Items tagged with jasper lake

We are all infatuated with top tier silicon products from Intel and AMD, like enthusiast desktop processors and potent server chips wielding a bunch of cores and copious computing muscle. But on the other end of the spectrum, there is the low power stuff for entry-level laptops, fanless systems, and things of that nature (compact designs, mostly). That is where Intel's upcoming Jasper Lake launch will come into play, and some details about the lineup have leaked out. It is expected that Jasper Lake will use Intel's Tremont CPU architecture, which the company announced last year. Tremont is a low power, 10-nanometer architecture designed for processors and system-on-chip (SoC) options across multiple... Read more...
After laying low for a few months, Intel's chips based on Intel's upcoming Jasper Lake platform have made another benchmark cameo, this time over at SiSoftware's SANDRA database. There is not a lot to garner from the entries, other than the fact that Intel seems to be on track to add yet another Lake to its growing lineup. Don't beat yourself up if you are having trouble following all of the different codenames. There are a lot of them, after all. Within the past year alone, Intel has introduced its mobile Ice Lake (10 nanometers) lineup and teased its upcoming Tiger Lake (10nm+) CPUs; it has launched Comet Lake on both the desktop (Comet Lake-S) and laptop (Comet Lake-H and Comet Lake-U); it... Read more...