Some obscure non-English 4chan. Looks quite real I have to admit that's why I posted it. And I have to agree that both Intel and AMD has decided that TDP means pretty much nothing nowadays which is quite unnerving. If I'm not mistaken the 8086K was the first CPU to break all limits.
It takes 4-5 years to go from inception to production. They simply didn't plan for it. Weren't you there when all the disasters were happening with the previous CEO of Intel, Brian Kraznich?Intel has had several years to retool Ice Lake to release it on their refined 14nm node. Why haven't they done that yet and instead they are going to release an Nth iteration of Sky Lake?
Skipping a process isn't like jumping over some rock when trying to cross a river.Scrap 10nm if it doesn't work. Go to EUV 7nm for God's sake.
It doesn't matter. Do you really think they develop from zero every time they make a new uarch or a new process?Intel started developing the 7nm process at the very least three years ago as all wafer producers always codevelop two nodes simultaneously.
Because of bad management.I don't remember Intel dragging any of their previous uArchs for so long.
Yes he is. Because when a new CEO comes in, he also brings his own team of advisors. He fired a bunch of people when he became a CEO. There are countless articles about this.Brian Krzanich couldn't be single-handedly responsible for this fiasco. And again they have all the money in the world to be on the edge. Why have they failed so hard?
I've seen it and read it but these were speculations to put in mildly. Never seen anything coming directly from the horse's mouth. Not a single post on medium.com from a current/past Intel employee.Yes he is. Because when a new CEO comes in, he also brings his own team of advisors. He fired a bunch of people when he became a CEO. There are countless articles about this.
CanardPC wrote a great piece about what was happening inside Intel when he was in charge. It was chaos to put it simply. It said he was cancelling projects left and right, firing those that disagreed with him and had no patience.
So do you believe he got fired because he was having sex with an employee?I've seen it and read it but these were speculations to put in mildly. Never seen anything coming directly from the horse's mouth. Not a single post on medium.com from a current/past Intel employee.
Absolutely not. I just cannot wrap my head around the fact that no one among Intel management had the guts to stand up against the company being actively destroyed/mismanaged for so long. Intel perfectly knew about Zen/Ryzen. Intel knew about TSMC/Samsung 7nm nodes. They still kept dragging their 14nm node when it was obvious they didn't even had the capacity to mass-produce many-cores CPUs not to mention that 14nm doesn't quite work for such a scenario 'cause you end up with CPUs which have an insane TDP.So do you believe he got fired because he was having sex with an employee?
I don't see how that's something hard to believe.Absolutely not. I just cannot wrap my head around the fact that no one among Intel management had the guts to stand up against the company being actively destroyed/mismanaged for so long..
What's the board of directors for then? Or CEO in Western countries is free to do whatever he pleases?I don't see how that's something hard to believe.
When Leo Apotheker was in charge of HP, he announced that they were going to abandon selling PCs.
Do you know how crazy you have to be as a CEO of a #1 manufacturer of computers to announce you'd flat out abandon it?
Might be a fake for all I know. Still it looks very convincing ;-)@ApTeM I'm starting to have serious doubts on whether it's real.
Compare it to this: https://www.techpowerup.com/254838/intel-expands-9th-gen-core-desktop-and-mobile-processor-families
-i3-10300 is at 62W TDP. Why?
-7MB and 9MB L3 cache for a 4 core chip?
-14+++, when Intel refers to everything as just 14 now.
-Processor Graphics goes from a checkmark to a name
-Most striking, is how RCP is shown as X$, when Intel presentations show it as $X. The latter is the accepted convention when denoting dollar amounts.
Could you post something a little bit less cryptic? Google doesn't find anything at source.ggAnon-chan board as source gg
Typography is pretty good though
LPDDR4 isn't supposed to be in the initial CML-U chips.Because of the much faster LPDDR4, the subscores are better for Comet Lake-U.
If they really wanted to sure, there's no technical limitation. But what, they want to use 6 core dies which are larger, but disable some cores and caches a little bit more rather than using 4 core dies? It just seems strange.And 7MB of L3 make very little sense as well. For example 6C dies have 6 partitions of 2MB of L3 cache. Can't really reduce that to 7MB?
That's the same thought I've had. But, at the same time, I have doubts 10nm Ice Lake laptops will be priced reasonably in 2019, so hopefully price pressure brings down 14nm ++(+) pricing.The score is bad anyways. The Icelake version running at 3.5GHz performs identically.
Sorry. I opened the full-size version of your attached image, right-click, and Search on Google. The primary result is: https://2ch.hk/hw/res/2810449.htmlCould you post something a little bit less cryptic? Google doesn't find anything at source.gg
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