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Intel’s 8-Core LGA1151 Chips Will Be 14nm “Coffee Lake” Based

We've already talked about Intel prepping to launch 8-core, 16-thread mainstream processors in 2018. It looks like these chips will be based off the current 14 nanometer "Coffee Lake" micro-architecture, according to a leaked XTU errata log.

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Intel Announces the First 7th Generation Core Processors

Intel takes computing to the next level with the 7th Gen Intel Core processor family. The 7th Gen Intel Core processors are designed for the immersive Internet and built on a strong foundation of the Skylake microarchitecture. Intel's latest 14 nm processors deliver more responsive performance than ever, fantastic entertainment and gaming, robust security, and even more natural, intuitive interactions with your PC. With incredible improvements that transform the viewing experience with 4K UHD videos, 360-degree videos , multiple video streams, and premium content playback, the 7th Gen Intel Core processors for mobile platforms enable a new way to enjoy the sharp and engaging content across a range of form factors.

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Samsung To Die-Shrink NVIDIA Pascal Down To 14nm

We were not sure if NVIDIA would be skipping the 14nm node to go down to 10nm, but it looks like they will in fact make use of the 14nm node. Even though NVIDIA met its energy-efficient targets with its 16nm FinFET node on the Pascal architecture, the company has reportedly concluded talks with Samsung Electronics to optically-shrink the GeForce Pascal architecture down to the newer 14nm FinFET node.

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Intel Core i7-7700K “Kaby Lake” Processor Detailed

Details of Intel's Core i7-7700K "Kaby Lake" processor have been leaked from a SiSoft Sandra benchmark. The leaderboard reveals some interesting details about the chip. It will be a quad-core part that will feature HyperThreading, so you will have 8 logical cores. The chip will be clocked at 3.60 GHz, with a TurboBoost frequency up to 4.20 GHz.

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Samsung To Be AMD’s Foundry Partner For Zen and Arctic Islands

It has been confirmed that AMD will be using Samsung as its foundry partner for its next generation GPUs. The upcoming Arctic Islands family of GPUs will be built on the 14 nanometer FinFET LPP (low-power plus) process. NVIDIA will however be building its next generation Pascal GPU family on the 16 nanometer FinFET process and will likely use foundry partner TSMC as they have in the past.

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GLOBALFOUNDRIES Achieves 14nm FinFET Technology Success for Next-Gen AMD Product

GLOBALFOUNDRIES today announced it has demonstrated silicon success on the first AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) products using GLOBALFOUNDRIES' most advanced 14nm FinFET process technology. As a result of this milestone, GLOBALFOUNDRIES' silicon-proven technology is planned to be integrated into multiple AMD products that address the growing need for high-performance, power-efficient compute and graphics technologies across a broad set of applications, from personal computers to data centers to immersive computing devices.

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AMD Preparing 14nm FinFET GPUs in 2016

At its Investor Day presentation AMD took a good part of it to talk about GPUs. They announced that they will continue to make GPUs for every segment of the market. The company plans to continue to improve on its Graphics CoreNext architecture, but is really betting on the huge performance / watt increase with its GPUs in 2016. The reason for this increase will be its move to the 14nm FinFET process.

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AMD 2015-2016 CPU Roadmap Leaked

There have been quite a lot of AMD leaks recently, this week we had the Zen CPU block diagram come out, then just yesterday the quad core design slide was leaked. Either AMD is trying to create some hype, or they just can't keep their secrets safe. Now the roadmaps for both the desktop side and mobile side have been leaked.

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