Intel plans to unveil the next generation of Intel Core processors on August 21

The seventh generation of Intel Core processors is good enough, but Intel does not like to rely on its glories in the face of increased competition such as AMD. The company wants to talk to everyone about the next generation of Intel Core processors, and for that reason, Intel announced that it will unveil the next generation of Intel Core processors on Aug. 21.

Intel will broadcast the official announcement of the eighth generation of Intel Core processors directly on Facebook so that the world can stay in touch. Intel has not disclosed any technical information about its new leading processors so far, but that will happen at the company’s event in more than a week.

At the August 21 event, the Intel Core 8-based personal computers will be previewed and will also show us the ability to handle virtual reality content, Intel says. Intel has confirmed to us earlier that the eighth generation of Intel Core processors will not get a whole new design. These processors, also known as “Coffee Lake”, will be manufactured using the current 14 nm process and will have many similarities with their predecessors.

Customers will receive more cores at similar energy levels. The Core i5 and Core i7 processors will move to six nuclei on computers, while the Core i3, Pentium and other low-level laptops will move to four nuclei.

This will allow the company to push these processors to provide more performance in multitasking scenarios. We expect Intel to disclose more details, including prices and release dates, along with full technical details on August 21.

 

 

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