An updated Intel desktop product roadmap leaked by Benchlife.info suggests Broadwell-E HEDT CPUs will hit the market in Q2 2016. It was earlier expected that Intel will debut Broadwell-E processor by the first quarter of next year.
The Broadwell-E lineup will comprise of six, eight and ten-core processors with a rated TDP of 140 watts. They will be based on the company’s 5th Gen Broadwell micro-architecture and will be compatible with LGA 2011v3 motherboards.
The updated roadmap also reveals that Intel will be rolling out the first Kaby Lake-S dual and quad-core desktop processors by the fourth quarter of next year with a TDP of 35W, 65W, and 95W. For notebooks, the first Kaby Lake-U dual-core chips with a TDP of 15 and 28W are expected to be released sometime in Q3 2016. Successor to Braswell, Apollo Lake with a TDP ranging from 6W to 10W is expected to be out by the end of Q2 2016.