Better late than never, maybe Intel has released their fifth-generation Core processor for the desktop. Is it the new performance king, a killer overclocking chip, or a product in need of a market?
This is the first time I can remember that PC gaming was mentioned at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) without me reminding an exec we existed.
Last month I sat in front of new Intel CEO, Brian Krzanich, as he held up ‘working’ Broadwell silicon on stage at the Intel Developer Forum.
The chip is built using a whole new production process that shrinks Haswell's 22nm transistors down to 14nm. That is tiny.