Interesting read about Kaby Lake
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Kaby lake vs skylake
With kaby lake available, I think, does anyone have the TDP details on it. I have read that even at the same clock speed as skylake, it puts out more heat and draws more power. I would like someone to confirm or deny this. '); }
Coffee Lake -- Yea or Nay?
I am curious as to this board's reaction to the idea of Coffee Lake -- a chip that basically delivers the Kaby Lake architecture, but with six cores rather than four.Is this product more compelling to you than a hypothetical Cannon Lake-based quad core would have been (in other words, higher ...
Are you waiting for Kaby Lake?
I am curious. Is anybody here passing on the current Skylake chips and waiting for the Kaby Lake (mainstream) chips? If so, why? If not, why not?
Kaby Lake OS Question
I see Kaby Lake will not support windows 7 but what about Linux I have been a Linux user for a while '); }
Intel Begins Shipment Of Seventh Generation Core: Kaby Lake
Quote: Intel had their Q2 earnings today, and while we?ll get to that shortly, some news came out of the earnings call that was interesting. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich stated on their earnings call that Intel is now shipping...
Anyone got any kaby lake leaks?
Kaby lake has shipped to OEMs
will Kaby Lake core m support DDR4?
I just read that you can't have DDR4 ram with the core m skylake chips. Does anyone know if the kaby lake core m chips will have DDR4 support? Surely it will?
Intel's 10nm 'Cannonlake' delayed, replaced by 14nm 'Kaby Lake'
Intel has led the desktop processor market for the last decade, dominating in price and performance nearly without challenge since the introduction of the Core 2 chips in 2006. However, as of late the challenges of improving silicon chips has...Read more