According to the newest report coming from IDF 2016, Intel might be working on yet another overclocking-friendly budget CPU that could be a successor the the Haswell-based Pentium G3258 Anniversary Edition CPU.
With its launch of Skylake in August 2015 Intel made the transition from 22nm to 14nm process technology. So far it looks like the next big step is going to happen during the second half of 2017 - according to plan, which will mark the release of the first Intel CPUs based on 10nm process technolgoy.
Up to 6-cores and based on 14nm manufacturing process
According to the latest report, Intel might be releasing yet another update to its mainstream desktop range in the form of Coffee Lake CPU, which will be available with up to 6-cores and using Intel's existing 14nm manufacturing process.
A few more details regarding Intel's next-generation Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X processors have been leaked online suggesting that these could share the same platform and coming sometime in the second half of next year.
According to the latest report, Intel's first client SSDs, known under the Optane brand and based on the new 3D XPoint memory technology, could launch alongside Intel's 7th generation Core Kaby Lake CPUs in late 2016.
Watercooled.ch has announced a rather interesting international modding event, the Intel NUC Modding Contest 2016, which will allow five well known modders from Europe a chance to show their skills on Intel's NUC5i7RYH NUC.
7th gen Kaby Lake and entry-level Apollo Lake CPUs
During its Computex 2016 presentation, Intel has confirmed that its 14nm 7th generation Core Kaby Lake CPUs will enter production later this year and will actually release in 2016, alongside entry-level Apollo Lake CPUs.
According to the latest leak, it appears that Intel's future generation of Skylake-based Xeon and Skylake-E HEDT CPUs will use a larger LGA 3647 socket as well as feature 6-channel DDR4 memory support.
We already had plenty of leaks ahead of the official launch of Intel's new Broadwell-E HEDT scheduled for Computex 2016 show in June and today some results of the flagship Core i7-6950X have been spotted online.
With so many leaks and pre-orders of the upcoming Intel Broadwell-E CPUs, it was just a matter of time before we have a chance to see a couple of early reviews and today we have some of the first results of the flagship Core i7-6950X.