Intel 10nm Atom debut: no hyper-threaded, Xe 11-generation nuclear display

The Intel 10nm process, while temporarily unable to get on the high-performance desktop, is very popular in the low-power field. In addition to the Ice Lake family, which is a thin book, Intel is also preparing the Japser Lake family, which has been officially announced for release this year. Jasper Lake will replace the existing Gemini Lake series, still based on atom atom (nicknamed A Tongmu) low-power design, generally assigned to Pentium, Celeron sequence, but also the desktop, mobile through eating, desktop is Pentium J, Celeron J series, mobile end is Pentium N, Celeron N series.

Intel 10nm Atom debut: no hyper-threaded, Xe 11-generation nuclear display

Now, for the first time, we see Jasper Lake in the 3DMark database, because it is an engineering sample, so there is no specific model, 4 core 4 threads, still do not support hyperthreading, while the main frequency is only 1.1GHz, memory support LPDDR4, LPDDR4X.

It is now largely certain that Jasper Lake will introduce a new Tremont CPU architecture, with a more than 30% improvement in same-frequency performance compared to now, and the addition of three-stage caching, improved integer and vector unit execution efficiency, while integrating the Xe architecture’s 11th generation core graphics card, with a significant improvement in performance.

According to the plan, Intel followed up with new low-power CPU architectures such as Gracemont and Nextmont.

Intel 10nm Atom debut: no hyper-threaded, Xe 11-generation nuclear display

Intel 10nm Atom debut: no hyper-threaded, Xe 11-generation nuclear display