It is possible that the E-Skylake The new will provide us with first-class mobile K processors that can be speeded independently?
Only recently have we seen that the chip giant is not planning far-reaching changes in the world of their mobile processors, at least with regard to the U-line, which has long become the most popular and popular, thanks to the thin and thin category of laptops (still need to be called ultrabooks). However, a parallel report states that in the field of more powerful and advanced mobile processors, we may see a new and surprising proposal.
According to a small line on one of its official website (and an official slide with a similar message), Intel will launch K-core mobile quad processors that will soon have capabilities - seemingly a similar method to popular desktop K processors among performance and gaming enthusiasts. If the reporting is correct, this is great news, because to date the very limited and clear thermal envelopes of the mobile models have not allowed any change to their working frequencies outside of what they have been set by Intel herself.
If we see Processors Capable of speeding and perhaps even an open frequency multiplier on laptops, it is clear that Processors They will need a dynamic frequency envelope and, above all, strict overheating protection, which will prevent amateur raisers from causing permanent damage to the entire system if they overload the frequencies or operate the computer in an environment that is not ideal.
After getting a glimpse of the first Xeon processors pre-designed for use in mobile systems, displaying capable models The fast (Although it still sounds strange to us) will be able to make the next generationSkylake Most significant for the mobile platforms for many years - since first-core mobile models were launched, in fact.
As always, we'll keep track of the matter and will update you as soon as we find out more.
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