Facing a shrinking market for the personal computer and a stalled tablet market, Intel on Tuesday unveiled the “7th generation” KB Lake processor, which provides greater speed and performance than the sixth-generation chipset, while improving battery efficiency. Provide power.
Intel has made the new KB Lake chipset ideal for immersive internet. 14nm + technology provides a 12 percent increase in productivity and 19 percent faster web performance compared to last year’s processors.
Naveen Shenoy, general manager of Intel Client Computing Group, said the new processors would allow customers to create premium 4K UHD video and 360-degree content, and that they would be able to share them 15 times faster than possible. With a 5-year-old personal computer.
Shinoy said the graphics capability would be three times stronger than older computers, and the new Thunderbolt 3 technology would enable an external graphics base and a connection to a 4K UHD display.
He said that more than 100 different 2-in-1 mobile computing devices and laptops using the new chipset are expected in September. Corporate desktops and PCs arrive in early 2017 with new processors.
Intel and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment announced on Tuesday that ULTRA will be available in the first quarter of 2017 on computers supported by new 7th generation processors. ULTRA, a 4K SPHE movie streaming service, was launched on Sony TV earlier this year. 4K.
With regard to the availability of the Cabi Lake chipset on computing devices, SPHE will introduce new features such as 10-minute previews and 48-hour fares.
KB Lake is a gradual improvement over previous Intel Skylake processors, according to Kevin Kruvel, principal analyst at Tirias Research.
He told TechNewsWorld that the company often compares the performance capabilities of Cabbie Lake with the capabilities of a 5-year-old computer to streamline upgrades to the latest CPUs.
“Intel may get a bump from Apple and other computer suppliers that prefer to leave Skylake if they use [KB Lake],” said Jim McGregor, principal analyst at Tiris Research.
Jitesh Ubrani, a leading WW Mobile tracker analyst at IDC, predicts that hardware vendors will be cautious to develop new hardware with the KB Lake update.
He reported that the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 were among the first devices launched with the Skylake processor.
Ubrani told TechNewsWorld, “At the time of launch, those devices were prone to firmware problems because of the Skylake processors.” I think vendors will be more careful this time. ”
According to Michael Fortin, the company’s vice president, Windows and Devices Group Core Quality, Microsoft is collaborating with Intel on Windows Holographic, which described the Intel processor with seven processors, the latest OEMs, and Windows 10 as the best user experience .
Regarding the impact on the games, it is doubtful whether the size of the new Intel processor driver.
“We like to see the development of processor technology but we don’t think it’s a big leap forward for players,” said Ted Pollack, chief sports analyst at John Pedi Research.
Intel claimed that the flagship processor KB Lake i7-7700K would speed up video and video editing in 4K compared to the Skylake i7-6700K. However, the 7700K actually has a slower per hour speed of 3.6GHz vs. 4.00GHz, but the same boost frequency is at 4.2GHz like the 6700K, Pollack noted.
He points out that games that react at higher clock speeds are heavy in artificial intelligence and physics, so simulation titles like ARMA 3 and Elite Dangerous and global open titles with heavy physics may not see a significant processing advantage. For headlines and other AAA games, which include electronic sports, CPUs are no less important than game quality GPUs.
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