BenchLife claims that "Skylake" chips are set to arrive to the market between August and November.
Intel plans to demonstrate its next-generation "Skylake" microprocessors at its Intel Developer Forum, which takes place from the 18-20t of August in San Francisco, California. At the trade-show the company will disclose peculiarities of the micro-architecture, reveal innovative PCs powered by the new central processing units and may even talk about its future CPUs.
The first "Skylake" products to hit the market will be desktop "Skylake-S" chips for enthusiasts, the Core i7-6700K and the Core i5-6600K, according to a timetable published by BenchLife web-site. The new quad-core processors with unlocked multiplier could hit the market already in August.
The ready to ship milestone for low-power Core M "Skylake-Y" as well as mainstream and high-performance mobile Core i-series "Skylake-U" and "Skylake-H" is scheduled on September, 2015.
Highest-performing laptop chips as well as the first Xeon processors for single-socket servers featuring "Skylake" microarchitecture will arrive in October or November. Intel will also update the mobile CPU lineups in January, 2016, with improved models.