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"Near Future" Intel Micro-processors

Mike Millard
Have you noticed how the Intel micro-processors in recent and current Macs

are named? The one in the MacBooks released in later 2016 is called

Skylake, while the faster, more powerful one in the MacBooks just released is

called Kaby Lake.

My Secret Sauces—er, Sources—tell me that Intel has been influenced by

culture for an upcoming design. Its execution will be quite slow compared to

other recent lakes, but will do it all oh, so gracefully. It will be called Swan

Lake


Mike Millard.



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Re: "Near Future" Intel Micro-processors

Paul(ZOM)
ROFL!!!!!

Paul

On Jul 8, 2017, at 1:05 PM, Mike <[hidden email]> wrote:

Have you noticed how the Intel micro-processors in recent and current Macs

are named? The one in the MacBooks released in later 2016 is called

Skylake, while the faster, more powerful one in the MacBooks just released is

called Kaby Lake.

My Secret Sauces—er, Sources—tell me that Intel has been influenced by

culture for an upcoming design. Its execution will be quite slow compared to

other recent lakes, but will do it all oh, so gracefully. It will be called Swan

Lake


Mike Millard.


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Re: "Near Future" Intel Micro-processors

Al Varnell
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On Jul 8, 2017, at 10:05 AM, Mike <[hidden email]> wrote:
Have you noticed how the Intel micro-processors in recent and current Macs

are named? The one in the MacBooks released in later 2016 is called

Skylake, while the faster, more powerful one in the MacBooks just released is

called Kaby Lake.

My Secret Sauces—er, Sources—tell me that Intel has been influenced by

culture for an upcoming design. Its execution will be quite slow compared to

other recent lakes, but will do it all oh, so gracefully. It will be called Swan

Lake


Mike Millard.

Skylake, Kaby Lake chips have a crash bug with hyper threading enabled

-Al-
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