updating: An interesting exposure coming to us from a forum in the Far East presents Intel's plan to launch new F and KF processors, as variations to the Coffee Lake Core and Coffee Lake Refresh models - without an active built-in graphics core, just like most Ryzen's models. AMD.
These models could be more economical and perhaps even cheaper than existing models, for the benefit of all those who rely on dedicated graphics cards in the first place, and who knows - maybe physical removal of these cores will allow Intel to populate the ten processing cores spoken under the same physical dimensions and the same LGA1151 bracket.
The original article: It is very difficult to find the latest eight core processors from home Intel In stores - but the manufacturer may already be in stages Development To a new and even larger generation
Intel introduced us to its ninth generation, which we were sure was the last one before moving to the 10 nano lithograph, using the first eight-core processors for the chassis and mid-chip chipset instead of the much more expensive high-end market platform. The chip maker's aggressive move does not end here, This was reported to us, When there are also 10 processors core desktop cores that are designed under the code name Comet Lake, and probably part of the same family Core Ninth as well as theCoffee Lake Refresh.
The creation of a 10-core mainstream processor will require an update of the company's flexible Ring Bus architecture that all processors of this world are based on, and will also bring about an almost certain change to the HEDT and server architecture, which is currently based on three different silicon chips with up to 8 To 18 processing cores respectively, with the most modest LCC version becoming virtually too restrictive in a situation where the home architecture bypasses it (seemingly only at this stage) with the available number of cores.
This leap in the number of cores is not coincidental, of course, and it is widely believed that this is a response to the company's anticipated launch AMD In the next Ryzen generation, which will be based on cores Zen 2 innovative to offer 12 cores and maybe even 16 cores to the mass domestic market, instead of a maximum of eight processing cores to date - and at prices that will probably be very competitive and parallel to the contemporary generation.
It would be very interesting to find out which sensor would be based on processors Comet LakeWith most units of processing, will all or some of the latest 300 chip systems support how much power they will consume (especially in the surprising disclosures of potential consumption of up to 140 watts in Intel octagonal models) and of course how much this whole cost will cost 450 to 550 dollars for value in exchange for eight cores. We will continue to follow the matter and hope to receive answers as soon as possible.