What do the suffixes mean?
C - Desktop Processor based on the LGA 1150 package with high performance graphics
D - Meaning is unknown as of Dec 2016
E - Embedded (the processor can be utilized in embedded systems)
H - High performance graphics
K - Unlocked
M - Mobile
P - Processor without integrated graphics controller
Note: Back in the Core 2 days, a P-series chipset didn’t include an integrated GPU. Now, P-series chips just include slower integrated GPUs.
Q - Quad-core
R - Desktop processor based on BGA1364 (mobile) package with high performance graphics
S - Performance-optimized lifestyle
T - Power-optimized lifestyle
U - Ultra-low power
X - Extreme edition
Y - Extremely low power
Which has the best performance?
See the Performance Benchmark Library.
This library is a tool that can help you find performance benchmarks for Intel® products. Select at least one of the filter options below and click Get Results to find the benchmark you’re looking for.
Which has the best power consumption?
The detailed specifications of each processor can be found at View processor specifications and compare processors.
About Intel® Processor Numbers
The processor number is one of several factors, along with processor
brand, specific system configurations, and system-level benchmarks, to
be considered when choosing the right processor for your computing
A higher number within a processor class or family generally indicates
more features, but it may be more of one and less of another. Once you
decide on a specific processor brand and type, compare processor
numbers to verify the processor includes the features you are looking
Source Intel® Processor Numbers: Laptop, Desktop, and Mobile Device