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Windows 7: Intel ships Kaby Lake chips, pointing to PC availability in few months

21 Jul 2016   #1

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Intel ships Kaby Lake chips, pointing to PC availability in few months

Tablets and laptops with Intel's 7th Generation Core chips code-named Kaby Lake should become available in the coming months.

Intel is shipping Kaby Lake chips to PC makers now, CEO Brian Krzanich during Intel's earnings call Wednesday. Systems with new processors usually become available a few months after Intel delivers the chips.

Kaby Lake will succeed current Core processors named Skylake. The new chip has the underpinnings of Skylake and won't necessarily be smaller in size, but it'll provide speed improvements over its predecessor, Krzanich said.

That raises a question: should you wait a few months for Kaby Lake instead of upgrading to a Skylake PC now? Experts generally say you should buy a PC as and when you need it rather than wait for the next improvement to come along.

Nevertheless, Kaby Lake PCs should come in some interesting shapes and sizes. Intel usually first releases Core M versions of a new processor first, suggesting some innovative mobile designs.

Skylake was originally to be followed by Canonlake, a 10 nanometer shrink of Skylake. But last year Intel pushed out its 10 nanometer plans and introduced Kaby Lake as an interim product, with some design tweaks to boost performance...

Read more: Intel ships Kaby Lake chips, pointing to PC availability in a few months | PCWorld

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21 Jul 2016   #2

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Yep releasing pretty fast with the new stuff
Sort of like chasing a cat's tail seems
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