TSMC To Produce Intel Core i3 CPUs on 5nm Process Node in 2H 2021, 3nm Mainstream & High-End CPUs Enter Mass Production in 2H 2022  WccftechView Full coverage on Google News
TSMC will be mass-producing Intel's next-generation entry-level, mid-range and high-end CPUs on its 5nm and 3nm process nodesTSMC will be mass-producing Intel's next-generation entry-level, mid-range and high-end CPUs on its 5nm and 3nm process nodes

TSMC To Produce Next-Gen Entry, Mid & High-End Intel Core CPUs on 5nm & 3nm Process Nodes Starting 2H 2021

Virtual or not, CES has plenty of chip news from the big name companies, many with renewed or new focus on the world of laptops.Virtual or not, CES has plenty of chip news from the big name companies, many with renewed or new focus on the world of laptops.

CES 2021's Chip Announcements: Mobile Takes Center Stage

CES 2021 is always a big indicator of future trends, and the biggest CES 2021 laptop trend so far: lots of competition from AMD.CES 2021 is always a big indicator of future trends, and the biggest CES 2021 laptop trend so far: lots of competition from AMD.

CES 2021 Has Been A Big Year For AMD Gaming Laptops

Rocket Lake processors were the highlight of Intel’s revelations, but their successors were also touched upon.Chip giant also confirmed that 12th-gen processors will be launching later in 2021

Intel teases Alder Lake CPUs at CES 2021, calling them a ‘significant breakthrough’ | TechRadar

Intel had a lot of processor announcements today, everything from laptops and Chromebooks to desktops and its vPro platform. There was something forIntel had a lot of processor announcements today, everything from laptops and Chromebooks to desktops and its vPro platform. There was something for nearly every industry segment — it was a lot. But the news that’s probably at the front of everyone’s mind is Intel’s 11th-gen desktop processors, aka Rocket...

Intel's 11th-Gen Desktop Processors Have a Neat GPU Trick Up Their Sleeves

The bullish Intel CES press conference has finally made official what has been leaking around the intermawebs for months. The 14nm backport of its 10nm CPU architecture will finally hit our desktops in the first quarter of this year and maybe, just maybe, using the mature 14nm process means we might actually be able to buy them. Sporting the new Cypress Cove design, the 14nm Rocket Lake chips use the same essential chip design found in the 10nm Ice Lake mobile processors of its 10th Gen range. We don't know exactly when the new chips are coming, but by the end of March marks the end of the quarter. So by then at the latest.There was only one real 'launch' at Intel's press conference—the 35W Tiger Lake-H processors aiming to encourage a whole new world of Ultraportable gaming laptops—but Intel also previewed a suite of new mobile and desktop chips. The full-fat Tiger Lake-H mobile CPUs will power the gaming laptop refreshes of the spring/summer, and will likely arrive around May–June of this year, and Alder Lake will finally bring 10nm chips to the desktop in the second half of this year using an updated version of the SuperFin production process.For us PC gamers, however, it's the preview of the soon-to-be-released Intel Rocket Lake chips that will surely spark the most interest. They're strange silicon beasts, and seemingly more of a reaction to both its own manufacturing failings and a very powerful new rival in AMD's Zen 3 powered CPUs. Firstly, there's the matter of the Cypress Cove backport. It's become a necessary evil given the struggles Intel has had getting solid yield out of its 10nm manufacturing, especially at high core counts, and so means we have yet another 14nm desktop CPU from the blue team. That is a matter of consternation in many sectors, not least the company's investors, but for us PC gamers it's likely to mean Intel can once more lay claim to the fastest gaming processors around. And in the end, isn't that all that matters?The up to 19 percent IPC increase is in line with what the Ice Lake chips offered over their 9th Gen brethren, and means that despite the fact the top chip, the Core i9 11900K, will be restricted to only eight cores, it will be demonstrably quicker in games than the Intel i9 10900K. Indeed, we were treated to a demo of Hitman 3 running side-by-side on Rocket Lake and Comet Lake systems and the frame rate numbers were very much in favour of the newer chip.That core count shift does feel like a bit of an issue, however, and it's going to be tough for Intel to suggest shifting from ten cores with Comet Lake back to eight cores with Rocket Lake is anything other than a backwards step, no matter how much it wants to talk about a focus on maximum real-world performance. But it does make sense. In a pre-briefing with Intel's Brandt Guttridge ahead of the CES announcement, he admitted the step down was purely about the number of 14nm cores it could squeeze into the die given the advanced core architecture.Can Intel's mature 14nm manufacturing give it the edge in a world where availability is so tight?

