Computer enthusiasts, get ready. New rumors suggest that Intel will indeed launch processors for the high-end market based on its state-of-the-art Skylake architecture as early as the third quarter of this year. From the schedule leaked just last week (which can be seen above), it can be seen that alongside dual-core and quad-core "Skylake-S" processors, you will launch Intel Also "Skylake-K" processors with the LGA 1151 bracket designed for the high market and coming with an open multiple, in addition to a TDP rating of only 95W.
The fact that Intel intends to release Skylake processors to the high market at the same time it is already expected to offer Broadwell processors As well as the high market, will cause a lot of confusion and internal war between Intel products itself. The two different processors are manufactured inA similar manufacturing process of 14 nanometers (A production process thatAMD plans to reach it only at 2016) And will have an open product, which will make amateurs between a new architecture and a slightly less new architecture, as it will not be possible to combine them in light of the fact that the two architectures use two different residents (processors).Broadwell Working with the LGA 1150 chassis).
One of the more interesting features of the Skylake architecture to offer is theIPC (Or instructions per clock) faster, support for the Thunderbolt 3.0 device, support forDDR4 RAM And natural support for SATA Express technology, which enables drive connection SSD Working with 2 read speeds and even 4 terabytes per second.
The big question is how Intel Will deal with five different operating architectures in its market, with some of them (SkyLike and Broadwell) overlapping with each other in the market segment to which they are directed?