Intel Announces Core i7-1068G7 and 9 Watt Y Series Processors on the Road


Today, Intel has a large share in the processor market, 28-watt Core i7-1068G7 and 9-watt Y series processors are on the way. The company also announced the date we expect new processors.

Intel launched the 10th generation Core ‘Ice Lake’ processor line about 6 months ago. Thus, Intel’s 15-watt Ice Lake-U series processors with a very beautiful notebooks on the market and succeeded in satisfying users.

But to date, a laptop with Intel’s highest-performance Ice Lake processor has not been released. Of course, the CPU is nothing but the 28-watt Intel core i7-1068G7. In addition, the low-power Intel Ice Lake Y processors will now appear on computers, according to Intel.

AnandTech’s interview with Intel resulted in a number of confirmations about the two of the Ice Lake processors that are not yet on the market. According to these verifications, the 28-watt Intel Core i7-1068G7 will be in the hands of computer manufacturers from the first quarter of 2020.

However, the 9-12 watt Intel Ice Lake Y series processors will be available from the first quarter of 2020. However, the fact that no computer manufacturer has introduced their computer with these processors at the CES event may indicate that manufacturers do not feel very close to these processors.

The Intel Core i7-1068G7 will be the most powerful member of the Ice Lake series to date, even if the manufacturers are not close to these processors. The processor will have a single core performance of up to 2.3 GHz main frequency and up to 4.1 GHz. Each 8 threads and 4 cores will be activated, reaching up to 3.6 GHz.

As for the Y series processors; The new CPUs will consume more power than Intel’s Amber Lake Y processors. Amber Lake Y processors use between 5-7 watts. However, this brings the Y-series processors one step closer to closing the performance gap with the U-series processors.


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