The competition between the two computer giants AMD andIntel is forcing engineering services companies to closely monitor the presentations of rivals. Most recently, at CES 2020 events, AMD developers demonstrated the Ryzen 4000 APU platforms created using 7 nm technology and which will be installed on serial laptops in early spring 2020.
In turn, Intel launches mobileComet Lake-H processors from the 10th generation Intel Core family designed to replace the 9th generation Intel Core chips (Coffee Lake Refresh-H). According to insider sources, in March, Intel will hold a full-fledged presentation of the 10th generation Intel Core, which, among others, will present the mobile H-series processors and models for desktop systems - S.
An unnamed source doubts and does not indicatethe exact generation of S-series processors, which can belong to both 14 nm Comet Lake and 10 nm Ice Lake. Considering that the information on the release of 10 nm processors for desktop systems is not confirmed from other sources, it can be assumed that Comet Lake-H and Comet Lake-S will be launched on the market.
At the same time, an insider said that in mobileComet Lake-H processors will preserve the architecture and process technology, and the frequency will increase slightly, which will provide almost identical specifications with existing Coffee Lake Refresh-H chips.
Presentation of Comet Lake-S desktop systems shouldwas held at CES 2020 events. Insiders have already found out and revealed almost all the characteristics of the new Comet Lake-S family, which will be produced using 14 nm technology in a more advanced version of 14 ++ and will receive an increase in the number of cores to 10 in the flagship processors. In addition, the new LGA 1200 connector will be used, which will replace the existing LGA 1151 from 2015.
The mid-March presentation of Intel processors is notmeans the start of their retail sales. The platform’s tact will be introduced to the market in the months following the presentation and most likely will go on sale no earlier than April 2020.