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As we move into 2020, there is a lot of talk about what Intel’️s 2020 plans will be. Discussions about the expansion of Intel’️s 10nm process node products, such as Ice Lake, beyond the mobile platform are often very heated, especially when we have limited information out of the company directly. For CES 2020, Intel has disclosed a couple of products for consumption: moving its 10th Gen mobile CPU line in to 45 W hardware, but we also had a couple of details about the post-Ice Lake hardware, called Tiger Lake.

With the 45 W mobile CPUs, it’️s important to note that we are talking about Comet Lake here – Intel’️s latest 14++ nm microarchitecture derived from the original Skylake but optimized from the latest Coffee Lake hardware. What this means for users is essentially a small improvement in frequency: Intel isn’️t saying that much with what the new CPUs will bring at this point, but they are pointing out that they will be hitting 5.0 GHz with the new 45W Core i7 parts, and more than 5.0 GHz with the Core i9 hardware. I would assume this would mean that Intel is going to introduce both Turbo Boost Max 3.0 and its Velocity Boost technology to the mobile platform, which would target the best cores in the chip as well as use additional thermal headroom to get that extra frequency. Intel did not disclose if the turbo power increases with the new hardware.

However, regarding Tiger Lake specifically, Intel did confirm that it has Xe graphics. Whether this is related to the DG1 silicon that the company has spoken about recently isn’️t clear, but Tiger Lake is monolithic and the Xe graphics inside will provide full INT8 support for AI workloads (which will be supported through Intel DL Boost). This would be built on the Xe-LP microarchitecture, which is targeting sub-25W power on the GPU. Tiger Lake also continues with AVX-512, but also upgrades the Gaussian Neural Accelerator for voice analysis to GNA 2.0. Intel will say more about Tiger Lake at its press event on Monday.
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optimizing and getting higher clocks is cool but it's pointless when the cooling hardware with the ability to cool up to the silicon's limit costs more than the CPU.

I've got zero interest in anything 14nm, lol.

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Monday is almost gone or is gone for most of the world. Wheres our info Intel???

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45w mobile cpus have been around a long time. Short low use 5ghz bursts should fit in that if you average it out. I get 2.9ghz in a 6w package from 2014. I suppose Intel didn't have a lot they wanted to add.

And that 5l NUC isn't very small. My slim itx has a 1.4l case by comparison, so it is just kind of small.

I am excited about Tiger Lake though. Looks like a real upgrade over core.

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Monday is almost gone or is gone for most of the world. Wheres our info Intel???


They didn’t say *which* Monday, just *a* Monday

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Intel announcements have me so jaded lately. They announce products that don't really exist to combat the hype around AMD. The 28 core 5 ghz and the 56 core single socket cpu.

Will we get the coming soon parts or is this just another marketing stunt?
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Intel announcements have me so jaded lately. They announce products that don't really exist to combat the hype around AMD. The 28 core 5 ghz and the 56 core single socket cpu.

Will we get the coming soon parts or is this just another marketing stunt?
Comet Lake 45w chips and the NUC will probably be out soon. Tiger Lake will be available to OEMs this summer so most likely will be available for the holidays just like Ice Lake.

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Monday is almost gone or is gone for most of the world. Wheres our info Intel???
This Monday but was late around 7PM EST. Even includes a DG1 game demo of Destiny 2. They stated it doubles the performance of the Ice Lake iGPU which means it would be faster than Vega 7nm that AMD showed off today in their 4800u.


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I like how Intel tried to make it sound exciting that they partnered with MediaTek for 5G modems, when the only reason they did is because their own 5G modems were epic failures and the division had to be scrapped.
Those fold-able laptops also has NASTY creases in the screen material that you can tell is from wear, not intentional. I know that isn't Intel's issue, rather the manufacturers of these devices. But still if Intel is showing off the laptops they should not be showing off issues like that.






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Those fold-able laptops also has NASTY creases in the screen material that you can tell is from wear, not intentional. I know that isn't Intel's issue, rather the manufacturers of these devices. But still if Intel is showing off the laptops they should not be showing off issues like that.
Ouch yeah...that was pretty bad. There's definitely a line of products I'll be avoiding for quite some time until that glaring (see what I did there) issue is resolved.
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