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Cannonlake Discussion Thread
#1
https://videocardz.com/65800/intel-promi...el-i7-8000
Quote:During its annual investors day, Intel shed some light on upcoming Cannonlake architecture. The company promises over 15 percent better performance compared to Kabylake. While no exact numbers were shared, it was told that they are based on SysMark benchmark.

More importantly, Intel Cannonlake is currently expected to ship in the second half of 2017. This probably means entry-level parts with faster CPUs coming at a later date.

It’s also worth noting that the slide below is clearly comparing i7 series, a direct competitor to AMD Ryzen, which is expected to launch later this month.
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#2
http://techreport.com/news/32067/intel-b...s-taped-in
Quote:By "on track," Intel seems to be reinforcing its guidance that Cannon Lake chips will begin shipping in the second half of this year. Shipments of Cannon Lake in volume will begin in the first half of 2018, according to transcripts of Intel CEO Brian Krzanich by Ashraf Eassa at the Motley Fool.
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#3
https://www.neowin.net/news/intel-the-su...nm-process
Quote:The company is already looking to the future, however, and today revealed the codename for the 9th generation of processors that will follow. In Intel's 3-step 'Process-Architecture-Optimisation' cadence, Coffee Lake will represent a second optimization stage following the current Kaby Lake. Succeeding this will be Cannonlake, which will be a new process - and Intel's first to shrink the die to 10nm.

This will be followed by the 9th generation of Core processors, representing a new architecture phase under the guise of Ice Lake. These processors will "utilize Intel’s industry-leading 10nm+ process technology."

It's still unclear as to how the 10nm+ process will differ from the 10nm process in Cannonlake, though we may gain a better picture of the company's future plans at their unveiling of Coffee Lake on August 21.
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#4
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-a...35490.html
Quote:Intel displayed a laptop bearing a 10nm Cannon Lake processor earlier this year, but it displayed a 10nm Cannon Lake wafer at TMD and unveiled details of its new "Falcon Mesa" FPGA. Interestingly, Intel's 10nm Falcon Mesa comes bearing the PCIe 4.0 interface. We recently caught up with the PCI-SIG at Hot Chips, and while the organization indicated that PCIe 4.0 is finally almost ready for prime time, it could not share expected deployment timelines for major vendors (such as Intel and AMD).

Although the Falcon Mesa FPGA isn't destined for the desktop PC in any fashion, it is encouraging to see Intel bring the interface to the 10nm platform. It also implies we might see it debut on 10nm desktop processors. We've waited seven years for the new interface, but we might have to wait for yet another, as Intel's 10nm products are widely predicted to make their debut next year.

And off topic but interesting:
Quote:Intel also displayed a 10nm wafer with ARM Cortex-A75 CPU cores that the company claims can perform in excess of 3GHz. The 10nm ARM cores are the result of an agreement between ARM and Intel's Custom Foundry as the company attempts to compete with other major fabs for a piece of the broader custom market. Intel also continued the custom foundry parade with a 22FFL (a low power FinFET process) wafer, which is geared for mobile applications. Intel claims the 22FFL process powers CPUs up to 2GHz but with 100x lower leakage. Intel’s custom foundry business is a great idea for utilizing its manufacturing capabilities to generate another source of revenue, but competition is stiff with established custom foundry competitors like Global Foundries and TSMC.
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#5
https://www.techpowerup.com/237404/intel...tiger-lake
Quote:Intel revealed the very first hint at its post-"Ice Lake"/"Tiger Lake" processor lineup, which will likely be built on the company's 7 nanometer silicon fab process. Its 12th generation Core processor will be built on the new "Sapphire Rapids" silicon, which will be a major micro-architecture change, and could put 8-core into more hands. The processor, along with its companion chipset, will make up the "Tinsley" platform, which is expected to hit the market in 2020.
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