Of course, the road map itself, such as the existence of internal multiple versions and the possibility of multiple adjustments, is, after all, is not a "win to eat alone" for the present Intel, and have to refer to the "face" of the next AMD.
Back to the product, exceptprocessor，The Z390 motherboard will also go on the market in the same period. Although Z370 is likely to be compatible with the new CPU, Intel has brought native USB 3.1 Gen2 interface and Gigabit Wi-Fi support for Z390 this time, which is quite practical.
in additionIn October, there seems to be a new Core X fever platform (Basin Falls Refresh) debut, the highest of 18 nuclear 165W.
It may be noticed by the reader that yesterday XFastest said that Basin Falls Refresh had to touch 22 cores, so there were two possibilities, one of which was the first product of the first wave in October, up to only 18, and the second might be that the message of XF was wrong and that this generation would not break through the 18 nuclear fence.
Frankly, considering AMD's 32 - core second - generation threaded tearing processor this month, I guess that Intel will not wait until next year to renew the competition, which is too passive.