11 Ice Lake models Mobile First in the 10 era are officially unveiled with updated switching method and surprising scale innovations
Intel is very proud of their Tenth Core processor generation, which is the first to include Processors Manufactured in the latest 10 nm process with new cores and graphics cores in a new architecture, and decided not to wait even for the exhibition IFA In September to showcase their achievement to the world.
11 Processors Mobiles from the U and Y families are now fully unveiled, with the names, frequencies, power envelopes and even manufacturer's prices that they want to incorporate into their products - so we can all understand what exactly we expect in the coming months, towards the end of the year, on the shelves of various computer stores .
Numbering method of Intel Keep on relying on Core i5, Core i3 andCore i7 (and so on Core i9 in some cases, as is well known) for both the U and the even smaller and more economical Y models, with four digits to accompany them and define the level of performance and power of the product - and next to them the letter G with an additional number to indicate more clearly and clearly From the power of the built-in graphic processing. In other words, G1 will point to the use of the most basic graphical kernel with 32 processing units within it (in older 9.5 architecture, instead of new 11 generation architecture), G4 will indicate Core Enhanced Graphics with 48 Processing Units while G7 is the epitome of the leading built-in graphics cores with 64 Processing Units - when there are likely to be more numbers joining the party as time goes on.
ModelCore i7-1068G7 is the only 28 watt power shell in the Ice Lake generation, currently, and will provide four physical processing cores (and 8 logical cores with HyperThreading technology) at a base frequency of 2.3GHz, a turbo frequency of 4.1GHz for a single core And a turbo frequency of up to 3.6GHz for all four cores, memory 3MB L8 cache - and graphical G7 core with 64 execution units (EU) at frequencies up to 1.1GHz. The price of the processor has not been revealed, but is expected to stand at about $ 500 and be used for premium mobiles that claim to provide maximum performance in as limited a shell as possible.
5 Processors More from the U family will offer a basic 15 watt power supply, plus a working mode with an enlarged 25 watt power supply that the computer manufacturers can choose to decide if their cooling system will allow - and between them looks a model Core i7 One-core, three-core square Core i5 (with major differences in their graphical capabilities) and also a model Core One i3 that will provide a pair of physical processing cores and 4 logical processing cores together with its UHD Graphics core 32 execution units. Prices - between 426 dollars andCore i7 leading to 281 dollars toCore The basic i3, quite similar to what we've seen in the era ofWhiskey Lake.
The last five models belong to the Y family, with the 9 watt or 12 watt power casing depending on the manufacturer's choice and adaptation to work with arrays Cooling Passive Noise - when this time they can be distinguished from the more powerful U models by the fourth digit in the processor name, which will be 0 in the Y versions and 5 in the U versions.
Family Processors This will offer us a model Core Single i7 with four core physical processing, model pair Core i5 quad-core and another model pair Core i3 double-core, with everyone interested in specifying the modelCore i5-1030G4 whose cores will operate at an extremely low basic frequency of 0.7GHz only (with the capability of reaching up to 3.2GHz at maximum turbo mode for all cores together).
Reducing the work frequencies in the first Ice Lake processors alongside improving processing capabilities creates a very interesting contrast - and we are already eager to test the commercial models based on these hardware compared to computers already sold in stores with Whiskey Lake processors or processors. RYZEN From the U mobile family, both in terms of absolute performance and in terms of efficiency and battery consumption. Right now, there doesn't seem to be a definitive answer here - a lot will depend on the quality of the application from the computer makers themselves.
Now everything seems ready to implement the promise of Intel What we will see first 10 nm products in stores in the last quarter of 2019 - now what is interesting is that the leaks have revealed to us the company's plans to introduce generation processors as well Mobile Updated based on the (very) old 14 nm architecture under the name Comet Lake. How will all this selection fit together for consumers? Hope to find out soon.