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Intel unveiled its Core X series processor which is the company’s first consumer desktop with 18 cores and 36 threads for heavy multitasking. The firm is unveiling its latest processor, the 8th generation Core Line of CPUs which offer upto 40% performance boosts over its 7th gen Kaby Lake processors.

The latest mobile processors are based on the updated Kaby Lake processor version built on 14nm+ process. These processors will be having four cores and eight threads with the top part having a base clock speed of 1.9 GHz and maximum speed of 4.2 GHz.

The company is also planning to release 45W H series mobile processors for performance laptops while 4.5W Y series chips will ship on mobile devices. The processors are expected to be built on the next gen Cannonlake architecture with the new 10nm process.

The company plans to unveil the first laptops with 8th gen chips in September and the company has already started to advertise its next gen Ice Lake processor built on the enhanced 10nm+ process.

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