Intel will be the first into the 14nm era, they will use this advanced technology in Broadwell architecture processors, where “Y” series of ultra-thin tablet computers which are ultra-low voltage equipped with Core M series will use this technology. Intel said they will officially release those candies at the beginning of the 9 IFA 2014 exhibition. Today, Intel gives everyone a part of the disclosure of details about the 14nm process:
Intel’s 14nm Core M detailed: Broadwell delivers huge performance, Low TDP
As mentioned above, the first to use 14nm process is the Core M processor.
The new architecture combining (Broadwell) and production processes (14nm) will be in the form of new hardware, and systems experience to lead a new round of innovation, new products will be thinner, quieter, cooler.
New products Thermal Power design only less than half of previous generation products, while providing similar performance and better battery life. Core M in the TDP 5Y10 / 5Y10a / 5Y70 are only 4.5W, currently Haswell’s TDP has 11.5W, note the TDP rather than the previous SDP.
Broadwell architecture for 14nm technology advantages and new features:
- Intel 14nm process first to reach volume production, using a second-generation tri-gate transistors (FinFET).
- Intel’s 14nm process technology will be used in a variety of high-performance, low-power products, including servers, personal computers and networking equipment.
- Equipped Broadwell Core M processor products will be listed at the end of the Christmas shopping season, the first half of 2015 will be the next big volume OEM market, ultra-thin products priced at more than $799, while the relatively thicker and more cheap, probably $599 starting.
The remaining based on 14nm technology, Broadwell architecture products will start mass production in the coming months. Previously, we have learned that at the end of the first mass production of U-series, and high-performance H series will have to wait until next year Q2 quarter, listed had to wait almost a year yet.