Intel is going to redesign its desktop platform which will be conveyed in Q3 of 2015 that incorporates the Skylake platform that will highlight new Core i7 and Core i5 processors for consumers and enthusiasts on the Intel 100-series chipset, including the Z170, Z150, Q170, Q150, B150 and H110.

Intel Cannonlake (10nm) Delayed Again For The Second Time


After 6th Generation Skylake CPUs, Intel will release 7th Generation and we had already confirmed that the Intel Cannonlake CPUs will be manufactured on a 10 nanometers process node, and they were originally scheduled to reach the market in early 2016, but at the beginning of the current month manufacturer announced the delay of its launch until late next year (2016), but today back to bring new news, which only confirm that Intel Cannonlake CPUs release has been delayed until at least mid-2017.

The reason is unknown, it may be from a problem in the transition to a node or even smaller than we already mentioned. Well, at the moment there is no competition in the market, so Intel doesn’t need to hurry and it makes sense to return on the existing new 14nm CPUs as long as possible.

via: Fudzilla

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