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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-19-2019, 12:18 AM
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Intel's Tiger Lake Growls: 10nm Chip Packs 50 Percent More L3 Cache and AVX-512

don't mind me, butting in during the middle of a discussion, while starting to drink . .
Can anyone enlighten me with all the lakes, its getting confusing.


So Icelake (Sunny Cove), Tigerlake (Willow Cove) is aim at Mobile and is on 10nm

While Coffee Lake, Comet lake is aim at desktop space at 14nm?


And subsequently the next 2 micro architecture will replace both above will be Sapphire Rapid (Golden Cove), Granite Rapid (Ocean Cove) which will be 7nm, am I right?


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post #32 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-20-2019, 06:02 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by looniam View Post
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Intel's Tiger Lake Growls: 10nm Chip Packs 50 Percent More L3 Cache and AVX-512

don't mind me, butting in during the middle of a discussion, while starting to drink . .
No, I didn't even see that. I just analyzed the difference between traditional Skylake-X and Coffee Lake, noting the 7 series(7800x et. al). to 9 series(9800x et. al.) benchmarks.
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Can anyone enlighten me with all the lakes, its getting confusing.


So Icelake (Sunny Cove), Tigerlake (Willow Cove) is aim at Mobile and is on 10nm

While Coffee Lake, Comet lake is aim at desktop space at 14nm?


And subsequently the next 2 micro architecture will replace both above will be Sapphire Rapid (Golden Cove), Granite Rapid (Ocean Cove) which will be 7nm, am I right?
I'm personally waiting for Superior Lake, Huron Lake, and Michigan Lake to be released before buying.

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(Hot Hardware) Intel Core i9-10920X 12-Core Cascade Lake-X CPU Leaks As AMD Plots November Threadripper Assault

(Hot Hardware) Gigabyte X299X, TRX40 Motherboards Leak For Intel Cascade Lake-X, AMD Threadripper

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So.. when can I walk into the store and buy when of these X series chips? Because the article reads a few days away 3 weeks ago...

I know the 3950x and the threadripper are november-december..

Then there is the consumer 10 series intel in 2020.. lol

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I'm personally waiting for Superior Lake, Huron Lake, and Michigan Lake to be released before buying.
I'm waiting for Great Bear Lake myself....
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