Mac Developer: Intel details 8th-generation Core i7, i5 processors suitable for MacBook, dual-core MacBook Pro refresh
Intel details 8th-generation Core i7, i5 processors suitable for MacBook, dual-core MacBook Pro refresh: "Previously teased in May, the four processors launched by Intel on Monday are all meant for use in notebooks and all-in-one desktop systems, due to being designed with a thermal design power (TDP) of 15 Watts, meaning the processors run at low temperatures. Intel claims the new Core i5 and Core i7 chips can lead to notebook and tablet designs with up to 10 hours of battery life, as well as the performance boost, which is said to provide double the processing power of processors released five years ago. "
Personally, I think Intel is doing a great job of not screwing up a good thing that you've got going.
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