Intel just announced Rocket Lake blasting off early 2021 with 19 percent IPC boost | PC Gamer

Leading chipmakers AMD, Intel, Nvidia, and Qualcomm unveiled new microprocessor CPU and GPU products at CES 2021. Leading chipmakers AMD, Intel, Nvidia, and Qualcomm unveiled new products at the virtual CES 2021 tech trade show.

Razer made a concept mask with RGB lights. AMD announced a new series of CPUs, the 7nm Ryzen 5000 series. Nvidia announced new graphics for laptops, which means we are getting new gaming laptops from Asus, Razer, Acer, Lenovo, Gigabyte, Dell, and Origin.AMD vs Intel: it’s on, again

CES 2021 Day 2: here come the gaming laptops - The Verge

TAIPEI -- U.S. chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices on Tuesday unveiled a wide range of processors for notebooks, gaming consoles and data center servers,Move follows bigger rival's new CPUs and steps to overcome production delays

AMD unwraps new server chips in latest grab for Intel business - Nikkei Asia

Intel's outsourcing plans may be starting to take shape.TrendForce expects Intel to use TSMC's 5nm and 3nm in the coming year.

Intel May Start Outsourcing Some CPU Production to TSMC in 2H 2021 | Tom's Hardware

Intel expands its portfolio with 11th-Gen H-series and vPro chips for gaming and business laptops while also teasing 12th-Gen Alder Lake chips for H2 2021.Intel expands its portfolio with 11th-Gen H-series and vPro chips for gaming and business laptops while also teasing 12th-Gen Alder Lake chips for H2 2021.

Intel Unveils New 11th-Gen H-Series; Teases 12th-Gen Alder Lake Chips at CES 2021 | Beebom

Which hot chipmaker is the better buy for 2021?Which hot chipmaker is the better buy for 2021?

Better Buy: Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) vs. Taiwan Semiconductor (TSMC) | The Motley Fool

Intel yesterdays 'somewhat' introduced Rocket Lake-S 14nm fabricated desktop processors. The processors are due for release somewhere in March. Alongside the presentation, a die shot was shared by I...Intel yesterdays 'somewhat' introduced Rocket Lake-S 14nm fabricated desktop processors. The processors are due for release somewhere in March. Alongside the presentation, a die shot was shared by I...

Breakdown Diagram of Intel Rocket-Lake S Die

Intel (INTC) rolls out four classes of processors with high performance capabilities to improve efficiency of PCs and laptops across business, education, mobile and gaming spectrums.Intel (INTC) rolls out four classes of processors with high performance capabilities to improve efficiency of PCs and laptops across business, education, mobile and gaming spectrums.

Intel (INTC) Introduces Four New Processors: Main Takeaways

Intel has previously shown respect for TSMC's engineering prowess, which AMD is using to great advantage. Intel has previously shown respect for TSMC's engineering prowess, which AMD is using to great advantage.

Intel 5nm And 3nm CPU Launches Reportedly Pushed Far Forward With TSMC's Help | HotHardware

Intel made an appearance at CES this year and brought a preview of its next substantial chip release, the 12th-generation Alder Lake. The company didn’t go into many details on the upcoming chips, but it did give us a taste of what to expect. Like its predecessor, the 12th-generation Alderr Lake chips will utilize something […]

Intel unveils new 12th-generation Alder Lake chips as it plays catch up to Apple’s M1 - 9to5Mac

Everything Intel announced at CES 2021, from Alder Lake hybrid CPUs to 11th gen H-Series chips.Everything Intel announced at CES 2021, from Alder Lake hybrid CPUs to 11th gen H-Series chips.

Watch Intel's CES 2021 press conference in 10 minutes | Engadget

Alder Lake-S chips will mirror ARM's big.LITTLE architecture, similar to Apple's M1 chipAlder Lake-S chips will mirror ARM's big.LITTLE architecture, similar to Apple's M1 chip

Nevermind 11th gen, Intel is releasing its 12th gen CPUs this year too | PCGamesN

The hardware maker plans to release more than 500 new designs for laptops and desktops in 2021.The hardware maker plans to release more than 500 new designs for laptops and desktops in 2021.

