Intel Confirms 8th Generation Core CPUs Will Launch in 2H 2017, Using 14nm Manufacturing Process
Recently from a rumor, we have come to know that the company Intel is launching the 4th generation CPU on its 14nm manufacturing process. During the seminar from a chip maker who has announced that it will not use newer 10nm process across its entire lineup, instead of moving to a fluid model depending on product segments.
The company Intel has demonstrated 10 NM manufacturing process CPU prototype at CES this year. This announcement comes after the CEO brain showed off the 2 in 1 device running in 10nm CPU prototype at CES last month 2017. The company will target the segments with power consumption and heat dissipation is important such as an ultraviolet and fanless tablet.
The company Intel has also announced that the next generation of Xeon chips of data centers will also move to the next process. Recent rumors were also that Intel was planning for a fourth optimization. Which would be a refresh of kaby lake for mainstream segments. While cannonlake wouldn’t introduce to limited quantities of thin and light devices.
The company Intel is only confirmed for 14 NM process for the products sold of 8th generation core not whether its 10nm and 14nm products will use the same architecture. The Intel Company expects the Hike of 15% to boost over Laby Lake.