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Intel’s 10nm Ice Lake processors to become a reality

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Aug 16, 2017, 11:23 am IST
Updated Aug 16, 2017, 11:23 am IST
The Ice Lake processors are supposed to be the 10nm+ desktop class processors; could be unveiled next year.
Ice Lake processors will be mainstream 10nm chipsets as the Canon Lake 10nm processors will be the initial ones and could be suitable for mobile devices due to the initial poor yield production. (Photo: Representative Image)
 Ice Lake processors will be mainstream 10nm chipsets as the Canon Lake 10nm processors will be the initial ones and could be suitable for mobile devices due to the initial poor yield production. (Photo: Representative Image)

Computers are evolving at a rapid pace, aiming to become more powerful but efficient than before. Intel is one of the well-known names in this industry and their chipsets have been powering computers for generations. Their latest 7th generation Kaby Lake processors have proven to be powerhouses and Intel has already unveiled the name of its 9th generation processor.

Called the Ice Lake, the 9th generation processors will be based on the 10nm+ architecture and will be the successor to the yet-to-be launched 8th generation 14nm++ Coffee Lake processors as well as 10nm Cannon Lake processors. A report from AnandTech confirms that Ice Lake processors will be mainstream 10nm chipsets as the Canon Lake 10nm processors will be the initial ones and could be suitable for mobile devices due to the initial poor yield production.

 

The smartphone ecosystem has already moved on to the 10nm bandwagon and Intel would definitely want the world of PCs to move on to the more efficient architecture as fast as possible. All we can do is wait for Intel to revolutionise the desktop class.

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