Intel’s Kaby Lake chips are still flattering fresh, though AMD’s large Ryzen pull means that a chip hulk is removing prepared to speak about a 8th-generation silicon.
8th-generation Intel Core chips, codenamed Coffee Lake, will still be built regulating a 14-nanometer architecture, though over that small is strictly known. Unofficially, it seems that what Intel is formulation to do is fist some-more cores into existent chips.
It’s widely approaching that a desktop versions of a i7 and i5 processors will be bumped to 6-core, and a Core i3 bumped to quad-core, along with some Pentium and mobile chips.
Boosting a series of cores allows Intel to fist some-more energy and opening out of a existent silicon design before we change to a 10-nanometer Cannonlake chips.
Intel will livestream a announcement, along with demonstrations, via a Facebook page on Aug 21, and Intel states that inclination powered by these chips will be accessible to squeeze during “the holiday deteriorate and even before.”
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