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Intel puts names first Apollo Lake processors in a row
intel has released the names of the first six Apollo Lake processors. It involves two Pentiums and Celerons four. Previously, Intel had already announced that the chips for entry-level desktops and laptops should appear in the second half of this year.
The list of product change notification are three processors in the N-series of entry-level laptops and -convertibles while three chips in the J-line for affordable mini-PCs and other budget desktop systems coming. The processors are the Braswell generation and are like those socs produced at 14nm, but also possess a modified architecture: get the chips Gold Mont cores. In practice, given the socs up to four cores per two cores has 1MB L2 cache available. Manufacturers can combine the Apollo Lake processors LPDDR3 and lpddr4.
Intel announced Apollo Lake in mid-April, and then told although the chips in the second half of the year are available. The platform according to Intel offers better performance than Braswell at lower consumption. The TDP is 10W to 6W. During Computex 2016, Intel showed some features of the platform, with the claim that the performance of the Gold Mount CPUs 30 percent higher than at Braswell. That at least is the interpretation of members of the Forum of AnandTech.
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