- Apr 27, 2000
Ghost Canyon does use H parts; but H is still considered mobile even though I would think most people would consider the form factor of NUCs as desktop.NUC devices are using mobile ULV CPUs, and by design this is mobile. I haven't seen a desktop roadmap with a NUC.
Yes, I think this is where the conflict comes from. Hardwareluxx is saying there isn't going to be a 10nm S-series chip. Intel is saying there will be *something* for "desktop" on 10nm - which could be anything from a NUC using the same SoC as laptops, to a 10nm Atom product, to a 10nm HEDT product using salvaged server dice.To hardwareluxx, the S line is the desktop.
I'll bet 20 anandbucks, 3 cutressquarters, and 3 shilovcents that;My money is still on there never being a 10nm S-series chip.
No, but he is the epithome simptom of a bad corporate culture going on at Intel. In time the politicians took over the wheel from the engineers, and begun beancounter strategy. Last time when AMD was on top Intel was saved by luck, because they had another architecture working in paralel with their main one. This time they even stopped making any notable advances, practically stopping at 4c/8t for 6 generations of CPU. And that not because the engineering had brainfarts, but because management stopped them to do any advances because competition was way behind, so they stopped and milked the market from every angle.He can't be the only incompetent, too much as gone wrong for it just to be down to Krzanich alone.
Nosta - are you being serious or joking. I hope what you are saying is true. I need to upgrade my 5820k platformI'll bet 20 anandbucks, 3 cutressquarters, and 3 shilovcents that;
-There will be Icelake-X on LGA2011 and it will have 20+ SNCX(10++ Sunnycove) cores and release in 2020.
-There will be Tigerlake-S on LGA----(post-1151) and it will have 8 WLC(10++ Willowcove) cores and release in 2020.
-There will be Tigerlake-H on BGA in NUCs and it will have 8 of the above cores, with a new L4 cache, releasing in 2020 as well.
No, just based on Intel's history and the pending installation of 7nm EUV process equipment. The 18 months bit was a guess with a question mark; wondering if anyone knew how long it takes to get all that new equipment up and running. Obviously, a substantial amount of fab space will need to be allocated to get 7nm ramped up to produce a full stack lineup in 2022, unless something awful has happened in development.Any source for this? Did Intel say this?
All of it was slated for 2020. Which was in an Az slide that released recently.Nosta - are you being serious or joking. I hope what you are saying is true. I need to upgrade my 5820k platform
They show the 4189, not the 4677 - which will be something to see (especially next to some reference object).
AT has an article now about the Sapphire Rapids socket picture. It's sure going to be a big boi.
Dell has several Inspiron Icelake models with the i3 and i5 G1. More than I would have expected actually. There's also plenty of Comet Lake too, that would be super confusing.I saw Dell Inspiron
Advantage with Costco or best buy is you can try out before buying. You also get additional year warranty at Costco if you buy it with Costco Visa card. Both Inspiron and pavilion laptop were not expensive(Dell was in 600s and HP was in 700s if I am not wrong). But neither are premium models. The XPS 13 at Costco was still whiskey lake model. I wish there were Surface or C940 yoga or Spectre or new XPS 13 at Costco.Dell has several Inspiron Icelake models with the i3 and i5 G1. More than I would have expected actually. There's also plenty of Comet Lake too, that would be super confusing.
Edit: The cheaper Icelake Inspirions don't have Thunderbolt. Wonder if they are chips with it disabled for yield reasons?
The plain FAM6_ICELAKE is tho?D isn't desktop.
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