Intel Still Plans To Sell 10nm Desktop CPUs

Posted by at 3:32 pm on October 15, 2019

Despite a recent rumors, Intel is not skipping the desktop with its 10-nanometer CPU plans. A the same firm the the tech giant did fully share what desktops are on the road be seen.

News of Intel scrapping its 10nm CPU plans on the desktop and stretching out its 14nm technology until its 7nm parts arrive in 2022 spread after German site HardwareLUXX posted the rumor. Saying it had received information about Intel’s plans from “insider circles,” the site reported Intel decided to shift its desktop focus to 7nm manufacturing after its 10nm Ice Lake desktop processors fell short of desired clockpseeds.

The rumor was picked up by other sites, though Toms Hardware has received a statement from Intel indicating 10nm chips are still bound for the desktop.

“We continue to make great progress on 10nm, and our current roadmap of 10nm products includes desktop,” Intel said.

Intel will launch it Comet Lake CPUs, please note some of those will be yet another iteration of 14nm on the core Skylake architecture. The questions of when 10nm will arrive on the desktop and in what form have yet to be answered by Intel.

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