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    Intel confirms Ice Lake Core processor family on 10nm+

    We hope to hear more about Ice Lake during the 8th gen Coffee Lake launch on 21st August.
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    Re: Intel confirms Ice Lake Core processor family on 10nm+

    *Insert high temperatures joke here*

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    Re: Intel confirms Ice Lake Core processor family on 10nm+

    Intel will mess about on 10nm+ and 10nm++ and by that time AMD will have leapfrogged to 7nm (2019). Next two years will be interesting while AMD refines Zen next year and we see the gains and benefits make their way to the new processor node.

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    Re: Intel confirms Ice Lake Core processor family on 10nm+

    ... as it is widely believed they will provide a big shakeup in the Core i3, i5, and i7 chip capabilities.
    Except that isn't what has happened is it, they have been the recipient of a big shake up with Ryzen so are now struggling to get yields up on their reportedly iffy 10nm process to respond. I'm struggling to see anything new or exciting here.

    I'm waiting for Intel to announce that they could turn off the main CPU threads and just leave the "extra" threads of an HT processor running so they can call it an i1, that would be their idea of innovation

    (before flaming me please note the smiley and realise this is a joke, I know that isn't possible)

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    Re: Intel confirms Ice Lake Core processor family on 10nm+

    WHO cares if you have a 14nm processor that is more efficient and powerful than a 10nm? This nanometer race is just sweet on paper but in reality offers little change when we moved from 22nm. I am yet to see REAL improvements mostly on the intel side of things. For AMD that makes sense from 28nm to 14nm.

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    Re: Intel confirms Ice Lake Core processor family on 10nm+

    I dont care as long as they keep the competetion good for better prices and such

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    Re: Intel confirms Ice Lake Core processor family on 10nm+

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Intel will mess about on 10nm+ and 10nm++ and by that time AMD will have leapfrogged to 7nm (2019). Next two years will be interesting while AMD refines Zen next year and we see the gains and benefits make their way to the new processor node.
    Not really a leapfrog as GF 7nm is about the same as Intels 10nm
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    Re: Intel confirms Ice Lake Core processor family on 10nm+

    TBH,in the end I am less worried about the process node than the product we get and the platform. Am I am the only one getting peed off at Intel repeatedly just making sure you have to change the socket everytime an genuinely new chip is released?? I mean even with Coffeelake we don't know if it will work in current motherboards and its the same socket.

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    Re: Intel confirms Ice Lake Core processor family on 10nm+

    I am looking forward to buying a mini atx board that has the Z370 Express chipset. And, ill be buying the 8350K i3 for sure.

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    Re: Intel confirms Ice Lake Core processor family on 10nm+

    something something hype train something.

    Oh... that's only allowed when it's AMD. Ok. Sorry fanboys.

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    Re: Intel confirms Ice Lake Core processor family on 10nm+

    ive been with intel for years but now ryzen is here better value for your cash 8 cores for under £300 I like me ryzen

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