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The first is the consumer CPU.
Looks likeBefore the end of 2021, there will be no 10nm processors on the desktop.
Before the end of this year, Intel is still the 9th generation of Core Wars. In the middle of the year, it will launch 8-core Xeon E new products. In the second half of the year, there will be Y-series ultra-low-power Amber Lake.
It is expected that Comet Lake will debut from the second quarter of next year., still 14nm process, i9 will be upgraded to 10 cores, mobile standard pressure is also;The Rocket Lake family will be in 2021, and the i9 is still up to 10 cores.. It seems that only the Y series of Rockert Lake will be built on 10nm, and it is a 4-core start.
The picture shows the Intel CPU microarchitecture roadmap (official)
Note that the Xingxing Lake may be called the 10th generation Core, because Intel has announced that the three generations of new micro-architecture Sunny Cove (2019), Willow Cove (2020) and Golden Cove (2021) started at least 10nm, and the Sunny Cove's first delivery was given to Ice Lake, so the Star Lake and Rocket Lake may continue the old Core platform.
Let's take a closer look at the mobile side.
Ice Lake finally appeared, and appeared with the Lakefield SoC (Big.Little size x86, designed for ultra-thin design).However, the word "Limited" indicates that production capacity is very limited. Although Intel's statement is before the end of the shopping season, the roadmap shows that it will be sold in small quantities in the second quarter of this year.
In addition,The second generation 10nm confirmation on the mobile side is Tiger Lake and the third generation is Roket Lake-U.
There are also some weird new codes, such as Elkhart Lake and Skyhawk Lake, which succeeded Gemini Lake (Goldmont Plus architecture).