Intel unveils details on Goldmont microarchitecture that will power Apollo Lake

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Intel unveils details on Goldmont microarchitecture that will power Apollo Lake

Intel spills more details on microarchitecture for low-power Intel Atoms

Intel has unveiled more information about its Goldmont microarchitecture that it is using in 14-nanometre Atom, Pentium and Celeron microprocessors. It comes after the company updated its x86-64 programming...

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