The new family is Intelâ€™s latest wave of 14nm processors, delivering improved system and graphics performance, more natural and immersive user experiences, and enabling longer battery life compared to previous generations. The release of the 5th Generation Intel Core technology includes 14 new processors for consumers and businesses, including 10 new 15W processors with IntelÂ® HD Graphics and four new 28W products with IntelÂ® Irisâ„¢ Graphics. The 5th Generation Intel Core processor is purpose-built for the next generation of compute devices offering a thinner, lighter and more efficient experience across diverse form factors, including traditional notebooks, 2 in 1s, Ultrabooksâ„¢, Chromebooks, all-in-one desktop PCs and mini PCs. With the 5th Generation Intel Core processor availability, the â€œBroadwellâ€ microarchitecture is expected to be the fastest mobile transition in company history to offer consumers a broad selection and availability of devices.
The new 14nm process technology to improve upon the previous generation Intel Core processorâ€™s success with 35 percent more transistors on a 37 percent smaller die. The new process, combined with architectural enhancements, enables the 5th Generation Intel Core processors to deliver up to 24 percent better graphics performance, up to 50 percent faster video conversion and battery life that is up to 1.5 hours longer1. Consumers who are planning to refresh a 4-5-year-old PC will also notice significant improvements: graphics performance up to 12 times better, video conversion speed up to 8 times faster, productivity performance up to 2.5 times faster, wake times 9 times faster, all with up to 2 times longer battery life.
The new 5th Generation Intel Core processor family offers graphics options including IntelÂ® HD Graphics 5500, HD Graphics 6000 and IntelÂ® Irisâ„¢ Graphics 6100. All of these provide stunning visuals and enable 4K Ultra HD display, including over Intel WiDi 5.1
The table below are details for the processors.
My guess is that you’re now a little disappointed as you thought Intel had already release the new generation desktop processors. 🙂