Intel launched their latest lineup of processors for the Desktops, Mobile and Servers utilising the Kabylake microarchitecture. Announced back in August 2016, the Kabylake microarchitecture is a follow up to the Skylake microarchitecture which was released about a year back in August 2015. Departing from Intel’s “Tick-Tock” cadence cycle, Kabylake forms a new step which Intel calls “Optimize” which is part of their new “process-architecture-optimization” cycle. So from the get go, you shouldn’t expect tremendous gains from Kabylake, it is Intel’s way of ironing out the design before the entire 14nm microarchitecture is shrunk down to 10nm manufacturing process. And this “process” step will arise as Intel Cannonlake later this year.
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