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Friday, 10 February 2017

Intel promises Cannonlake to be 15% faster than current i7



Intel promises more than 15% improvement in its new Intel Cannonlake processors .

The battle for the crown of the leaders in processing power has begun. Although for now only are suppositions and leaks we see how everything is taking shape.

During its annual investor day, Intel sheds some light on its architecture, Cannonlake. The company promises an improvement of more than 15 percent performance compared to Kabylake . Although exact numbers were not shared, they were said to be based on the SysMark benchmark .

These percentages have to be taken calmly. It would not be the first time we expect substantial improvements and we end up facing a wall of reality.



INTEL CANNONLAKE WILL IMPROVE ITS POWER BY 15% COMPARED TO KABYLAKE

One of the best news is that Intel Cannonlake is expected to start shipping in the second half of 2017 . Surely with time passing time will be added CPU's even faster.

As we can see in the image that Intel has provided the improvement will be greater than that which existed in the change from the sixth to the seventh generation.

AMD has launched a very aggressive campaign. From the first demonstrations it was already compared to the current i7, showing better performance .


As we showed you yesterday , the departure of AMD RYZEN is imminent. According to the first rumors the prices of these will be extremely competitive. This leaves in bad place to Intel, who until now could put practically the price that he wanted to his processors, since these had no rival.

For now it is soon to speak but everything points to 2017 will be a great year to look for new processor . New, powerful processors are being released and they will compete fiercely in price.

With dates, prices and real numbers announced, we will inform you. If you do not want to lose nothing, keep up with our blog "Planet Network" .

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