A busy year goes by Intel In the world of mobile chips -Kaby LakeWho have managed to offer us four cores instead of the two that have accompanied us for nearly a decade without adversely affecting power consumption, Kaby Lake-G with advanced graphics cores and then with Coffee Lake Which surprised even more with six processing cores in a tiny consumption envelope.
The Whiskey Lake-U family will consist of three models:core i7-8565U andcore i5-8265U that includes four physical cores and the same number of logical cores in the 15 watts power envelope by default, just like Kaby Lake-R, which quickly became the PC maker's,core i3-8145U with a pair of physical cores and four logical cores that compensate for the increased basic working frequency.
All three processors will offer a UHD Graphics 620 graphics core and support for dual-channel dynamic memories DDR4 2,400MHz or LPDDR3 are more efficient than the 2,133MHz speed, but what makes them truly unique and enhanced is the accompanying companion kit, which will include built-in support for a pair of double-speed 3.1 connections and a base for fast wireless Wi-Fi (when all the PC manufacturers need to do Is to incorporate a broadcasting module to activate the capability). There is also a new built-in audio processing engine, which is adapted to the wide integration of smart digital assistants such as Amazon's Microsoft Office On computers.
There are three models in the Amber Lake-Y family at this time,core i7-8500Y At the top edge, core i5-8200Y in a good place in the middle and also core m3-8100Y as a basic starting point - all dual-core with HyperThreading technology, 3MB L4 cache, 5 Watt core processor, UHD Graphics 620 graphics cores, and support for LPDDR3 memories only soldered at 1,866MHz base speed. We did not get a full breakdown of the chipset for these cost-effective models, but they also seem to have built-USB 3.1 and connectivity Wi-Fi Fast wireless.
All new models belong to the contemporary 8000 family of Intel, With processing kbytes in the Kaby Lake Refresh architecture that we already know, and built-in ninth-generation graphical coreboards, all of which are produced based on the 14nm ++ process. This is a small step for Whiskey Lake models that remain particularly corpulent for increased work frequencies, and a more significant step for Amber Lake, which is a progression from the Kaby Lake core and the 14nm + production process. This is a blessed line of alignment Intel Which will make it easier for consumers to get the full potential and value of their next system - and perhaps even the last step before jumping into 10 nanometers? We'll keep our fingers on it.
A variety of computer models Mobile New of the best manufacturers in the field to include the new models are expected to be exhibited at the exhibition IFA The largest this week, with Intel even promising us that some will boast a thin profile of 7 millimeters only and weights less than 500 grams - so expect more information and updates in the near future.