Official documents from the chip developer provide us with a fresh glimpse into the products that are expected to appear later in the year 2018
We already know that the commercial programs of Intel They are dynamic and subject to frequent changes - after all, we have only been illustrating this recently, with the announcement of a re-launch at the intended launch of the first 10 nm processors for the next year. What do we expect from Intel, probably already during 2018? The official documents point to a pair of interesting chip sets - and a new roll-out for the atomic processors.
A new version of the drivers for the RST platform Intel Has unveiled to us the chipsets that will receive the nicknames Z390, for Processors Leading desktops in the company's mainstream family, andX399 For multi-core HEDT processors in the upper market.
The two chip sets will be based on the same physical chip as all the other 8-core Core chips Intel (Z370, H370, B350 and the like), but will offer different capabilities and features - and the very certainty of their existence confirms that we will probably be launching more models in the Coffee Lake andSkylake-X seemingly.
Another generation of products that will not get continuity is Kaby LakeX-Strange something, which offered a small amount of relatively high-priced cores and expensive and expensive platform - this family will reach the end of its commercial path in less than a year since it was introduced, which probably indicates beyond doubt that this is a jarring failure.
Another official document of Intel Specifying sets of commands supported by its various products in turn reveals to us the future of the economical and discounted atom - cores in the Tremont architecture that will support several commands to improve security, performance and power capabilities compared to the Goldmont (and Goldmont Plus) architecture we now know.
It is unclear what process the future atomic processors will be based on (beyond the 10 nanometer, as a logical option, based on past experiences in the atomic family) or when they will be launched, but it is clear that Intel is not planning to give up this category in the near future To-AMD For the time being, she is avoiding trying her luck in the field following the failures of the bulldozer and its derivatives - this is because the document specifically mentions the Tremont cores and their future improved versions.