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Intel COMPUTEX Preview: New Products Deliver Real-World Performance -- Up to 2x Gaming and 8x AI Boost | Intel Newsroom

Ahead of Intel’s COMPUTEX Opening Keynote on May 28, the company today previewed products that deliver a significant boost in real-world workload performance, including a sneak peek at the company’s new 10nm mobile processor (code-named “Ice Lake”) and the special edition 9th Gen Intel® Core™ i9-9900KS processor – both shipping this year. The company discussed how performance leadership in the new data-centric era of computing will be defined beyond the traditional core count and frequency. Through the power of software, Intel® Architecture is optimized for real-world workload performance leadership that scales for today’s and tomorrow’s computing experiences.
Ice Lake providing mobile graphics boost: As unveiled early this month during Intel’s Investor Meeting, the company will begin shipping its first volume 10nm processor, a mobile PC product code-named “Ice Lake.” Intel’s new Gen11 graphics engine in Ice Lake is enabling the industry’s first integrated GPU to incorporate variable rate shading capability by applying variable processing power to different areas of the scene to improve rendering performance. In addition, across a number of popular games, including CS:GO*, Rainbow Six Siege* and Total War: Three Kingdoms*, Gen 11 graphics are expected to nearly double1 the performance compared with Intel Gen 9 graphics, for stunning visual experiences on the go.
 
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yup! announced just two days back and shipping in july 7 (7/7 :p) they're using TSMC 7nm process. while intel is still in 14nm ++++++++++ lol.

intel has been caught pants down and they cant compete with zen 3 processors till Q2 next year. And even after that they don't have a solid roadmap

Also AMD new graphics cards are built on 7nm so they're targetting nvidia too, first with mid range graphics cards and then ultimately low and high end.

Its a good time to own AMD stocks
 

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and from what i read on reddit, they are also going to be compatible with some of their existing motherboards or something. just need a firmware update.
 

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yes, you know for every new intel processor, you need a new motherboard? but when Ryzen processors launched, they said they'll support this same motherboard for 3 generations. so yeah they'll be supported since 7nm consumes less power and gives out less heat.

some higher end processors though, recommend new motherboards but they should work fine with existing motherboards
 


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