The chip giant continues to expand its offerings with eight new models, the Skylake and theBroadwell, Stationary and mobile devices
We know that processors manufacturers add more models to their product lines as time goes by, production continues, production levels stabilize, and chips can be divided into more subcategories that can be switched differently - those that have accompanied us in this market for years. Now comes the extra Processors Such as Intel - with a small change that could make the ability to differentiate them Processors New 'processors are more convenient and simpler.
These are eight new models observed In the official price file The company's December 2015, which belong both To the Skylake generation The latest release was launched towards the end of 2015 and To the Broadwell generation Since the beginning of 2015 that continues to be sold and is relevant in the mobile market mainly, all at 14 nm - and two of them for desktops, while the other six are for computers Mobile.
The two new stationary models were given the P-name of their model, which in previous generations pointed to Processors Free Core Totally graphic. To the best of our understanding this is not the case in the current generation, but these models should be contained Core (Probably HD Graphics 510 core instead of HD Graphics 530), in the hope that this will enable them to be cost-effective and cheaper for consumers who are not interested in significant graphics for their system, or alternatively rely on a dedicated video card.
Similarly, four mobile models of the cost-effective U family received the D for our model names - we are not sure what they actually mean for their capabilities, but as they say, it makes the difference between them and the Skylake andBroadwell "Original" for simpler. Hopefully even in this case we can get a similar level of performance, with a difference of 100MHz in working frequencies here or there, with better price tags.
other Processors Recent mobile phones belong to the Celeron family, and here you can find the most interesting model of all eight - the Celeron 3955U, which offers two processing cores (without HyperThreading) at an improved 2GHz frequency and a formal price (for computer manufacturers) We will soon be getting thin, light, and cheaper laptops that will be based on the E-Core, Instead of simpler atom chips.
We'll keep track of details about the new processors, and what differentiates them from the models already available in the stores, and we'll update you as soon as possible.