With the advent of ” Battle Ground, ” many people are thinking about buying or upgrading PCs. However, the reality is that not many people have actually changed or upgraded their PCs, only to be concerned about the high price of them.
As the price of virtual currencies soared, graphics cards that had all been drawn into the mining market became gold, and Intel’s eighth-generation core processor, driven by competition for core numbers, was naturally hampered by the higher price of the main board.
Fortunately, as the price of virtual currencies has dropped dramatically in recent years, the price of graphics cards, which used to boast of gold, has begun to decline as the mining market is facing a crisis.
We still have a long way to go, but that is a matter of time before Intel made the decision, and one more piece of good news was added yesterday.
Instead of the 370 .0 chipset main board, it is now officially marketed by the main board, which is capable of completing the eighth-generation core PC at a lower price.
From now on, I would like to introduce in detail about this product, which is the completion of the 300-series chipset.
As anyone knows, the 370 .00 chipset was originally not intended to come in 300 series.
It is normal that it should not have been.
However, as AMD begins to compete for the number of cores with its Lizen processor, Intel will also be forced to respond with a hexacone containing six CPU cores, making it a pressing drive for the .20 Series.
It is Intel’s position that it could not be helped to support hexacore, but it has been shown by several board partners and a modified BIOS developer to work with .27 Series chipset boards.
Although Intel may have released a new chipset for the generations to come, the eighth generation core processor is the only choice made by some high-end users, but it finally revealed the proper 300-series chipset.
Yesterday, the 300-series chipset makers are the ones that are in its lower lineup than the 370 .0, which was released earlier.
There are four types of products, the H .0, ,60, and H3100`s, but the most common model is also PCI Express 3.0 Lane, or USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports.
So, with the exception of . 3700, man60, and H30`s only made up of the main boards, they are supplied to the general consumer market for the purpose of assembling eighth-generation core PCs.
While there are insufficient PCI Express Lane and the number of .M-enabled PCIe storage that do not support overclock, they all have USB 3.1 Gen 2 and 802.11 ac WiFi capabilities built into them.
The reason is that the 370 .0 is not the 300-series chipset that it was originally planned for.
It is not just smart phones or tablets that use wireless networks. From smart enabled TVs to AV receivers, to speakers and various IOT devices, most devices are designed to use wireless.
Except for one, the desktop PC.
Even desktop PCs are not unfamiliar with wireless networks. Already, a combo feature has been provided that integrates WiFi and BT (Bluetooth) based on the advanced main board. On the main PC board, however, the wireless network was merely a means to raise the body value, but it was not meant to proactively respond to changes in the network environment.
In this situation, Intel has incorporated WiFi features into processors to increase their impact on the market as they accelerated the shift toward wireless network environments.
Of all the logic to realize WiFi network, all but the RF module, which is required for actual data transmission and transmission, are integrated into the SOC.
If this works, PC makers that have used broadband and other controllers are forced to use their products, making Intel more influential in the market. It is almost a monopoly system, but the integrated WiFi features have not yet been expanded, beginning with the 300 Series Chipsets released this time.
With the exception of 37037, all 300 Series Chipsets are equipped with a CN . solution that enables WiFi wireless network to be implemented by attaching only RF modules.
The Bluetooth and 802.11 accesswork wireless networks can be implemented only by installing the Intel-Provide Radio-AC9560, 9462, and 9561 RF Module. It is also the fastest among 802.11 actions, and the latest version is Wave 2.
As a result, WiFi wireless network, which is implemented as a CN . solution, is capable of increasing the speed of 5GHz to 1.73Gbps, which was the limit of 866 Mbps, using a fixed channel bandwidth of 160 MHz.
The actual speed varies depending on the antenna configuration, but 1.73Gbps can be achieved using the Intel AC-95600Mbps RF module, which consists of a .R configuration.
Of course, if you want to use. 802.11 accus. Wave 2, you’ll also need to support wireless routers with 802.11 acrobaction 2. Otherwise, 802.11 acrover 2 has no meaning.
USB 3.1 Gen 2, capable of implementing 10 Gbps, is not the same as USB 3.1, as is often said. The USB 3.1 mentioned is not the Gen 1, which is a 5 Gbps version, which is equivalent to USB 3.0. So it has been hoped to be fully distinguished from USB 3.1 Gen 2, which is twice as fast, and the main board manufacturer has stressed such differences and added more costs to its products.
Intel’s USB has been forced to accept the demand for the 10 Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 2 since it has a 5 Gbps capacity, but it no longer has to incur additional costs.
As mentioned earlier, the 300-series chipset has a built-in 10 Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 2 feature. Even though it excludes low-value models such as 31010, both 370 modu0 and 36060 are capable of configuring four ports of 10 .B USB 3.1 Gen 2.
The actual number of USB ports allowed will be calculated by combining Gen 1 and Gen 2, so the number of tolerance for 10Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 2 will inevitably vary depending on the mainboard manufacturer’s policy. Some may be all four or some may only be two.
At any rate, since the 10 Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 2 is available at the PCH level, it is likely to be able to reduce the cost burden on it, and to rely on external controllers rather than on the way they are built in.
As 300-series chipset that has implemented USB 3.1 Gen 2 for 802.11 achiev-integrated WiFi feature, there is no reason to insist on the 370 . chipsset0 chipset. Since it is cheaper and has implemented better features, no one can choose the 370 .00 chipset.
I agree with some of the opinions, but I don’t think it is time to talk about the danmyeong .0’s short-lived existence.
The .70 chipset still has the overclock, which is only available in the Z series. The value of Z Series alone can not be denied, as it can bring better performance not only with K skew, but also with base clock control, which has loose drainage limits.
Rather, the .20, the only chipset before they are able to continue to realize its value, is that it is an overclock that is bound to override the 802.11 access-integrated WiFi or USB 3.1 Gen 2.
For your information, the husok .0 successor is known to be released later this year and is more likely to come with Octacore. The recently leaked data confirmed the name of the .90 chipset.
Intel, which introduced eighth-generation core processors last fall, did not release the full lineup. As the previous generation had to exhaust its current capacity and should endure as one for the time being, it maintained the eighth-generation core line-up based on high-end models such as the K-views, but added a desktop processor to be introduced yesterday as eighth-generation core.
Intel has decided to add six TDP 35W low-power models and three standard models. Of these, the three general models that will be introduced into the general desktop PC market will play a role as waistlines for each line up previously entered.
The top three model types, Core .- model00, are sub-model of the hexahedr-core CPU released last year, core I8600K. Its number is the same, and its maximum speed is the same at 4.3 GHz.
Since it is priced at 44 dollars, it is much more expensive than the K-Spubo model except for the Oberclock.
Core .-5000, which is higher in performance than core I-0440, was also introduced, which had the lowest price advantage. The model is capable of operating up to 4.1 GHz with a turboff of 3GHz and turboff, so 2.8 GHz delivers higher performance than the base clock, .-048040.
However, the difference in price between the two products is only $ 10, so it is expected that the company will share the demand created by the core .-0440 but will not generate significant synergy effects.
Lastly, the only model to be introduced on the core I- .00 is the core I eun0, which is slower than the 8350 K released on the K skew, but it is also 100 MB faster than the bottom 2 models (8100). It is 21 dollars higher than the 8100 and 30 dollars cheaper than the 8350 K, making it an ambiguous product considering the cost of housing.