By Rick Merritt, EETimes
August 4, 2019
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Early reviews of Intel’s first processors made in its much-delayed 10nm node were mixed. A handful of reviewers praised their integrated graphics but said CPU improvements were modest at best.
The 11 members of the notebook IC family, code-named Ice Lake, pack Wi-Fi 6 and Thunderbolt 3 support along with up to 64 GPU execution engines, more than twice the number on current chips. They will run at 9-28W compared to about 35W for today’s 14nm parts.
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