At CES 2021, Intel announces 50 new processors for business users, gamers, and students - TechRepublic

The Core i9-11900K has been revealed, plus 11th-generation, H-series mobile CPUs.The Core i9-11900K has been revealed, plus 11th-generation, H-series mobile CPUs.

Intel at CES: Alder Lake looks a lot like M1, plus new chips for gaming laptops | Ars Technica

The Core i9-11900K has been revealed, plus 11th-generation, H-series mobile CPUs.The Core i9-11900K has been revealed, plus 11th-generation, H-series mobile CPUs.

Intel at CES: Alder Lake looks a lot like M1, plus new chips for gaming laptops | Ars Technica

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TCL TVs are getting massive in 2021, but they're also going to play well with next-gen PlayStation and Xbox consoles.TCL TVs are getting massive in 2021, but they're also going to play well with next-gen PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

CES day one gaming roundup: Extra-large TCL TVs, Intel CPUs, and more | VentureBeat

Lilbits: More new Intel chips, PC shipments are up, and Qualcomm's new in-screen fingerprint reader is biggerLilbits: More new Intel chips, PC shipments are up, and Qualcomm's new in-screen fingerprint reader is bigger

Lilbits: More new Intel chips, PC shipments are up, and Qualcomm's new in-screen fingerprint reader is bigger - Liliputing

It’s been a few months since Intel teased its new Rocket Lake S desktop CPUs and now the company has unveiled more details about the same. The company also claims that the new chipset is up to 19 percent faster than the predecessor. The Intel Core i9-11900K, the flagship chipset, is set to be available …

Intel Rocket Lake-S chipsets to be available in Q1 2021 - Gizmochina

Intel's new Rocket Lake-S Core i9-11900K CPU will be available by the end of March.Intel's new Rocket Lake-S Core i9-11900K CPU will be available by the end of March.

Intel's flagship Rocket Lake-S processors pack a big performance boost | ZDNet

Apple may have stunned the industry with its ARM-based MacBooks and their high-performing hybrid M1 chips in November last year, but Intel is looking to be the future foundation of not just mobile processors, but desktops, too. And it's already set to debut in the second half of 2021

Intel teases 12th Gen Alder Lake chips — Apple's M1 could get some competition | Laptop Mag

Intel revealed at CES 2021 it has begun production shipments of its third-generation Xeon Scalable CPUs, code-named Ice Lake.Intel revealed at CES 2021 it has begun production shipments of its third-generation Xeon Scalable CPUs, code-named Ice Lake.

Intel Starts Shipping Ice Lake Xeon CPUs, Promises More Cores

During CES 2021, Intel showed off its next-generation Alder Lake family of chips, which the company says offers a "significant breakthrough" for the x86 architecture.During CES 2021, Intel showed off its next-generation Alder Lake family of chips, which the company says offers a "significant breakthrough" for the x86 architecture.

Intel 'Alder Lake' chips take same approach as Apple's ARM designs | AppleInsider

Intel says its new Core i9-11900K will debut in Q1 2021, with 'new overclocking features and capabilities', and so much more.Intel says its new Core i9-11900K will debut in Q1 2021, with 'new overclocking features and capabilities', and so much more.

Intel details Core i9-11900K: 8C/16T @ up to 5.3GHz with PCIe 4.0 tech | TweakTown

Digital Foundry's coverage of Intel's CES 2021 announcements, including the next flagship CPUs for gaming on desktop and ultaportable laptops.Digital Foundry's coverage of Intel's CES 2021 announcements, including the next flagship CPUs for gaming on desktop and ultaportable laptops.

Intel at CES 2021: Core i9-11900K, Z590 motherboards and ultraportable gaming laptop CPUs • Eurogamer.net

The company's new 11th-generation H-series gaming processors allow for thinner, lighter laptops with better battery life and discrete graphics for your work-first gaming life.The company's new 11th-generation H-series gaming processors allow for thinner, lighter laptops with better battery life and discrete graphics for your work-first gaming life.

Intel invents 'ultraportable gaming' laptops for CES 2021 - CNET

Intel previewed the flagship processor from its upcoming Rocket Lake-S line of desktop processors. The 11th Gen Intel Core i9-11900K is still a 14nm processor but brings in technology from Intel's 10nm line.Intel previewed the flagship processor from its upcoming Rocket Lake-S line of desktop processors. The 11th Gen Intel Core i9-11900K is still a 14nm processor but brings in technology from Intel's 10nm line.

