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Release schedule of Intel Broadwell processors

This week we posted characteristics of first Intel Broadwell Y series processors, namely Core M 5Y10, 5Y10a and 5Y70. The key feature of these CPUs is extremely low, only 4.5 Watt, Thermal Design Power, which makes them ideal for fanless ultra mobile devices like 2-in-1 computers. According to Intel roadmap, the Core M CPUs will be available in the 4th quarter of this year. More detailed release schedule of Broadwell based products was published this week by Chinese Edition of VR-Zone hardware news site.

Based on posted schedule, production dates for Core M 5Y10 and 5Y10a CPUs are weeks 29 - 29 of 2014, which corresponds to mid-July. Production of the 5Y70 processors will start in 4 weeks after that, that is in mid-August. The document does not provide ready to ship (RTS) date for the 5Y10, 5Y10a and 5Y70 SKUs.

Later in the year Intel will start working on apparently newer Broadwell "Y" F-stepping, which will be in production in November. It is supposed to be ready to ship in the second half of December 2014 or in January 2015. At the same time period Intel will release Broadwell "U" dual-core processors with GT1 and GT2 graphics. They will be followed by Broadwell "U" chips with GT3 graphics in February 2015.

The last to launch are going to be "H" and "S" two-chip platforms. The "H" chips will have 2 or 4 CPU cores, and GT2 or GT3e graphics. The "S" processors should work in existing socket 1150, and they will have 4 CPU cores and GT3e GPU. The samples of "H" and "S" series microprocessors are expected in April or May 2015, and their RTS window is weeks 29 - 36 2015, i.e. from mid-July 2015 to the beginning of September 2015.

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Comments

There are 2 comments posted

Good info

2014-07-07 10:45:31
Posted by: John

Very informative. Thanks

pathetic

2014-07-07 11:28:45
Posted by: pathetic

So Intel wants to make money of $10 chip
vs $300.

Why not just wait another 3 months and
release Skylake for U and S processors.

I guess this just ailing with Windows 9 release.

Apple will punish Intel by not licensing Metal.

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