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Intel Comet Lake Upcoming 14nm CPUs
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    Idea is to move to 10 cores using same 14nm process, making it even larger die.

    VRM requirements and heat output will also increase.

    And, as usual, for each generation we will see new socket.

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  • Mobile chips introduced

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    Notice horrible TDP limits, with 6 core fit into 15W TDP with maximum allowed with good cooling at 25W.

    Desktop 6 core chip with small overclock will eat around 100W without problems.

    Overall we see general degradation of U lineup.

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  • Desktop appearance leak

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    Still no HDMI 2.0a without converter chip.

    Intel saved lot of money as all we have here is mostly reused blocks from 3-4 year old CPUs. With another special compatibility break adding new LGA1200 connector.
    Greed of Intel morons (AMD are also same now with newer platforms :-) )

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