There is some new information about the Intel Jasper Lake series CPUs spotted in 3DMark records. This unnamed Jasper Lake CPU is most likely based on Tremont cores. This CPU is clocked at 1.10 GHz with 4-core/ 4-thread offering and 8MB cache. It is obviously a low-end offering but a new mention of the architecture indicates some plans by Intel.
About the phantom Jasper Lake CPU…
The 4-core CPU provides support up to 32GB LPDDR4 RAM and will be using Intel Gen 11 graphics, clocked at 1.10/1.12 GHz. Its speculated these would be 10nm CPUs under Atom or Celeron branding, maybe with low-end Pentium offerings. TDP is unknown for now.
Intel trying to keep up with AMD
Intel will have to keep up with AMD from low-end to high-end offerings. The information about the Ryzen 7 4700G makes it look more promising over the Intel Core i7 10700 CPUs. It will be interesting to see this quad-core CPUs in action but the absence of information, including its SKU, implies that it is going to take a while for CPU to see any sunlight. It is unclear how Intel is slotting Jasper Lake now since it just released 10th generation CPUs now, with its successor aimed to be out by the end of this year.