N/APosted on - 04/02/2015
Hello,I need some answers about the following
What is Broadwell-based CPUs? How is Power Capability of socketed Broadwell CPUs? What is the memory support capacity? What is the process rate of Broadwell processors? Is Broadwell CPUs supported Android Operating System ? Why do we call Devil’s Canyon to Broadwell CPUs? Thank You
Get find out details of Intel two socketed Broadwell CPUs
1. What is Broadwell-based CPUs?
Answer – this is a 5th generation Intel Core processors, the processors are made with Intel’s new 14-nanometer technology.
2. How is Power Capability of socketed Broadwell CPUs?
Answer – consumes less power, only consumes 15 watts power or more.
3. What is the memory support capacity?
Answer – 16 GB of DDR3L-1600, or 8 GB of LPDDR3-1600
4. What is the process rate of Broadwell processors?
Answer – base clock frequency can go to a speed of 3.1 Ghz to 3.4 Ghz as the fastest speed for iCore 7. Graphics clock from 300 Mhz to 1.1 Ghz.
5. Is Broadwell CPUs supported Android Operating System?
Answer – Intel’s decision to make Broadwell to be compatible with Android Platforms. It is going to be available in this platform and also for the upcoming SkyLake processor.
6. Why do we call Devil’s Canyon to Broadwell CPUs?
Answer – "Smooth power delivery to [the] die" that adds to “devil” and “Devil’s Canyon” in Utah are aligned. If you will flip it over, you’ll see the additional chips at the back of processor, seem to be like with aligned canyons in Utah.