Intel Sixth Generation Core i3 6098P (3.6Ghz) Processor + Gigabyte H110M-DS2 DDR4 LGA1151 MotherBoard + 8GB DDR4 2133Mhz Memory
GIGABYTE 100 series motherboards support the latest 6th Generation Intel Core processors, a 14nm desktop CPU which features improved performance, power efficiency, and support for DDR4 memory, bringing cutting edge features and ultimate performance to your next PC build. This Intel Pentium processors is ideal for a desktop system that can handle all your everyday computing needs. With the attributes of Intel’s latest 14nm processor technology, newest micro-architecture, an Intel Pentium processor-based PC is not only reliable but offers the solid performance needed to run daily applications simultaneously and efficiently.he latest line of processors does come with the very odd naming scheme but that could be the reason behind the silent launch. Intel usually markets the launch of new processors that are featured in their mainstream lineup but these chips could be a special case as most of them are aimed at mobility platforms with just two chips that are focused at the desktop market. All new processors are listed in Intel’s official price sheet which means that they are readily available for purchase. The desktop chips will be hitting retail channels soon, for mobility chips, you will have to search for specific products that come with the new processors.
Intel Core i3-6098P and Core i5-6402P – Sub-$200 Skylake Desktop Processors
The first two chips to detail are the only desktop processors in the new line. First up, we have the Core i5-6402P which is a quad-core processor (No Hyperthreading Support), featuring a base clock of 2.8 GHz and frequency boost of 3.4 GHz. The chip comes with 6 MB of L3 cache and has a TDP of 65W. Previously, Intel processors that came with the “P” suffix didn’t feature any integrated graphics processor. This Core i5, how ever, does come with an iGPU. The graphics side is powered by an HD Graphics 510 chip that is clocked at 950 MHz.The second processor in the lineup is the Core i3-6098P which is a dual core chip with hyper threading turned on. This processor comes with a base clock of 3.6 GHz but doesn’t have any boost clock. The processor has a TDP of 54W and comes with 3 MB of L3 cache. The chip also integrated an HD Graphics 510 chip that is clocked at a higher frequency of 1050 MHz. Both processors come with DDR4/DDR3L memory support (2133/1600 MHz) and are compatible with existing LGA 1151 motherboards. The Core i3-6098P will retail at a price of $107 US while the Core i5-63098P will retail at a price of $182 US. While both chips aren’t unlocked to support overclock, motherboard makers have released new BIOS updates that allow overclocking of non-Unlocked Skylake CPUs on their motherboards which make the entry-level Core i3 processors a really good deal.