The Gemini Lake generation will include improved processing cores and will try to give us computers Mobile Hybrids are more popular than ever before
Intel has a lot of interesting products in the pipeline for the next few months, with bigger and more impressive names such as Coffee Lake And Ice Lake is also the family of theGemini Lake - to bring us a new generation of economical and cheap atomic chips for the benefit of anyone looking for the best cost-benefit ratio.
The very existence of the new atomic generation and the intention to bring it to the market towards the end of the year 2017 we heard already in the middle of the year, but now we seem to have a little more concrete details about the plans of Intel In this category, there are six new models for the fixed and mobile market (three for each), which will be branded this time under the names Celeron and Pentium Silver, in a manner that will finally end the potential confusion between these units and the processors.core Which will now be offered under the name Pentium Gold, compared with the previousPentium Lived under the same single name.
Gemini Lake processors will continue to be based on a 14 nanometer production process, such as the current Apollo Lake generation, and with the same graphical cores from the Skylake era with 12 or 18 processing units - but the key difference would be that the overall processing cores would be from Goldmont Plus architecture Updated with a wider design (and with increased L2 cache memory), somewhat similar to the core architecturecore Of the chip giant and should have a positive effect on the capabilities and performance that are ultimately received.
Memories support DDR4 And LPDDR4, support for SATA-based storage, eMMC 5.1 chips, and M.2 interface drives, support for USB Type-C connections, support for fourth-generation cellular connectivity, and modern Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and support for SGX's latest file protection mechanism From the improved arsenal of the latest processors - making them suitable for desktop and mobile systems much more similar to the ones we get based on the chipsetscore Of the seventh and eighth generation, even though it is not certain that there will be any major jump in performance and in the results of the performance tests themselves.
We still do not know exactly when the H-Gemini Lake, But the increasing reports and technical details about them these days suggest that this will happen soon - and it remains to be hoped that we can indeed start to see good looking hybrid computers with prices less than 500 or even less than 400 dollars, thanks to them.