Plenty Of Intel Core i7-5775C / Iris 6200 Linux Tests Are Days Away
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 26 June 2015 at 02:41 PM EDT. 7 Comments
INTEL --
I'm told my Core i7-5775C "Broadwell" desktop CPU with Iris Pro 6200 graphics shipped out this morning. A.k.a. next week will be a ton of exciting open-source Linux performance tests on Phoronix of this quad-core Broadwell CPU with Intel's powerful Iris Graphics.

The Intel Core i7 5775C is a quad-core part with Hyper Threading and is clocked at 3.3GHz with 3.7GHz Turbo boost. There's 6MB of L3 cache for this CPU and the memory tops out at DDR3-1600MHz speeds. The graphics are the Iris Pro Graphics 6200MHz model with a maximum frequency of 1.15GHz. The TDP for the overall package is 65 Watts.

The Core i7 5775C should start surfacing through retail channels soon for around ~$370 USD as one of the high-end Broadwell processor models.

Stay tuned for plenty of open-source Linux performance benchmarks on this Broadwell processor to begin next week -- complementing our other Broadwell tests over the past few months from the new NUC to ultrabooks, etc. If you have any specific test requests for the i7-5775C, please post soon by commenting on this article in our forums. If you're interested in seeing results for a particular workload not listed via this listing page, make a test profile and I'll be happy to run it on this new processor and others.
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