IT House January 26 news According to WCCFTECH reports, Intel’s financial report PPT also hidden a lot of interesting information. Intel has officially announced that their 10nm process output exceeded expectations and plans to launch at least nine 10nm products in 2020.
As we all know, Intel’s 14nm process has been around for a long time, and the transition to the 10nm process is highly anticipated. Intel further revealed that not only production is higher than expected, they will also launch 9 10nm products in 2020, which will alleviate the impact of the 14nm shortage to a certain extent.
Currently, Intel has announced that it will launch a Tiger Lake processor with a 10nm + process later this year, equipped with Xe independent display, double the GPU performance, and will also support USB4. According to current breaking data, Intel ’s 11th generation Core Low voltage will not significantly increase the number of cores. The mainstream is still 4 cores and 8 threads, but the frequency is increased compared to Ice Lake.