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Intel Announces Eight New Broadwell/Skylake Processors. Two Have No IGP.

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Intel has made the announcement that they are releasing two CPUs that have no integrated graphics enabled on the CPU die, using the suffix "P." In total though, they are announcing eight Broadwell and Skylake CPUs in accordance with their Processor Pricing Sheet that was released on the 27th of December. The new CPUs that will not come with integrated graphics are the Core i3-6098P and Core i5-6402P. They're both Skylake CPUs and as mentioned previously, they are the ones that use the P suffix, implying no IGP is enabled(or present) on the CPU die, though I imagine Intel is just disabling the IGP instead of making a die just for these two chips. A chart will be below showcasing all of the new CPUs.

 

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The Core i3 6098P will have two cores with hyper-threading with a base frequency of 3.6GHz and 3MB of L3 cache. Cost for the CPU will be $117. The Core i5 6402P will have four cores running at a nominal frequency of 2.8GHz with 6MB of L3 cache. Cost for this CPU will be $182.

 

Source: http://www.legitreviews.com/intel-announces-two-new-desktop-skylake-processors-without-integrated-gpus_176414

Chart was taken directly from Legit Review's website using Snipping Tool.

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who cares about specs as long as they are cheap and overclockable :)

 

i5 3350p used to be budget king, now this if overclockable will be budget GOD

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who cares about specs as long as they are cheap and overclockable :)

 

i5 3350p used to be budget king, now this if overclockable will be budget GOD

 

Well, the majority of them are mobile CPU' s, so no OC' ing.

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Makes sense for rigs that will use a dedicated graphics card, but those cpus don't really seem to be gaming oriented and after all they don't cost much less than their counterparts with the igpu. It's just a little odd.

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who cares about specs as long as they are cheap and overclockable :)

 

i5 3350p used to be budget king, now this if overclockable will be budget GOD

 

one of them is an i3, so I doubt they will have unlocked multipliers. Still, with the right motherboards you could do something with the bclk.

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Have they used random number generator for this? *sight*
i5 4460 costs as much as i5 6402. And it has higher clock speed and iGPU. What's the point of it?
EDIT: It's skylake, makes a little bit more sense now.

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Makes sense for rigs that will use a dedicated graphics card, but those cpus don't really seem to be gaming oriented and after all they don't cost much less than their counterparts with the igpu. It's just a little odd.

When I saw this, I was kind of excited, but then I saw the CPUs and now I'm kinda disappointed. I was hoping that an equivalent 6700K or 6600K would be released without an IGP.

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Dual core i7 units? Have we gone back in time?

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Dual core i7 units? Have we gone back in time?

They're mobile CPUs. Intel still offers Core i7 mobile CPUs.

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They're mobile CPUs. Intel still offers Core i7 mobile CPUs.

Ahh that makes more sense. The number scheme doesn't however.

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IDK, I never really recommend anyone to go without iGPU, they are pretty nice to have as fall back and such. And the cost difference often isn't worth it in my opinion. 

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IDK, I never really recommend anyone to go without iGPU, they are pretty nice to have as fall back and such. And the cost difference often isn't worth it in my opinion. 

I think for someone who may want to take the risk of not having one should be given the option if it's a waste of money to them.

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I think for someone who may want to take the risk of not having one should be given the option if it's a waste of money to them.

that is true, options are nice. But still.

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There may be a xeon out in the near future that is close to the equivalent of the 6700K like we saw with the i7-4790k and the xeon 1231 v3.

I want one with an unlocked multiplier.

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I know you can overclock i3s now on skylake, so we may be able to overclock xeons soon too.

Through the BCLK, yes.

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What the hell is a "DU"? What does this suffix even mean?

Dual core mobile maybe?

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Dual core mobile maybe?

But... But... The U suffix already denotes a low power dual core mobile SKU.

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But... But... The U suffix already denotes a low power dual core mobile SKU.

Unfortunately, Intel's site doesn't tell us what DU means: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/processor-numbers.html

 

I wonder if this means that they'll have quad core, ultra low power CPUs now if my idea is correct(U stands for ultra low power).

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Makes sense for rigs that will use a dedicated graphics card, but those cpus don't really seem to be gaming oriented and after all they don't cost much less than their counterparts with the igpu. It's just a little odd.

mg guess is OEM systems that call themselves gaming with a gt610

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mg guess is OEM systems that call themselves gaming with a gt610

 

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They probably still have the iGPU, just severed.

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There may be a xeon out in the near future that is close to the equivalent of the 6700K like we saw with the i7-4790k and the xeon 1231 v3.

 

Xeon 1230v5/1240v5/12x0v5 chips without the iGPU and 12x5v5 series for chips with iGPU?

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Why do we even have i7 dual core ULV CPU's? Talking about naming. I hope since laptop quad core i5's were released they will finally use the "normal" naming scheme. 

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