8th Gen Core "Cannon Lake" Over 15% Faster Than Kaby Lake: Intel
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Intel NUC i7 kaby lake vs acer quad core 8th gen i5 laptop for HTCP
Just purchased an intel NUC i5 kaby lake for a plex server. Outfitted it with 8gb ram and 256 ssd. I wanted a little more horsepower for transcodes so decided to purchase i7 version which is on the way and was just going to swap over the memory and ssd and return i5. Both are dual core. Now I...
Coffee Lake quads - HT?
I haven't kept up with releases as well in the last few months as I have historically, and I'm trying to catch up. Here's where I'm at:After poking around for bit on google and looking through threads on here, it looks like CFL is desktop only (for now?), and that Intel is still calling 8th g...
Asus ROG GL503 with 8th-gen...
Hi there,Does anybody have some information on the Asus GL503(VS) in connection with the new intel coffeelake series.Is it likely that ASUS gonna upgrade the GL503 with the new processors like they did it with the GL502 and Kaby Lake?Thanks for your answers
Release date of 8th gen Coffee Lake for gaming laptops?
Hi all, just wanna know if anyone got any insider info on the rough release date for Coffee Lake processors on gaming laptops? I know the only variant right now that's released is the low-powered ultrabook variant. Kinda torn between holding out for the Coffee Lake Gaming lappies(8 cores wo...
Ice Lake to be the successor to 8th gen Intel Core processors
Quote:Amazing Performance and ResponsivenessThe Ice Lake processor family is a successor to the 8th generation Intel® Core™ processor family. These processors utilize Intel’s industry-leading 10 nm+ process technology.Source:
Intel will release 8th-gen Coffee Lake chips this year?still at 14nm
Quote: Intel's eighth-generation Core CPUs, codenamed Coffee Lake, will launch in the second half of 2017?far earlier than the 2018 launch period suggested by supposed product roadmaps leaked last year. At its Investo...
Intel will release 8th-gen Coffee Lake chips this year—still at 14nm
It looks like at best, we might get another couple of hundred MHz on Coffee Lake. Quote:Intel officially abandoned its previous "Tick-Tock" strategy—with each "tick" representing a die shrink and each "tock" represe...
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