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So what if Intel came out with some CPUs that used the "disabled iGPU" suffix (F) and the "low voltage mobile part" suffix (U) together?
Any ideas what those SKUs could be called?
(Maybe the i3-8121FU should have been called that? )
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@Mira Yurizaki and insert the Level 4 Cache (from desktop Broadwell) "C" before the "unlocked multiplier"
Which just got me thinking... We have the level 4 cache suffix, the low power mobile suffix, the low power desktop suffix (T).... Do they ever use "N"? (Besides on ULV Pentiums & Celerons in the actual model number not the suffix)?
Or, the former 65-watt desktop suffix, 45-watt mobile suffix, 35-watt desktop suffix, but what do they use "I" for? (And you can't have 3 TDPs for the same chip, or does tdp up/down count, or do those suffixes also mean other things?)