Providing a pair of Intel official slides answering your question is not spamming.
sigh. it looks like you do intend to drag it out. directly posting images for absolutely no reason is spamming. simply because it's unwanted and unnecessary. it's not semantics.
I see you didn't pay attention to the slides given to you. If you had done, you would see that Skylake-S includes "enthusiast quad core: 95W" and unlocked processors (overclocking). The slides also show that Skylake-S is coming to the Z170 chipset. I don't know how to say this to you... but your pretension that "Intel isn't launching standard voltage parts" because Skylake S are "low voltage parts with lower TDP" is plain wrong.
this is just semantics sprinked with ad hominem attack.
model numbers mean very little in the context of technology. model numbers are assigned to denote an s.k.u. and may not necessarily point to the hardware characteristics. you are Trolling using a gap in the leaked slides. the gap is that intel didn't specify the tdp and the models associated with model names. haswell, ivy bridge's -S series l.v. processors also fit their own z-series motherboards. i said skylake-s will be l.v. because of intel's past trends of model numbering and the TDP ranges in the leaked slide - which match the tdp ranges accociated with past -s cpus and their specs, there's no "pretense". that is always subject to change, depending on how intel markets them. this is the last time i'll reply as you've clearly resorted to trolling over a trivial matter.