as promised, Intel Has taken advantage of the opening of the large European gadget exhibition IFA to provide us with a very wide launch of Processors The second generation of its 14 nanometer,core Sixth - and now we can decide whether it is worth upgrading, or it might be better to keep waiting forKaby Lake.
We already provided you with most of the luscious technical details over the past few weeks, but we will add that Intel decided to give us a nice comparison to highlight the big leap we have won since 2010, at least in the mobile world - and explain that a processor core i5-6200U Dual-Core Portable Latest 15 Watt Thermal Shell and 281 Dollar Recommended Price Tag Offers General 2.5 Pi Processing Performance, 30 Pi Graphics Performance for the Built-in Graphic Core, and 3 Prolonged Battery Life core i5-520UM double Core In a thermal envelope of 18 watts and the price of 241 dollars launched in January 2010.
Intel today officially launched dozens of models Processors Both for the fixed and mobile markets, and provided technical details on a range of additional models to be launched over the next two quarters.
The most surprising model is the Core i7-6820HK Quad Core, which will be the first ever processor of Intel For laptops that include an open and designed multiplier - combined with Cooling Significant air or, hold tight, system Cooling Laptop water. There is no doubt that the chip giant is "testing the water" with this special model, as its success among mobile gaming enthusiasts will certainly lead to more K models Mobile In future generations. In any case, even if it is adopted by the gaming mobile manufacturers in the heat and if not really, it will be very interesting to see what frequencies and performance it will be able to achieve given the envelope and the very limited environment in which it will operate.
Other interesting mobile models are the first pair of dedicated Xeon mobile processors, which will be offered as an option at the top end of the price range Intel. At the moment it is a bit difficult to see the differences between them and the top mobile HQ processors (except for the support of the Xeon models in DRAM memory with ECC error correction code and massive volumes of up to 64GB), but in the end this is also an environmental response exam for the arrival of The prestigious brand into a new market - and if it succeeds, we'll probably see many more Xeon mobile processors later on, who also know how to differentiate themselves better and more meaningfully than thecore "The simple ones."
For dessert, the biggest surprise of Intel In the mobile world, apparently,core i5-6300HQ andcore i5-6440HQ (this is probably the base model and its intended successor, which will be available a few months later), which for the first time reduce the mobile cores to the people. About.
These are four-core physical processing processors (without HyperThreading support) and a 45 watt thermal casing, which will be offered to computer manufacturers at a cost of $ 250 - significantly lower, at $ 130, from the cheapest price for Processors Mobile Quad core we saw in previous generations. In other words - more and more computers Mobile And consumers will be able to enjoy four-core physical processors, which are becoming increasingly efficient and useful in gaming and other heavy uses. It's a shame we haven't seen a similar move to reduce the basic level of quad-core even in the stationary market - but given the perceived lack of competition in the world ofx86, We will take what we have received and will try to settle for it for the time being.
What do you think of the new generation of Intel - Was it worth the longer wait than expected?
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