Mobile processors models in the new generation of Intel Are being exposed thanks to updated slides, and it seems that this sector also does not seem to be far-reaching changes
The first stationary models are already here and more stationary models are on the way, but what about the Skylake generation's mobile models? A number of formal and mirror-looking slides provide us with up-to-date information about what is brewing at Intel.
The leading mobile model in the U-power category will be theCore i7-6600U, which will include two processing cores (with HyperThreading support) at an initial 2.6GHz frequency that can grow up to 3.4GHz in a turbo frame, Core HD Graphics 520 graphics that will include 24 execution units with working frequencies between 300MHz and 1,050MHz, as well as support for the enterprise vPro features for information security and access control - all within a thermal envelope of 15 watts.
The vPro-free brother of the model mentioned above will be the "Core i7-6500U will also include working frequencies that are reduced by 100MHz to 300MHz (turbo) for processing cores,Core i5-6300U is dual-core and supports vPro,Core i5-6200U, which will be parallel to consumers who are not interested in organizational capabilities,Core The basic i3-6100U, which will include the same pair of 2.3GHz processing cores and no turbo capability at all. All models will come with the same HD Graphics 520 graphics core that will operate at a maximum frequency of 1,050MHzCore i7-6500U) or 1,000MHz (in all other models).
An official (so-called) slide that came to the network earlier we saw that Intel claims to provide a performance improvement of up to 11 percent in general processing and up to 34 percent in the graphics core built into Skylake-U processors compared to their predecessors in the Broadwell-U generation, which will undoubtedly Go ahead - but anyone who expected to finally see four physical core processors in this category, either Processors In new, more cost-effective carrier envelopes, he will probably have to keep waiting.
The first Skylake-U processors will reach the market during the first quarter of 2016, a few months after the planned launch of the desktop and desktop Skylake models,Core M, which will constitute the lowest consumption category, below the sub-family of the U.
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