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Intel Alder Lake-S processor picture surfaces

A picture of an alleged Alder Lake-S processor has surfaced. This image shows the back of the processor compared to the back of the currently available Comet Lake-S processors, giving us an estimate of its size and a look at some of the physical differences between both architectures. Intel Alder …

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Intel Tiger Lake to use SuperFin and SuperMIM technologies

With the release of Intel Tiger Lake coming soon, more details about the new architecture have surfaced. Intel’s latest mobile chips use an intranode architecture restructure by implementing both SuperFin and SuperMIM technologies, offering a performance improvement equivalent to a “node leap”. The name SuperFin comes from the use of redesigned …

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Intel officially announces Tremont microarchitecture

Intel officially announced its new 10nm ULP x86 microarchitecture  – Tremont. This new microarchitecture will be at the core of Intel’s Lakefield chipsets, planned to be used in servers, IoT devices, laptops, 5G networking, and tablets, like the Surface Neo. Yesterday, in Santa Clara, California, at the Linley Fall Processor …

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Intel confirms 10nm Cannon Lake still coming 2017

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The 10nm process has presented its fair share of technical difficulties for Intel. However, it looks like we should not expect any further delays to Cannon Lake, as this week Intel confirmed that we will see the first 10nm processors show up in PCs by the end of this year. …

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Qualcomm beats Intel to 10nm with 48-core server CPU

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It looks like Qualcomm is getting competitive with Intel in the server market by launching the ‘world’s first’ 10nm FinFET Centriq 2400 CPU featuring 48-cores. Qualcomm is primarily aiming this processor at datacenter use and the first 48-core samples are ready. The Centriq 2400 is the second generation of Qualcomm’s …

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