Intel to launch new 8th generation Kaby Lake Core processors today


Intel today announced its new 8th generation Core processors today, which promises to bring a 40 percent speed boost over the previous 7th generation Kaby Lake chips they are replacing.

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This time around Intel is doing things a little different. Normally, generation leaps go hand-in-hand with architecture changes, but Intel's 8th generation chips will consist of some that use the current 14-nanometer+ Kaby Lake architecture, and later chips that will make use of both 14-nanometer++ Coffee Lake and 10-nanometer Cannonlake architectures.

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