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How to develop next? I'm afraid the chipset will be a little Messier from the end of this year to next year than before, because this time it will span 14nm/10nm process processors, involving mobile and desktop platforms.
On mobile platforms,Intel announced at the Taipei Computer Show at the end of May this year the 10th generation of Core Processors, the 10nm Ice Lake Processors, with 495 series processors.But notebook processors have nothing to do with desktop platforms, and 495 chipset DIY players have no access to them.
Relevant to DIY players is Comet Lake Comet Lake processor, which should be a desktop-level 10-generation Core processor (the same as the 10-generation, desktop and mobile version of the first technology is completely different).
According to the previous explosion, the number of CPU cores in Comet Lake has increased to 10 cores on the basis of the existing 8 cores, the CPU acceleration frequency has increased again by about 200 MHz, while the memory frequency has increased to DDR4-3200, and the price remains unchanged.
It's good to increase the number of comet Lake processor cores. After all, this is the biggest temptation for players with unchanged architecture and technology, butThis generation of processors will also be upgraded with chipsets, from the current 300 series to 400 series, specifications are uncertain.
The bad news is that the slot for the 400-series motherboard will also be returned. The previous explosive display isLGA1159, more than 8 pins than the current LGA1151, but other sources say the new slot is LGA1200, with more pins.
Regardless of the pin, the LGA slot of the 14-nm Comet Lake processor is incompatible with the existing product.
It's uncertain when the 10-core Comet Lake and 400-series motherboards will be released. Intel's autumn routine will have a press conference. This is the most likely time to release 10-generation Core desktop processors this year. Otherwise, it will be early next year.
From the latest trend, motherboard manufacturers have begun to prepare for the 400 series motherboard, but now it is still in NDA, the detailed explosion has not yet been.