Some 5th generation Intel Xeon Broadwell-E processors have worked with the SR300, probably because those enterprise chips were made around the same time as the 6th generation Skylake consumer chip. Even then, it's 50-50 whether it works or not. With a consumer Broadwell chip (non-E), it is likely even more of a gamble.
Here's what Intel support staffer Peter had to say about the subject of SR300's on Broadwell systems in a post last November.
Thank you so much for the information. I thought that 5th gen. had better support for sr300.
The F200 and R200 have a minimum of 4th gen, so are better for older machines. The SR300's official minimum is 6th gen, though in practice - like running PC games on a machine below the minimum technical specs for that game - it is not an absolute rule but rather a strong guarantee of the camera working on a PC with a 6th gen processor. Some people have got the SR300 working with 5th gen processors, but it is at your own rick if you purchase the SR300 for such a machine, as the chances of the camera working correctly with it are 50-50 at best.