell Broadwell
Socket LGA1150 LGA1150 BGA1364 BGA1364 BGA1364
Cores / Threads 4/8 4/4 4/8 4/4 4/4
Frequency(GHz) 3.3-3.7 3.1-3.6 3.3-3.8 3.1-3.6 2.8-3.3
Memory Support DDR3-1600 DDR3-1600 DDR3-1600 DDR3-1600 DDR3-1600
Integrated Graphics Iris Pro 6200 Iris Pro 6200 Iris Pro 6200 Iris Pro 6200 Iris Pro 6200
L3 Cache 6MB 4MB 6MB 4MB 4MB
Process 14NM 14NM 14NM 14NM 14NM
Unlocked Multiplier Yes Yes No No No
TDP 65W 65W 65W 65W 65W

Considering the trustworthy source, if reports are to believed then we can expect Intel to release new Broadwell processors in the next 2 – 3 months, with Skylake-S coming just a few months later with Core i7-6700 and unlocked Core-i7 6700K.

With the heat building up around AMD’s new 14nm 32 thread Zen processors, I think this year could be a great year for overclockers especially considering the new ‘cooler’ 14nm manufacturing process.


Andy has been building custom PCs since the young age of 10, Now 27, when he is not overclocking, gaming or travelling the world surfing, he persues a passionate career in web development.

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