Intel Announces New Desktop And Mobile Processors In Its 5th Generation Intel Core Family

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At Computex, Intel revealed some new mobile and desktop processors as part of its 5th generation Intel Core family. They now include Intel’s fastest and most responsive Intel Iris Pro graphics 6200 for better 3-D graphics performance compared to the current generation. Read more about them below.

  • The 5th generation Intel Core family also now includes the first LGA socketed desktop processor with integrated Iris™ Pro graphics, Intel’s most powerful client processor graphics and media engine. The lower 65-watt thermal design power (TDP) allows full PC performance in a broad range of form factors, including smaller and thinner mini PCs and all-in-one desktops, providing up to two times better 3-D graphics performance, 35 percent video conversion and 20 percent compute performance over the previous generation processors.1
  • Intel also introduced 5th generation Intel® Core™ mobile processors for mobile and IoT with integrated Intel® Iris™ Pro Graphics. Optimized for gamers and content creators on the go, Intel’s fastest and most responsive mobile processors have Intel Iris Pro graphics 6200 and provide up to two times higher compute performance and two times better 3-D graphics performance compared to the current generation.2 These processors are also ideal for medical, public works and industrial IoT applications with the inclusion of critical features for powerful IoT designs, including ECC memory support, Intel® vPro™ technology and offer seven year availability.
  • Intel introduced the Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1200 v4 product family, the first time the Xeon processor line has included integrated Intel® Iris™ Pro graphics P6300. Built on 14nm process technology and designed for visually intensive, cloud-based workloads such as high-definition (HD) video transcoding and remote workstation delivery, the product family delivers up to 1.4x the performance for video transcoding3 and up to 1.8x the 3-D graphics performance4 compared to the prior generation.

Source: Intel

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