Intel will apparently release another generation of Intel Core processors based on the 14nm process. Now probably with more kernels!…
Intel will apparently release another generation of Intel Core processors based on the 14nm process. Now probably with more kernels! Intel is working on a 10-core processor to meet AMD where it hurts.
Intel’s 10-core processor should be clocked slower than the latest Intel Core i9 9900K, which consumes a busload of power and produces a load load of heat. So no 5 GHz speeds, and probably improved the sound between IHS and die to improve heat dissipation.
With Intel’s 10nm process that is still unsuccessful for peak times, the new 10th generation, allegedly being coded Comet Lake, will have to do. The new processor is reportedly Intel’s response to AMD’s 10-kernel Ryzen 10-core processor, which was expected to show earlier when the 9th-generation Intel Core processors were launched.
The new processors will be included in the regular LGA115x platform rather than Intel’s HEDT platform. This will also be the most kernel that Intel has plotted in its usual processors. Tell us what, how many kernels do you think 10nm 11th generation Intel Core processors will work?
Pokdepinion: I think the Intel Core i9 9900K is already more than enough for most users. Intel should focus on democrating the HEDT platform to attract more users there. They already have 10C / 20T processors on the X299 platform.