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 Gameguru Mania News - Apr,21 2017 -  
Intel To Accelerate Next Gen CPU Launch Schedule? - tech
(hx) 02:01 PM EDT - Apr,21 2017 - Post a comment / read (1)
According to a fresh report, Basin Falls will launch by the end of June in the United States. All of these incoming High-End Desktop (HEDT) processors use the LGA 2066 socket and are still manufactured on a 14nm process. Skylake-X is the true enthusiast-level family, and will consist of 6-, 8- and 10-core processors. These processors will all feature 140W TDPs and support for quad-channel memory. On the other hand, Kaby Lake-X is a bit more 'reserved' with a 112W TDP, quad-core SKUs and dual-channel memory support. These processors will be doing battle with AMD’s upcoming 16-core Ryzen monsters that are due to land during the third quarter. The enthusiast-grade Ryzen processors will be capable of processing 32 threads and will be paired with AMD’s X399 chipset. They support quad-channel DDR4 memory and will reportedly operate at clock speeds ranging from 2.4GHz to 2.8GHz. In addition to Basin Falls, there’s also news that Coffee Lake processors have been pushed forward from an early 2018 launch to the August 2017 timeframe. Coffee Lake processors are built on an optimized 14nm++ manufacturing process and will reportedly be available in K-Series Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 variants running on the Z370 chipset. These processors will be closely followed by H370, B360 and H310 chipsets.
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Csimbi(04:30 AM EDT - Apr,22 2017 )
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Coffee Lake processors are built on an optimized 14nm++ manufacturing process

Some acceleration, lol
Intel's still all smokes...

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