Intel launches its Skylake Z170 processor and chipset
Intel introduced its sixth generation of Intel Core processors, codenamed “Skylake” Z170 chipset and runs better promises.
The largest manufacturer of integrated circuits just submits Skylake Z170 processor and chipset. This is the sixth generation of processors Intel Core designed in a manufacturing process of 14 nanometers, and a new LGA1151 socket, which offer improvements in the CPI in contrast to previous generations as ‘Haswell’ and ‘Broadwell’.
This new range of processors starts with two chips ( the Core i7-6700K and Core i5 6600K preset ) directed mainly to the installation of custom equipment. At the moment, there are two models, but know that the company will launch more models in the series later this month.
In the story to features, both models come with unlocked multiplier and have four physical cores, but the i7 can handle up to eight threads. Alongside this the only difference between the two is your working frequency and L3 cache, and the Core i7-6700K running at 4 GHz-4.2 GHz and 8 MB of L3 mounted and Core i5-6600K runs 3.5 GHz-3.9 GHz and 6 MB of L3 sum.
Regarding other details, the TDP of 91W and BMI confirmed support integrated DDR3 and DDR4 1600MHz to 2.133 MHz, and the lack of sink home in both models. The price of these new Core i5 and Core i7 are off $ 243 and $ 350 respectively in order thousand units.
In the story to Z170 chipset, this comes as the perfect solution for overclockers and gamers who want to maximize the new processors with unlocked multiplier Intel.