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    Intel details 10nm Ice Lake PC processors

    And it previews a hybrid 10nm Lakefield CPU architecture with Foveros 3D packaging.
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    Re: Intel details 10nm Ice Lake PC processors

    Incredible Performance!

    Will wait for numbers then

    One thing that is worrying about their chatting of 10nm is the large amount of "stellar for mobile", "great for battery life" and "low power for better mobile performance".

    Hopefully this isn't foreboding...

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    Re: Intel details 10nm Ice Lake PC processors

    Yeah, there have been rumours (not that they are worth anything) that Intel's 10nm, the current version they are working on, has issues with high clock speeds.

    So I can see why they would be targeting lower power devices this year with the process, as that may be the process's sweet spot, until Intel work out the performance issue (maybe they have already).

    HVM today for Q4 2019 release sounds fishy to me as well.

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    Re: Intel details 10nm Ice Lake PC processors

    "The first Ice Lake products are going to be laptops and similar and they will become available in OEM partner devices in time for Xmas next year, Intel hopes."

    That should be "Christmas this year"
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    Re: Intel details 10nm Ice Lake PC processors

    "Rooted in human understanding"?! What utter tripe is this?

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    Re: Intel details 10nm Ice Lake PC processors

    Interesting, good to see some official announcement on 10nm at least though. Sounds like its going to be another 12-14 months until i'll be able to buy one though which is a bit of a shame - looks like i'll be sticking with my 6700K for another year then!

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    Re: Intel details 10nm Ice Lake PC processors

    oh how long I have been waiting for ice lake. ill give Intel this final year, if I don't see and able to buy ice lake before year end, ill consider something else, and it wont be INTEL. GET ON WITH 10th Gen 10nm already INTEL

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    Re: Intel details 10nm Ice Lake PC processors

    Are we therefore to expect another fast approacing socket change?

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    Re: Intel details 10nm Ice Lake PC processors

    Quote Originally Posted by Daheelah View Post
    Are we therefore to expect another fast approacing socket change?
    Always expect a socket change, you won't be disappointed.

    It's been a long time waiting, surprised people aren't calling this "hellfrozenoverlake". However it works out, at least it kicked Nvidia into supporting FreeSync.

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