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Intel Core i7-5775C Review: Broadwell is off to a rough start on the desktop

Broadwell is the 14nm die shrink of Haswell, bringing a smaller die and lower power consumption. As is often the case with Intel’s ‘Tick’ updates, a few minor tweaks have also been applied, while remaining on the existing LGA1150 platform. Today we have the flagship model on hand, the Core i7-5775C, and its BGA version, the Core i7-5775R. Both are nearly identical save for the price and a slightly higher Turbo frequency on the BGA model.

Asus' latest living room console packs Broadwell, GTX 960M

Asus has announced a new variation of their ROG GR8 small form factor gaming PC, this time designed specifically for living room gaming. The ROG GR6, as it's called, comes loaded with mid-range specs: an Broadwell-based Intel Core i5-5200U on the CPU…

Intel updates NUC lineup with Broadwell chips, swappable lids

Small form factor computers are getting their fair share of attention at this year’s CES and Intel isn’t passing on their opportunity to show their own. The company took a bunch of new NUCs to Las Vegas, packing fifth-generation Core…

Acer's massive Chromebook 15 packs Intel Broadwell processor

Chromebooks are most often marketed to those looking for a highly portable machine but that’s no longer the case as Acer has announced a massive (for Chromebook standards, anyway) 15.6-inch Chromebook it’s calling the Chromebook 15.