Intel® CPU-ZE5 series CPU-tune and 4K resolution performance is now available for the Intel® 8th Gen Core™ processor-Z family of CPUs.
This processor-ZE7-9900K comes with 4KB L3 cache and 4MB L3, 4MB UMA, 16 threads, and a clock speed of 2.5 GHz, with a TDP of 120W.
Intel® Skylake-X CPUs support up to 4K/5K resolution in a 4MB cache, with the maximum speed available to be up to 3.5GHz, and with an additional 2MB of L3.
The new Intel® i7 Core-ZE9-9902K comes in 4K, 5K, and 8K resolution.
This model comes with a 2MB L2 cache, 2MB Uma, 16-threads, and an overclocking frequency of 3.7GHz.
Intel has introduced the Intel Core™ X3700 and Core-X3750 CPUs in this lineup, which are now compatible with Intel® 7th Gen Xeon processors.
The Intel Core-Z Series CPUs feature 4KB and 8KB L2 caches, and support up, 4, 8, and 16 cores.
This CPU-series supports the following platforms: Core™ Processor-Z processors; Core™ Core™ Z3700, Core™ L3-6100, Core-L4-6200, Core i5-6300, and Core i7 Series CPUs; Core i9 Series CPUs, and Xeon Phi Series CPUs.
Intel’s Core-A series processors are the first series of CPUs that offer a quad-core CPU with 4MB and 8MB L1 cache.
This series of processors are available in four variants, which include Core-E, Core E2, Core T-series, and Pentium G4 Series.
The Core-T Series, Core M Series, and E3 Series CPUs are based on the Core-M architecture.
The Intel Core processor-z family includes the Intel Xeon E3, E5, and Skylake X processors, which come in four versions.
The Xeon E5 is the most powerful processor in Intel’s lineup, and is the first CPU to support quad-channel DDR4 memory.
The E3 series features two L3 sockets and supports up to four PCIe 3.0 x16 lanes.
The Skylake series includes the Core M, Skylake E, Sky Lake E2 (formerly Skylake L), and Sky Lake X (formerly Core X).
The Intel Pentium M-series CPUs include the Core i3-4690, Core 2 Duo, and the Core 2 Quad processor-series.
The Pentium E5 series features the Core m3, Core m5, Core x3, and Dual core processor-family.
The Quad-Core M-Series supports quad-lane DDR4 RAM and offers dual cores.
The Core-R series is the latest CPU-family from Intel, which features the i7, i7 quad-socket processor-class processors.
It supports up-to-4MB L4 cache, up to 16 threads and a TDC of 120 watts.
The i7 and i7 Quad-Socket CPUs are also compatible with the Intel 6th Gen Skylake and Core M processors.
Intel has released two processors-series in the Intel PentiPlex Series, which feature the Intel HD Graphics 4000 GPU and the Intel Iris Pro Graphics 4000, the latter of which has support for the quad-stream Intel Iris GPU.
The HD Graphics 5000 has a similar GPU to the HD Graphics 6000.
The Iris Pro graphics-series is available in two models, the Iris Pro HD 6000 and Iris Pro Iris Pro.
The Skylake family is available from Intel in three flavors: Skylake Core, Skylar, and Xeons.
The Xeon family is a CPU-only family, and has no chipset, processor, or GPU in the chipset.
Intel also released the Skylake Pro family, which offers a quadcore processor with up to 8MB cache and support for up to 6K displays.