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Intel starts sending Kaby Lake Processors to Laptop and Desktop Manufacturers

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Intel starts sending Kaby Lake Processors to Laptop and Desktop Manufacturers

Kaby Lake is the first Intel CPU to break the ‘tick-tock’ cycle, retired this year. Looking ahead, each manufacturing process of Intel will have three cycles to get the maximum performance of each process node in the future. The Intel Kaby Lake will be the third and final 14nm chip, then in 2017, Intel will make the jump to 10nm withCanonlake, then we will remain in lithography of 10nm until 2020 and you can expect a new range of processors every year.

Is expected that new CPUs will have a TDP up to 95W and provide native support for several current technologies such as USB 3.1, HDCP 2.2 and Thunderbolt 3. This is an ‘optimization’ CPU, so it will be based on the technology introduced in Broadwell and Skylake, so hopefully new processors won’t a compared to Skylake CPUs launched huge performance leap last year. New CPUs will also be presented in the new Surface tablets in early 2017.

 

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First details of Intel’s 7th Generation Kaby Lake Core i7-7700K

Regarding the specifications of Core i7-7700K, this flagship processor of the company (for that platform) is equipped with four cores with HyperThreading technology, it has a total of 8 logical cores at a base frequency of 3.60 GHz reaching the 4.20 GHz with TurboBoost frequency, far from the 4.00 GHz Base and 4.20 GHz Turbo-Boost of the current Core i7-6700K, although it could be changed as for now we are talking about an engineering sample. The information is supplemented with HD graphics with 24 Execution Unit , 256 KB cache Level 2 (L2) per core, 8MB distributed to the L3 cache, and its launch would take place at the end of the current year, so there is still enough time ahead.

 

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I'm really excited for the native TB3 support in Kaby Lake.  What kind of timeline have manufacturers followed after getting new processors in the past?

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I wonder when these processors might come out. I am looking to upgrade from my old laptop and a new build with these Kaby Lake processors would be great.

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Nice

I really expected this architecture in a clevo base.
Thanks for the news

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I really expected this architecture to be optimized to the maximum for this etching.

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