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  1.    15 Aug 2017 #2691
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    6 more days!

    8 a.m. PDT, Aug. 21, 2017
    Intel will unveil the 8th Generation Intel® Core™ processor family

    Eight Reasons to Tune In

    1. Don’t be caught in the dark. Learn how the 8th Gen Intel Core processor family will offer blazing fast performance.
    2. Hear directly from Gregory Bryant, senior vice president of the Client Computing Group at Intel, and others about the details on the latest processor family and what it can help you do.
    3. Discover how immersive experiences will bring you from spectator to participant with 8th Gen Intel Core processor capabilities.
    4. Don’t just take our word for it. See the power of 8th Gen Intel Core technology come to life in the hands of a VR creator and imaging technologist.
    5. Get a sneak peek at some of the amazing system designs based on 8th Gen Intel Core processors.
    6. Start planning for what new 8th Gen Intel Core processor-based device to purchase in the holiday season and even before.
    7. Don’t worry, you won’t miss the solar eclipse. Tune in before it descends upon Oregon and the West Coast and then makes its way across the U.S.
    8. See how the 8th Gen Intel Core processor is designed for today and what comes next.

    Watch the Live Stream: Tune in live on Intel’s Facebook page or the Intel newsroom
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  2.    15 Aug 2017 #2692
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
    6 more days!

    8 a.m. PDT, Aug. 21, 2017
    Intel will unveil the 8th Generation Intel® Core™ processor family

    Eight Reasons to Tune In

    1. Don’t be caught in the dark. Learn how the 8th Gen Intel Core processor family will offer blazing fast performance.
    2. Hear directly from Gregory Bryant, senior vice president of the Client Computing Group at Intel, and others about the details on the latest processor family and what it can help you do.
    3. Discover how immersive experiences will bring you from spectator to participant with 8th Gen Intel Core processor capabilities.
    4. Don’t just take our word for it. See the power of 8th Gen Intel Core technology come to life in the hands of a VR creator and imaging technologist.
    5. Get a sneak peek at some of the amazing system designs based on 8th Gen Intel Core processors.
    6. Start planning for what new 8th Gen Intel Core processor-based device to purchase in the holiday season and even before.
    7. Don’t worry, you won’t miss the solar eclipse. Tune in before it descends upon Oregon and the West Coast and then makes its way across the U.S.
    8. See how the 8th Gen Intel Core processor is designed for today and what comes next.

    Watch the Live Stream: Tune in live on Intel’s Facebook page or the Intel newsroom
    And watch for everybody saying "Only 10% performance increase" !
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  3.    15 Aug 2017 #2693
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    Intel releases information about their 10nm+ Ice lake series of CPUs | CPU Mainboard | OC3D News

    Intel's 9th Generation of CPUs will be using the company's new Ice Lake CPU architecture, which is expected to offer some IPC improvements compared to Intel's current-generation offerings and use Intel's new 10nm+ manufacturing process. At this time the release of Ice Lake is not expected until at least the second half of 2018, though at this time we cannot be certain.

    When Intel officially announced their 10nm manufacturing technology, they stating that they will be able to pack 2x as many transistors than other competing "10nm" manufacturing nodes.

    This will be Intel's third Generation FinFET manufacturing node and it will be a true 10nm design, effectively calling TSMC's upcoming 10nm process a "fake 10nm". This is because the industry does not use a standardised unit of measurement for defining the "size" of a manufacturing node.


    These days, most fabs use the ??nm term for marketing, rather than a physical measurement or characteristic of characteristic of their processing node, this has lead to a situation where TSMC is now calling an enhanced version of their 16nm FinFET node 12nm, despite the fact that the size of the node has remained unchanged.
    Intel right now is the only major Fab that properly scales their node naming schemes with their process node sizes, giving them what could be defined as the "best" processing technology in terms of transistors per unit area.
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  4.    15 Aug 2017 #2694
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    I'll pass if it requires a new motherboard.
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  5.    15 Aug 2017 #2695
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    Quote Originally Posted by CountMike View Post
    And watch for everybody saying "Only 10% performance increase" !
    You know, everyone has complained about 'Only' a 10% increase for a long time. A 10% increase in speed/performance is not such a small thing. Do the math. That's not directed at you Mike, just the comments that have been made by reviewers for several years.
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  6.    15 Aug 2017 #2696
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    Quote Originally Posted by sygnus21 View Post
    I'll pass if it requires a new motherboard.
    I'm just really interested on what new features and peripheral support(16K?) it'll have, specially the security ones.
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  7.    15 Aug 2017 #2697
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    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    You know, everyone has complained about 'Only' a 10% increase for a long time. A 10% increase in speed/performance is not such a small thing. Do the math. That's not directed at you Mike, just the comments that have been made by reviewers for several years.
    Yes, that's what I was saying, 10% by 10% and in no time it's double performance within 3 generations (if my math is correct).
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  8.    15 Aug 2017 #2698
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
    I'm just really interested on what new features and peripheral support(16K?) it'll have, specially the security ones.
    Haswell, Sky Lake, Kaby, this, X9, all released in a short amount of time, each requiring a new motherboard. I'm sticking with my Kaby until I actually need the newer tech.

    I'll let you boys have at it, while I drool over the numbers, but I'm done for the next two years. Only thing on my next to get now is the new AMD Vega GPU, and that won't be coming till around Christmas. Outside of that, done. That's me.
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  9.    15 Aug 2017 #2699

    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    As some of you know, I have hinted at and discussed building a new rig soon. It is time to upgrade my hardware. As Sygnus said in another thread my hardware is getting a little "long in the tooth". My Granddaughter spent the weekend with us, and during that time I was talking about it to her. As most 15 year olds do, she had some definite opinions on which hardware is the best. So, after the discussion I thought you guys would like to see what my new rig is going to look like.




    Attachment 148890
    Wow Steve that's awesome looks similar to the Phone i just ordered

    I hope you enjoy it
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  10.    15 Aug 2017 #2700
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    Quote Originally Posted by CountMike View Post
    Yes, that's what I was saying, 10% by 10% and in no time it's double performance within 3 generations (if my math is correct).
    No your math is not correct. If the performance increase is 10% for each generation, then if first generation is 1(100%) then the n:th generation should be 2 (200%).

    From this we get the formula:

    1*(1.1^n) = 2

    Which gives us how many generations we need to add.

    Solving the formula gives us 7.27. This means that the 9th gen or adding 8 generations will have more than doubled the performance from 1:st gen.

    Update: I attached an XML file for you to study.
    Performance Increase.xlsx
    Last edited by slicendice; 15 Aug 2017 at 04:37.
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