Intel’s 7th Generation Desktop CPU Line Leaked Before CES 2017

Posted: Dec 16 2016, 10:22am CST | by , Updated: Dec 16 2016, 10:11pm CST, in News | CES

 

Intel’s 7th Generation Desktop CPU Lined Leaked Before CES 2017
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Here are all the details of new CPU line up that will be launched at CES 2017.

It was assumed for the past many months that a new series of CPUs will be launched by Intel in year 2017. It was being said that the company will reveal the seventh generation Kaby Lake S Desktop processors before the CES 2017 convention.

The CES 2017 will be held from 4th January 2017. It is said that Intel will announce its processors properly in an official announcement in a press conference which will take place at 4pm PST.  It will be a 45 minutes long conference so we are assuming that we will actually see a long array of products from company.

The recent leaks have confirmed the date or launch of these new processors on their respective time and date too. These seventh generation desktop processors that will be announced on 5th January will be accompanied by 200 Series chip sets that will be used as the motherboards of these processors too.

The list that was leaked earlier on listing all the models is rather long. There will be 16 CPUs that that will be launched in total. These include E3-1205 v6, three core i7 chips, seven Core i5 models of CPUs, two core i3 units and three Pentium processors.

These upcoming CPUs will be the ones that will have the support of Optane storage technology that has the ability to rely on 3D XPoint memory, according to DigitalTrends.

Intel claims that it will be 1000 times faster than the currently used NAND technology of processors. The processors will be able to provide enhanced graphics too. The CPUs might take a few weeks to go on sale but CES is a great platform to endorse them.

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