Intel on Tuesday introduced its long-awaited 6th Generation Core family, which will include 48 processors. The launch coincides with the migration to Windows 10, which became generally available at the end of July. With Moore’s Law in question, Intel finally made a breakthrough in transitioning from 22nm dies down to 14nm. It took the company about four years to do it. The new 6th Generation Core processors are the best it has ever made, Intel said.
They are lighter, more compact, more powerful and more energy-efficient.
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