Intel is going to dispatch Core i7-5775C and Core i5-5675C processors based on 14nm process node, Broadwell architecture processors will be released in the second quarter of 2015 (launch of Computex). Both processors (part of Intel’s fifth era desktop family) will offer the power and efficiency upgrades included by Intel’s initial 14nm methodology hub and convey moderately lower TDPs with totally opened plans to permit Overclocking.

Intel Core i7-5775C Priced at $479.99


Well the latest news is that now some retailers has listed the price of Core i7-5775C, you can pre-order it for $479.99.

Intel Core i7-5775C Processor comes with a core clock of 3.3 GHz and 3.7 GHz turbo frequency. IGP wise the processor is equipped with powerful Iris Pro 6200. This i7 Processor is featuring quad core with hyper threading enabled and features 6 MB of L3 cache, DDR3 memory rated at 1600 MHz native support, TDP is of 65W, which is lower compared to Haswell with its 84W/95W TDP.

The new processors from Intel Broadwell will be compatible with the Series 9 motherboards (H97 and Z97 Chipset) and Socket 1150. Previously we have seen that Intel Core i7-5775C is good enough to reach @5Ghz on air cooling. The Broadwell processors are listed on several retailers such as NCIX. Below is the product folio of Intel Broadwell processors (Yes, no i3’s).

Model Cores /
Clock / Turbo L3-cache IGP Memory Tdp Socket
Core i5-5575R 4 / 4 2,8 / 3,3GHz 4MB Iris Pro 6200 ddr3l-1600 65W BGA1364
Core i5-5675C 4 / 4 3,1 / 3,6GHz 4MB Iris Pro 6200 ddr3l-1600 65W LGA1150
Core i5-5675R 4 / 4 3,1 / 3,6GHz 4MB Iris Pro 6200 ddr3l-1600 65W BGA1364
Core i7-5775C 4 / 8 3,3 / 3,7GHz 6MB Iris Pro 6200 ddr3l-1600 65W LGA1150
Core i7-5775R 4 / 8 3,3 / 3,8GHz 6MB Iris Pro 6200 ddr3l-1600 65W BGA1364
Intel Broadwell Core-i7-5775C
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