Intel previews its 11th Gen Core i9-11900K processor at CES 2021 | Windows Central

Alder Lake to challenge Apple's M1.

Intel announces 11th Gen mobile H-series processors, Alder Lake and more - GSMArena.com news

Intel has introduced its four new lines of processors designed for a variety of platforms and users, including for education, gaming, and business. The newIntel has introduced its four new lines of processors designed for a variety of platforms and users, including for education, gaming, and business. The new lineup includes the 11th-Gen Intel Core v…

Intel's latest processors will usher in fast ultraportable gaming laptops - SlashGear

Intel launched its 11th-gen "Tiger Lake" vPro Core chips for business PCs at CES, alongside new Evo designs for commercial laptops and notebooks.Intel launched its 11th-gen "Tiger Lake" vPro Core chips for business PCs at CES, alongside new Evo designs for commercial laptops and notebooks.

The Tiger Lake vPro line is Intel's next bid for business PCs | PCWorld

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At CES 2021, Intel highlighted how it is driving technology leadership to define the future of computing for people, business and society.At CES 2021, Intel highlighted how it is driving technology leadership to define the future of computing for people, business and society.

CORRECTING and REPLACING CES 2021: Intel Announces Four New Processor Families | Business Wire

At CES 2021, Intel announced four new processor families and highlighted that more than 500 new designs for laptops and desktops with Intel processors are coming to market in 2021. Read about the new processor families below. 11th Gen Intel Core vPro: The new 11th Gen Intel Core vPro processors unveiled today are based on […]

Intel announces four new processor families including its next-gen Alder Lake processors - MSPoweruser

At CES 2021, Intel announced four new processor families and highlighted that more than 500 new designs for laptops and desktops with Intel processors are coming to market in 2021. Read about the new processor families below. 11th Gen Intel Core vPro: The new 11th Gen Intel Core vPro processors unveiled today are based on […]

Intel announces four new processor families including its next-gen Alder Lake processors - MSPoweruser

A new report says that Apple A-series chipmaker TSMC is already making chips for Intel, following earlier speculation that this ...A new report says that Apple A-series chipmaker TSMC is already making chips for Intel, following earlier speculation that this ...

Chips for Intel already being made by TSMC – TrendForce - 9to5Mac

Intel Corporation kicked off the new year 2021 with the launch of four new families of chipsets (50 variants in total) at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2021. Major announcements from the American semiconductor company include 11th Gen Intel Core vPro and Intel Evo vPro. They are targeted for corporate employees for work, which requires robust hardware to performIntel Corporation kicked off the new year 2021 with the launch of four new families of chipsets (50 variants in total) at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2021. Major announcements from

CES 2021: Intel unveils new line of computer chipsets | Deccan Herald

Along with new gaming laptops, Intel has fleshed out its lineups for corporate managed PCs and education, with some news about next-gen desktops too.More power in thinner laptops for gaming on the go

Intel 11th Gen 'Tiger Lake' CPUs Launched for Gaming Laptops at CES 2021, Flagship Core i9-11900K Previewed | Technology News

Intel teases Core i9-11900K beating Ryzen, high-end Tiger Lake H35 laptop CPUs

Intel today showed off its next-generation Alder Lake chips designed for desktop and mobile processing (via The Verge). Intel says that the Alder...Intel today showed off its next-generation Alder Lake chips designed for desktop and mobile processing (via The Verge). Intel says that the Alder...

CES 2021: Intel Highlights Next-Generation 'Alder Lake' Chips - MacRumors

Intel's CES 2021 Press Event: The Future of Intel (A Live Blog, 1pm PT)

Core i9-11900K will beat Ryzen 9 5900X when it launches later in Q1 2021 During its CES 2021 news conference, all about Intel's new 11th gen Core...Core i9-11900K will beat Ryzen 9 5900X when it launches later in Q1 2021 During its CES 2021 news conference, all about Intel's new 11th gen Core H-series processors, also gave a preview of the up...

Intel claims its upcoming 8-core Core i9-11900K will beat AMD's 12-core

Intel has launched 11th Generation H-Series mobile processors which are tailor-made for ultra-portable gaming laptops.Intel has launched 11th Generation H-Series mobile processors which are tailor-made for ultra-portable gaming laptops.

Intel's new H-Series processors could fix a key flaw in gaming laptops