Intel gave us finally some more details on the new Coffe-Lake CPU’s, at least we got the price now, the specs were already leaked several weeks ago. Coffee Lake CPUs range from $51 through to $220.
Intel has announced that it has released production microcode updates to OEM manufacturers for Kaby Lake, Coffee Lake, and Skylake platforms. And they have finally given us a schedule and availability table for the microcode revisions that can be found here. This update is already a bit late which means Intel is behind their own schedule but better late than nothing right?
PCGamer reports that Intel has shared a few diagrams at ISSCC (IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference) in San Francisco which were then shared online by Japanese site PCWatch and then it founds it’s way into the internet. The leaked diagrams show a discrete graphics chip based on Intel’s 9th generation graphics architecture, built on a 14 nm process and has around 1.5 billion transistors. The clock speed is 400MHz at 1.2v.
Maybe you want to install the drivers like I do, manually via Inf (Driver files) only and then you might need to identify which files are for your graphics card. If you haven’t any Device description, manual or already installed driver you might want to identify which card is yours and you then see often only ‘cryptic’ names or codenames. The following list is to ‘decrypt’ those names and to reveal which code represents which hardware.
If you curious how the latest 10nm technology works, then you definitely read this article which got published by WikiChip which in-depth shows an overview of Intel’s 10nm process, which includes the latest insight from IEDM and ISSCC. The major changes include a 2.7x density increase from 14nm, 3rd-generation FinFET transistors and the adoption of cobalt interconnects which allows for a reduction in line resistance.
So, my friends, we are here because we want to know how we can easily extract the Intel chipset drivers. Why is that useful? In case you only want to install the .inf file or in case you want to extract the latest driver to integrate it into your NTLite creates Windows ISO.
Intel updated yesterday his microcode list to address an issue to resolve the known reboot problem.
After all the leaks and negative press, Intel seems to not give any shit – today Intel has announced a new processor the Xeon D-2100. The D-2100 is a low power SoC with a range of 4 to 18 cores, integrated PCH, up to 4 10Gb Ethernet ports, and a TDP of 60-110 watts. The new processor features a significant performance increase over the old D-1500 (Broadwell-DE).
A Material Declaration Data Sheet revealed the upcoming processors Intel CPUs Core i5-8600, i5-8500 & i3-8300, rumours were already there since the last two weeks.