Intel is the biggest processor developer in the world if we leave the mobile platforms at one end. Have you ever wondered why such a gigantic company did not produce a new series of processors for 15 years?
Let’s start by stating for the first time: Intel Core, every new sera went on the market with serious innovations and changes. You can also define this as ‘generation change’. Small changes in performance or economy focus have always added new models to the processors in the Core series.
The first and foremost reason for Intel’s long-running new generation processors not to market is connectivity standards. If you look at the PC collection wizards, you immediately know what we mean. The processor you choose at the beginning of the wizard cancels the selection of dozens of motherboards in the second phase. RAMs follow this situation as well.
Although these standards are not new, it’s also true that everything was easier in the past. Choosing between Intel Pentium / Celeron or AMD Athlon / Sempron was the only deciding factor for your choice of motherboard and RAM. Nowadays, we see that the series on the AMD ceiling, FM2, FM2 +, AM1, AM2, AM3, AM4, have much more options on the Intel front. This means the end user’s ‘confusion’.
At first glance, you may think that your diversity will drive the market and open up the fronts of many different brands. But not so much. Large firms want their customers to quickly identify their segments and choose their products without too much effort. Intel has not been able to hold on to the mobile market because it has made its generation changes more often in the past. So he does not intend to make the same mistake again.
While we are telling all of this, we see Intel not hurting the i9 processor. It is explained that it will be until the end of the year when we are in the middle of the past year. Since that day, there is no formal history, nor is there tangible information. We will not be surprised if revisions or cancellations of these 14nm processors are said to be overturned into 5nm technology in 2-3 years.