10nm Intel processor, the size is actually bigger than 14nm? This week, two Japanese blasters both pointed out that Intel was planning the LGA1700 interface after the LGA1200 interface of the 10th generation Core desktop processor. Judging from the number of pins, it is not difficult to judge that this is a small processor, the source gave a reference value of 45×37.5mm, that is, both rectangular, but also larger than the 9th generation Core desktop processor (37.5×37.5mm).
The LGA1700 interface is expected to debut on the Alder Lake-S, which may be second to Tiger Lake or the same generation as Tiger Lake, which means That Tiger Lake is a mobile processor code and Alder Lake is the desktop side.
Tiger Lake’s CPU is planned to be based on the Willow Cove architecture, and the GPU is Gen 12 (Xe), so there are two possibilities as Aler Lake-S, either the Willow Cove CPU or, later, the Golden Cove CPU.
Of course, given that the LGA1200 has not yet been officially unveiled, perhaps we are now talking about a little too early, or let the bullet fly for a while.