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Intel has officially announced its 10nm processors’ product list. There are very limited details about its bet yet; here we are to provide all you need to know about this line-up.
Intel 10nm Processors-
On a Chinese social media networking, two slides have been leaked that display the list of 10nm processors from Intel. The slides have revealed 5 products that will be built on the 10nm silicon fabrication process. Check the list and the available details of each one of them below.
This is a desktop processor that will equip Intel’s heterogenous x86 core design. Alder Lake will be making its debut with Lakefield. The chipset will feature 8 larger Willow Cove/ Golden Cove CPU cores and 8 smaller Tremont/ Gracemont CPU cores. This combination of 8 bigger and smaller cores will allow the chip to achieve TDP targets around 80 Watts.
This is Intel’s next-generation mobile processor. Tiger Lake is the predecessor of the Ice Lake family. The chip will feature Willow Cove CPU core. The setup of this core is homogenous alongside Xe architecture based integrated graphics.
Ice Lake SP-
This processor will be Intel’s next enterprise architecture. Ice Lake SP will be equipping “Sunny Cove” CPU cores. Chipset places the mature CPU in extreme core-count dies.
This processor is for SoC purposes. This chip is built for 5G base-stations.
The fifth processor on the list is DG1. DG1 is a discrete GPU, and unfortunately, there are no other details available about this processor.
Intel 10nm Processor Release Date-
The COVID-19 pandemic has completely messed-up the roadmap of Intel 10nm processors. Reports have been surfing around that Alder Lake and Ice Lake will only be available in 2021 under 10nm++ listing. We can expect an official announcement by May 2020. There are no other details about the availability date of Intel’s upcoming processors.
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