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In the Linux DRM kernel driver (that is, Linux BIOS) document, it appearsThe Image of Comet Lake (Comet Lake, CML) ProcessorThis is the case.
Comet Lake comes from Coffee Lake, which suggests that CML will adopt a 14-nm process. As for the areas covered,Including low voltage Cometlake-U, up to 6 cores; notebook standard voltage Cometlake-H, up to 6 cores and desktop Cometlake-S, up to 10 cores.
In addition, CML is still equipped with Gen 9, not Ice Lake's Gen 11, which further strengthens its "vest" status.
So why is Intel so obsessed with the 10nm Ice Lake?
In fact, according to news from upstream industry chains this week, Intel's 10-nm push was not going smoothly, and Ice Lake was limited to low-voltage notebook products in its early days. Perhaps in Intel's view, after further polishing at 14 nm, there is still hope for AMD 7 nm Zen2.