Slides of Intel’s alleged 10nm product lineup for 2020 have apparently been leaked. According to a Reddit posting, the suggested lineup for this year includes new processors, plus the brand’s anticipated discrete GPU.
Specifically, one of the leaked slides includes an Alder Lake consumer desktop CPU, a Tiger Lake Mobile CPU, and Ice Lake-based Xeon CPUs. As well as the DG1 discrete GPU. While Tiger Lake and DG1 have had the odd mention here and there, the main takeaway from these slides is that all the listed products will apparently be based on Intel’s 10nm die lithography.
Alder Lake is reportedly expected to make its debut alongside Intel’s Lakefield CPUs and feature an interesting eight big cores, eight small core setup, while running on a TDP of just 80W. Tiger Lake, on the other hand, is expected to succeed its Ice Lake processors.
Additionally, the slides also mention Snow Ridge, Intel’s 5G base-station SoC that is being developed specifically for 5G wireless access and edge computing. It’s a chipset that both Swedish telecommunications brand Ericsson and China-based ZTE have agreed to adopt. As an integral part of their respective 5G base stations.
At the time of writing, Intel has not verified the authenticity of these slides. As such, treat this story with a pinch of salt.