They will get four cores
Today at a special event in the framework of the exhibition CES 2019, Intel officially announced its first CPU mass produced according to the process 10 nm. However, news that is announced – the mass production of them will start later this year (probably the premiere of the production models will happen in June at Computex 2019), well, ready-made solution on Ice Lake promised in the sale for the holiday season 2019, approximately in November.
Ice Lake, to be exact, it’s still Ice Lake-U, since we are talking about mobile processors will have four cores with support for Hyper-threading technology. At least, this is the baseline scenario. These processors are based on the architecture of Sunny Cove and are composed Gen11 GPU performance of 1 TFLOPS. This graphics core with 64 computing modules, it was announced last month.
Along with the new GPU Ice Lake-U will offer a host of other improvements. Thus, the capacity of the cache memory of the first level will double, and will support memory LPDDR4X, and the projected capacity at the level of 50-60 GB/s indicates the use of memory LPDDR4X-3200 MHz, although this is not yet confirmed officially.
For mobile devices important all kinds of interfaces, and on the field Ice Lake-U will offer support for Wi-Fi 6 Wi-Fi (802.11 ax) and Thunderbolt 3 USB ports-C. Finally, another important improvement within the system – increasing the autonomy up to 25 hours and above. This is done both for optimizing the most system on a chip, which, in fact, Ice Lake-U is the and hardware platform (motherboard components) that will be offered to collectors laptops. So, for example, for a standard 12-inch laptop was able to find 10% of the internal space, which allows to increase the battery capacity from 52 to 58 W·h
The announcement of Intel representatives demonstrated engineering sample notebooks at Ice Lake-U of production to Pegatron and Wistron. Even the Dell laptop showed the potential production model of the line XPS. Probably, future XPS 13.
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