Intel’s Broadwell-E CPUs have been listed on NCIX ahead of their official release. Here’s what’s currently available:
The prices listed are considerably higher than what we’ve seen in rumors thus far, and it is likely that they are not indicative of retail pricing.
There’s no official confirmation as to what’s on offer, but rumors suggest that the i7-6950X will be Intel’s first 10-core CPU in the commercial segment, with the unlocked processor also offering 25MB cache, a base clock of 3.0GHz and a boost clock of 3.5GHz. The processor will be built on the 14nm node, and will have a total of 20 threads and a TDP of 140W. It will be offered on the LGA 2011v3, with the Broadwell-E working with X99 series of motherboards.
The CPUs will be officially launched by Intel at the end of next month at Computex.