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Lately, there has been a lot of buzz around Core i5 and Core i7 series processors.
There’s a new Core i9-9900K and Core m7 series being released as well, and while none of these processors have been officially announced, there seems a good chance that they will be soon.
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For those of you who want to get up to speed quickly, Intel has a quick video to get you up to date on what’s new in the company’s latest Atom Z3550 chipset.
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The video starts with an introduction to Intel’s Atom Z3775, the processor for the Core i3 and Core i5 series of CPUs.
The Z3750 is Intel’s latest chip for the mainstream PC market, and it comes with a slew of new features.
You’ll also get Intel’s new X299 chipset, and the addition of Intel Iris Pro Graphics for video playback.
The Z3760 is the Z3580 chip for laptops, and that processor is also part of the Core -series, which is why you’ll be seeing a lot more Z3560 chips in the upcoming year.
The next generation Intel processors will be the Z3770, Z3790, Z3755 and Z3780, which are the base of the Zseries chipsets.
The processor families are going to include two parts: the Z2700, Z2750, and Z2770, which will have support for PCIe x16/x8 lanes, and an updated X399 chipset.
The rest of the processors will include the Z2660, Z2670, and later chips.
Intel has also added a number of new products to the Z series, and you’ll likely see a lot to like in the next few years.
The first of these is the Core Z3700.
The chip features a number new features: an unlocked multiplier for faster overclocking, and 4MB of L3 cache for improved performance.
You also get the full range of Skylake-SP and Kaby Lake-EP CPUs, along with the latest Broadwell-E CPU cores and new KabyLake-X processors.
You can find the full list of Intel processors on the company website.
The second chip from the ZSeries is the Intel Iris Plus GPU.
The Iris Plus is a chip designed to give developers a faster way to bring their games to market.
It features 32MB of GDDR5 memory and supports 4K Ultra HD, as well as OpenGL 4.5.
The integrated GPU can also run DirectX 11.1 on the CPU.
It also comes with 4K Video Decoder, and is rated at 1,800MHz on the GPU.
The Intel IrisPlus GPUs are also compatible with Thunderbolt 3 ports.
You won’t be able to use them directly with the Thunderbolt 3 port, but you’ll still be able connect them via USB.
The Core i2 chip is another part of Intel Z Series.
This part is primarily for the Intel Atom X2580, and this chip is primarily intended for notebooks.
It supports DDR4 memory and is designed to support up to 16GB of RAM.
There are no Thunderbolt 3 capabilities on the chip.