Intel announces Cannon Lake on track & Ice Lake has taped in

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    StewieTech Chuck Norris

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    Coffee lake is my kind of lake. Can you imagine a lake made of coffee? Id jump in there and have a coffee boner from too much coffee. Anyway these lakes are succeeding too fast for me. Technology advances so fast its hard to justify the next best thing all the time. Unless its coffee that im in.
     
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    10nm is the most interesting piece of news I heard from Intel since they announced 14nm.
     
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    StewieTech Chuck Norris

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    I agree, although im afraid i hit that unforgiving age where tech just dont excite me as it did. Hey you´re from Portugal too, wanna hangout sometime? :) Drink a cold one! :) jk jk
     

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    Either this autumn, or early next year will make a CPU upgrade. Currently my choice would have been Ryzen 1800x, however i'm open to see what actually happens with Intel.

    Can they offer something great at reasonable price for Coffee lake?

    Hopefully we can find out that soon enough.
     
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    Maybe I'm getting a bit cynical in my old age but I get this feeling in my gut they have had Ice Lake mostly tape in ready for close to a year.

    I'm assuming Ice Lake HEDT wont be on the 2066 socket that is landing with Skylake-x?
     
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    Emille Master Guru

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    LOL. That screenshot of the timeline for the next few gens of processirs is absolutely hilarious.

    As someone who has bought intel for a long it is funny to see intel so far behind for a change.
    It lists the skylake x processors as 16,14,12,10,8,6,4 core but then the next few ticks and tocks are listed as 6 and 4 core only.

    Obviouslt they have been rushing so much just to try to match AMD threadripper that they haven't eben begin to change the schedule to account dor the fact that if they don't start pumping out high core cpus as the new standard they will lose a massive chunk of the market for desktop cpus.

    Thank god for amd. Intel would have spoon fed us 6 core cpus for the next 5 years and 8 core cpus would still be sold as a $2000 extreme edition...not anymore.
     
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    When is Laky Lake coming out though?
     
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    The 14nm++ of Intel is supposedly far superior to the 10nm of the competition, they measure the nm differently (as strange as that sounds).

    Read more here:
    https://www.semiwiki.com/forum/content/6713-14nm-16nm-10nm-7nm-what-we-know-now.html

    https://www.extremetech.com/computi...0nm-process-wants-change-define-process-nodes
     

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