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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-02-2019, 12:49 PM - Thread Starter
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[ITWORLDCANADA] Update: Intel Canada says 10nm desktop chipsets set to arrive ‘early next year’

Source: https://www.itworldcanada.com/articl...xt-year/423481

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Intel will be producing 10nm desktop processors, and they’ll be here early next year, IT World Canada has learned.

Intel Canada Country Manager Denis Gaudreault revealed the news to the publication during the Intel Experience Canada 2019 event Oct. 29.

“As I said this morning, we learned of the 10th-gen for mobile [processors], which is based on 10nm. So early next year, that’s where the desktop version of that will come.”

Gaudreault didn’t provide specifics aside from confirming 10nm desktop parts.

Earlier last week, U.S. tech publication Tom’s Hardware also received confirmation from Intel that 10nm desktop components are on track, but noted that Intel could be alluding to anything between a desktop or server platform.
Going to be an exciting year. New Intel desktop chips on a new node and new 10nm Intel GPUs! I won't be upgrading my 9900K until next generation(Ocean Cove?) though.

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Wondering if these will be performance chips or only low power ones with the high end sticking with 14nm.

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Probably a token release of a couple of chips that will be rarer than unobtanium. Broadwell, anyone?

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Probably a token release of a couple of chips that will be rarer than unobtanium. Broadwell, anyone?
That would still be good. Somebody got Broadwells, and it didn't take long for Skylake after that. Crystalwells for desktop are the rare ones. They were 90% Broadwell on 22nm.
Broadwell at it's slightly decreased clock was still faster than Crystalwell. So Broadwell was still a step up, just smaller from Crystalwell than Haswell.

Maybe Intel could have done some SunnyCove on 14nm, then taken it to 10nm, kind of like they did with Broadwell instead of doing arch, shrink and material change at the same time.

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They just have to release one 10nm chip in a sort of desktop form factor for it to be true (aka shareholders can't sue). Put it on a NUC or something. Ahem.

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Cannon Lake will forever be a dent in Intel's push for 10nm supremacy. With just one single chip, the Core i3-8121U, to show for it, it's a wonder why Intel didn't retire Cannon Lake sooner. Only a handful of devices, including Intel's own NUCs, employed the Core i3-8121U. While the chip's performance wasn't horrible, the lack of integrated graphics certainly didn't earn it any extra points, either.

Cannon Lake-powered NUCs, codenamed Crimson Canyon, are officially discontinued as of October 28. Intel's customers can put in their last orders before December 27, and the final shipments go out on February 28, 2020.



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I bet this will be like the mobile 10th gen of many skus with differing performances and complicated, silly names. Good luck intel.

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Server is considered as desktop right,

Soo they release a Ice-lake for server its considered as a desktop chip release?

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everything's on track. woot woot.

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Probably a token release of a couple of chips that will be rarer than unobtanium. Broadwell, anyone?
My sweet 128 * 2^20 B of L4 cache. Intel why didn't you made coffee lake with 256 * 2^20 B of energy efficient reliable L4 cache instead of overpriced overclocked monstrosity?

(Broadwell actually wasn't rare, it just required to order it when it was available. When Skylakes were around the corner nobody bothered to restock it.)
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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
Source: https://www.itworldcanada.com/articl...xt-year/423481

Going to be an exciting year. New Intel desktop chips on a new node and new 10nm Intel GPUs! I won't be upgrading my 9900K until next generation(Ocean Cove?) though.
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Updated on Nov.1 at 3:27 p.m. EST: Intel has reached out to the publication with a clarification on the release date. While its 10nm desktop chips are in the works, it has not yet announced a specific timing for its desktop products.
Well, hold your horses. They have an article update.
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