|Model||Base clock (GHz)||Total cache||Cores (threads)|
|Celeron 3855U||1.6||2MB||2 (2)|
|Celeron 3955U||2.0||2MB||2 (2)|
|Core i3-6098P||3.6||3MB||2 (4)|
|Core i5-6402P||2.8||6MB||4 (4)|
|Core i5-5200DU||2.2||3MB||2 (4)|
|Core i5-6198DU||2.3||3MB||2 (4)|
|Core i7-5500DU||2.4||4MB||2 (4)|
|Core i7-6498DU||2.5||4MB||2 (4)|
The two chips destined for desktops are the Core i3-6098P and Core i5-6420P. The i3-6098P has the same suggested price ($117) as the i3-6100 we recommended in our recent system guide, but has a smaller cache (3MB instead of 4MB) and lower base clock (3.6 GHz instead of 3.8 GHz) than that chip. The i5-6420P carries a suggested price of $182, and it rings in with a base clock of 2.8 GHz. In the past, Intel has used the "P" suffix to indicate a processor without integrated graphics.
The mobile processors are a bit more mysterious. Intel uses the suffix "U" to indicate a low-power chip, but hasn't yet explained what the suffix "D" means. For example, the Core i5-5200DU is quite similar to the currently available Core i5-5300U. Both of these chips list for $281, and they have 3MB caches and two cores. The only discernible difference is that the i5-5200DU has a base clock of 2.2GHz compared to the i5-5300U's 2.3GHz.