Best Computer Processors in 2016 from Intel
The information about upcoming new best computer processors in 2016 has been leaked confirming that the arrival of Broadwell-E, Kaby Lake-S, Apollo Lake chips and many more processors. We have seen many leaks Intel’s upcoming mainstream and enthusiast platforms and the latest roadmap detailing the launch schedule of these CPUs. Intel is indeed readying several chips for launch in 2016 that we have been hearing over the Internet.
Latest and best computer processors in 2016
There are many upcoming new Intel’s best computer processors are coming out in this year. Let’s have look on some of them.
Intel Broadwell-E With Up To 10 Core Processors
At first, we have the Intel Broadwell-E HEDT group, which is powering the enthusiast X99 features. This group is consisting of four new processors. Including,
- Intel Core i7-6950X
- Intel Core i7-6900K
- Intel Core i7-6850K
- Intel Core i7-6800K
Intel Core i7-6950X
This processor will be the flagship processor of the Broadwell-E serial. The processor will feature 20 threads and 10 cores. It runs at a base clock of 3.00 GHz and a 3.50 GHz clock. This processor performs 2.5 MB per core and will be compatible with current generation X99 motherboards. Though Intel and AMD have both released higher core count processors in the workshop and server Markey. The exceptive price of Core i7-6950X will be $999.
Intel Core i7-6900K
It has 8 core processors with 16 threads and 20MB of L3 cache and full support on latest X99 motherboards to allow for better overclock. The expected price will be $600 range.
Intel Core i7-6850K & Intel Core i7-6800K
Both of these processors comes with great features all two contains with 6 core and 12 threads and come with 15 MB of L3 Cache. One of the interesting things of the processor is that both chips are placed for the entry-level enthusiasts. I7-6850 k feature a base clock of 3.60 GHz and 3.80 GHz boosts while the core i7 6800K feature clock speeds of the 3.40GHz base and 3.60 GHz boost and both of them fully bland with the LGA 2011-3 socket. Also, it supports for quad-channel DDR4 memory with speeds of up to 2400MHz. he expecting the price of core i7 6850k and core i7 6800 will be $450 and it will available from the second quarter of 2016.
Intel Skylake-S GT4e
Intel will also bring new Skylake-S in 2016. It will feature GT4e graphics chip and will be available in a similar manner as the Broadwell-C processors. This new chip will be compatible with the LGA 1551 socket. It is available in only quad core options and feature up to 265 256 MB of eDRAM L4 cache and 72 execution unit. It will offer over 1.152 TFLOPs of computing performance but there is no mention of multiple variants of the processor family.
Intel Apollo Lake
Intel will replace low end and low power sector Celeron and Pentium lineup with Apollo Lake chips which based on architecture Goldmont 14nm architecture. It will have improved IPC performance and Gen9 graphics and available with dual and quad core processors. That will be configured in 6W up to 10W SOCs and it will available in BGA package. The Apollo Lake will expect to hit the market in late quarter of this year.
Intel Kay Lake-S
Baby Lake-S will be available in various configurations for desktop and mobile market and the desktop chips will retain support on current generation motherboards with the LGA 1151 socket. Intel is yet again offering users a new chipset in the form of the 200-series chipset that will launch alongside this processor. The 200 series chipset will remain the sane as Z87 to Z97 but with increased I/O performance. Baby Lake-S processors will include up to 24 PCI-e 3.0 lanes (up from 20 on 100-Series Chipset) and 6 SATA 3.0. With 10 USB 3.0 ports also.
Moreover, there is many more processor coming out this year. Let’s see the next upcoming best computer processors for surprising us!