Fri. Jul 10th, 2020

Intel starts shipping 10nm Ice Lake processor to OEM manufacturers

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At the latest teleconferencing conference, Intel officials said they are currently offering Intel’s 10th generation Ice Lake processor based on 10 nm process. These products are currently being used to manufacture notebook products designed to reduce power consumption and improve overall performance and battery life for notebooks. This series of processors has also been approved by many manufacturers, and Intel also began producing such processors from the beginning of the year.

Intel is currently producing the Ice Lake series of processors. The current shipments to partners are actually earlier than expected. If there are no surprises, Intel will start mass shipments in the second half of the year. The Ice Lake series processor is Intel’s 10th generation Core series processor, which updates the core based on the 10 nm process and significantly improves processor performance.

Although Intel has begun to supply partners, the product launch is not so fast, according to previous years, these devices are waiting for the holiday shopping season. Even though some retailers may release new laptops with Ice Lake processors ahead of time, most will not be officially available until the end of the year. This means that if users are considering buying a new laptop, they may wish to wait until the end of the year, and of course, the premium for these devices may be higher. The highlight of the Ice Lake series processor is the native support for the Thunder 3 interface and the WiFi 6 wireless network. This is an attractive point for some users.

Via: AnandTech