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Intel's seventh generation Kaby Lake processor is in the spotlight

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Intel's seventh generation processor, Kaby Lake, is due to hit mass production in June and will be released in the fall.

Kaby Lake will be Intel's third and final use of the 14nm process, and next year Cannonlake will eventually be upgraded to 10nm.

The Kaby Lake processor remains the LGA1151 interface. Intel is ready to use the 256MB eDRAM cache on the new processor, double the 128MB currently displayed on the GT3e/4e core. Meanwhile, the new memory controller increases the DDR4 memory frequency from 2133 to 2400MHz.

There will be four versions of the Kaby Lake platform, the low-power version of the Kaby lak-u series, the ultra-low power version of the Kaby lak-y series, the Core m series, and finally the Kaby lake-s on the desktop.

In terms of TDP, Kaby Lake will continue to use the 14nm process. The mainstream dual-core and four-core TDP is 35W, 65W and K series are 95W.

Chipset will be upgraded to 200 series, the main Z270 desktop and H270, change is the biggest support Intel Optane nonvolatile storage technology, PCIE 3.0 channel number 100 series more than four upgraded to 24. This improvement is mainly for the new generation of 3D XPoint flash Optane hard drive preparation. The H110 chipset will continue to be supported until Intel launches its 10nm platform.

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