Intel Ice Lake delayed to 2020, Coffee Lake-R in 2019?

Posted on Monday, Sep 24 2018 @ 15:06 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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As always, take this information with a grain of salt as we have no way of knowing how accurate these rumors are, and even if they're accurate chip giants like Intel can change their roadmaps on a weekly basis. Anyway, word is going around that the Ice Lake architecture will not be hitting the market in 2019 but in 2020.

This matches other rumors that Intel's 10nm process is still fundamentally broken, resulting in no 10nm Ice Lake parts in the 2019 timeframe. Instead, it looks like we'll be getting another Coffee Lake Refresh made on a 14nm node.
There is little that we know about the upcoming Intel Coffee Lake R CPUs but if the name is anything to go by then these upcoming chips will offer small improvements over the current Intel chips that we have on the market.
Via: Segment Next


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