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When a partner from Intel introduced the new mini-machine in Taipei, it mentioned that it will upgrade to the next-generation Comet Lake-U series processor in November this year, but the whole machine retail listing may have to wait.
Comet Lake's name has been heard and seen many times before, and even exposed the detailed model specifications of the Comet Lake-U series, also belongs to the 10th generation Core, the model includesi3-10110U, i5-10210U, i7-10510U, i7-10710UThe specifications range from 2 core 4 threads to 6 core 12 threads. The reference frequency is not high 1.1-2.1GHz, but the core frequency can reach 4.9GHz, while the thermal design power consumption is kept at the traditional 15W.
Since there is 10nm, why should we continue to do 14nm? In particular, the Ice Lake U series thermal design power consumption has covered 9W, 15W, 28W, and another 14nm 15W is not repeated?
From the current situation, it is very likely that the Intel 10nm process yield and capacity are still limited, and it is impossible to cover all areas in a short period of time. Considering the specifications of the Ice Lake U/Y series, such as the CPU frequency is reduced, Comet Lake -U can achieve 6 cores and frequencies close to 5GHz, even without excluding 10nm process, one can not produce high-performance desktop and mobile processors for a while, can only continue to rely on 14nm support scene, from capacity, product line, performance And other aspects to make up for the shortcomings of 10nm.
The previous roadmap shows that Comet Lake will not be mass-produced until the second quarter of 2020, so Intel may not talk too much in the short term.