Cascade Lake-X, Gemini Lake, And Coffee Lake-S Chips Are Coming — Intel Roadmap Leak

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At the
annual Overclocking and eSports Carnival 2017 held in late
November by video card maker Galax, Intel revealed (leaked via
MyDrivers) its immediate
product roadmap. This roadmap lists the Silicon-giant’s plans for
mid-range and high-end desktop chips.

Gemini Lake: Later this month

The next-generation successors of Intel’s low-power Pentium and
Celeron CPUs are about to arrive. According to the leaked
roadmap, the first Gemini Lake chips will ship later this
month. They’ll follow the current Apollo Lake lineup. Using up
to 10 watts power, these chips will come in quad-core and
dual-core variants.

These chips are designed for mini desktops and entry-level
portable computers. They will offer support for newer hardware
and improve the performance.

Coffee Lake-S: Early 2018

Offering something new to the mainstream desktop users, Intel
plans to hit the production lines with more Coffee Lake-S (300
Series) processors in early 2018. The customers could expect to
witness the sales by March or April. This updated line of
Coffee Lake-S chips will include dual-core, quad-core, and
6-core solutions.

Cascade Lake-X: Late 2018

Last but not the least Intel Cascade Lake-X processors.
Designed for premium segment, these multi-core Intel CPUs will
follow Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X solutions; they can also be
seen as Skylake-X refresh lineup. They’ll probably be
based on 14nm++ architecture.

Out of these three lineups, which one is making you the most
excited? Don’t forget to share your views with us.

Also Read: First Intel Core i9 Laptop
Processor On Its Way For Early 2018, Leaked Details

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