Intel’s next-generation processor architecture Broadwell is the most awaited series as Intel sets many promises after the previous delay now again Intel has made an upset. According to Chinese VR-Zone reports, Intel has recently updated the schedule of Broadwell Series, U series will be arriving at the start of next year, February 2015, and H Series (Desktop Series) Plans to postpone a little more and now Intel Brodwell H series will Now be Landing on July 2015.

Intel Broadwell schedule update: For H series wait another year

Intel Broadwell schedule update

First, talk about Core M Series (Y series), the processors of this group continued to less production planning for Intel, for this series Intel plans remain unchanged, 5Y10/5Y10a 28-29 will release in the first week of the year mass production, at the end 5Y70 on 32-33 weeks. The next step seems there is an F in the first 44-48 weeks (about 11 months) production, and during the mid-December to mid-January shipment. It is somewhat surprising to me that Intel is releasing a new revision (Stepping Version F.) If we summarize the Core M Series release date, after the initial batch Y Series (BGA) 2+2 (Intel Core M) arriving by the end of September 2014. Stepping F to debut by year end.

Then look at the U series, mass production of U series, which is ordinary “2 +2” and low “2 +1”, the shipping time and the same Core MF stepper positioning slightly higher “2 +3 “The overall program is little later, shipping time is in February 2015. The product is expected to carry U series will also be available until Q2 quarter.


For high-performance H series will do the job, whether it is to be on the large BGA or LGA package, production and shipments are now just one year away, and maybe Intel Skylake architecture also launched at that time, which will entertain the Overclocking players- “K” series processors.

Intel Roadmap 2014

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