The new die shrink- The Broadwell manufacturing system that Intel has recently introduced belongs to Haswell micro architecture family and is anticipated to be the next stage in the technical field of Intel .Broadwell introduced with Core M processor is ready to be put on the market aisle till the end of this year.
With previous delay in airing this success due some production problems Intel has finally brought up the news to masses introducing much awaited CPUs that uses Broadwell, however, the CPUs will be the first to be worked on this 14 nanometer architectural process. The manufactures call it a business class frame work, a complete deal to power up PCs in the world of mobile computing.
The Core M upgraded speed processor will bombard the computer technology with two versions, 5Y10 and 5Y70 with 2.0GHz and 2.6 GHz speedy processors respectively. The other thing that rings bells to the mind is Intel introducing upgrades i3, i5, i7 and U and H series.
Among other correspondents in the Haswell family, Broad well Core M is 50 percent smaller and 30 slimmer. Unlike other equivalents one can say it’s a brief and compact addition to the Haswell manufacturing clan. It’s also a power saver using only 4.5 units of power which is in comparison to 11.5 watt power used by the present Y series core processors is less. The fact that it uses less power proves to be an add on feature as it results in improved battery life up to 20 percent with less heat generation making them a silent and fanless led on other Haswell central processing units.
The computer manufacturing companies as Lenovo, Dell, HP and ASUS will assimilate Core M technologies in their PCs.