- Dec 31, 1969
Anandtech has posted part one of its Intel Broadwell Core i7-5775C and i5-5765C review this afternoon. This review covers Office, Web, Windows, Linux performance as well as a few gaming benchmarks thrown in for good measure.
Broadwell, in its top level explanation, is the 14nm die shrink of Haswell which was built on 22nm. Using Intel’s 14nm process this results in a smaller silicon die and lower power consumption. Frequency will depend on the architecture and if the process is suited to frequency or power, but the CPU core underneath is still more-or-less Haswell, with some minor tweaks of course.