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Intel retiring their Core family of processors in 2019.

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According to TweakTown's Anthony Garreffa, Intel will be retiring their Core Family in 2019 with the release Tiger Lake which will be succeeded with a more efficient, faster approach to the x86 architecture 

 

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I wonder what they would call it if they actually did this... it'd be nice if they went back to the E/Q/X naming scheme :D I wouldn't mind a Q8800k or something :D (OEM Q8888?)


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Read this, OP

 

 

 

 

ALSO

 

Don't believe what Tweaktown says. They literally quoted themselves as the source, along with another website that isn't even mentioning anything about Intel dropping the Core series branding.

 

The headline is a lie.

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I don't buy it, although the timing makes sense. IIRC, this is when Intel is abandoning silicon, right?


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well it was pretty likely that they would once they move away from silicon, also Tiger Lake, best name


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3 minutes ago, wrathoftheturkey said:

I don't buy it, although the timing makes sense. IIRC, this is when Intel is abandoning silicon, right?

Yup. Tiger Lake is the last scheduled 10nm.


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According to what I've read today on this subject it's not Intel abandoning Core but rather they are researching a successor to Core, just like how Core succeeded Pentium 4.

 

Personally if it gets us an IPC improvement then I'll be happy.


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This seams Legit but we should all take this with a grain of salt. I have only seen this topic on WCCFtech and Tweaktown which are well known for being rumor mills. 

 

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1 hour ago, patrickjp93 said:

Yup. Tiger Lake is the last scheduled 10nm.

And what the hell are they replacing silicon with, its not carbon nanotubes isn't it, though i wish it was


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3 minutes ago, AlexGoesHigh said:

And what the hell are they replacing silicon with, its not carbon nanotubes isn't it, though i wish it was

The primary contenders are the members of the III-V semiconductor family. CNT I believe is still a pipe dream until 2025.

 

Silicon-Germanium (GloFo has chosen this one since IBM already had R&D done)

Gallium Arsenide (has a vastly higher upper limit on switching speeds and doesn't suffer from Silicon's electrical instability)

Molybdenum Disulphide (the only other member which the industry together thinks can be ready for CMOS processes by 2020).


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3 minutes ago, AlexGoesHigh said:

And what the hell are they replacing silicon with, its not carbon nanotubes isn't it, though i wish it was

If molybdenum disulfide TFETs are not being used, looks like it should be Silicon-Germanium.

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1 minute ago, gabrielcarvfer said:

If molybdenum disulfide TFETs are not being used, looks like it should be Silicon-Germanium.

Gallium Arsenide is the 3rd major contender. I'm least familiar with Molybdenum Disulphide, but GaAs at least has two major advantages over SiGe in having vastly higher switching speeds and being vastly more stable electrically than Silicon or Germanium.


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Does it really matter?  The latest "core" i7's are dramatically different chips than the first "core" chips 10+ years ago.  If Intel changes their branding, I'm sure they'll come up with something else that accentuates their brand, and markets it appropriately.

 

Its just a name people. 

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3 minutes ago, patrickjp93 said:

Gallium Arsenide is the 3rd major contender. I'm least familiar with Molybdenum Disulphide, but GaAs at least has two major advantages over SiGe in having vastly higher switching speeds and being vastly more stable electrically than Silicon or Germanium.

Don't know much about GaAs and GaN, only that Intel is testing with all of them. I hope for MoS2 because of their research of TFETs, that are much more efficient than MOSFETs.

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1 minute ago, gabrielcarvfer said:

Don't know much about GaAs and GaN, only that Intel is testing with all of them. I hope for MoS2 because of their research of TFETs, that are much more efficient than MOSFETs.

They're also an order of magnitude tougher to make.


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4 minutes ago, gabrielcarvfer said:

All of them are much more difficult to make ._.

Nah, MOSFET on Gallium Arsenide are already twice as efficient as the same on Silicon at the same lithography.

 

4 minutes ago, FPSwithaWacomTablet said:

I'll stick to my relays, thank you very much xD

Different sort of comparison. At the nanoscopic level the research and yield tuning is vastly more expensive than it was in the days of small tubes vs. microscopic transistors.


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5 hours ago, patrickjp93 said:

Nah, MOSFET on Gallium Arsenide are already twice as efficient as the same on Silicon at the same lithography.

 

Different sort of comparison. At the nanoscopic level the research and yield tuning is vastly more expensive than it was in the days of small tubes vs. microscopic transistors.

Naw man, I mean like electromechanical relays... Like the ones used in telephone routers xD

 

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They are not retiring the Core name, but making a new cpu that is the successor to the Core.  Core was originated on mobile back in 2006, with the Core Duo code name Yonah. Every CPU after and up to today is based on it.


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Can we please require a giant RUMOR tag put on the front of the title? TweakTown has no source but themselves, and it's a pretty sketchy rumor considering the claim is breaking backwards compatibility with x86, something most rational people should seriously doubt.


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47 minutes ago, patrickjp93 said:

Can we please require a giant RUMOR tag put on the front of the title? TweakTown has no source but themselves, and it's a pretty sketchy rumor considering the claim is breaking backwards compatibility with x86, something most rational people should seriously doubt.

I mean if by "breaking backwards compatibility" they mean using x86 emulation then I could see it happening  (since MS has recently managed it with ARM). 

 

It has to happen eventually, but yea no sharp cutoff would ever be tolerated.


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