Intel Cannon Lake-Y M3-8114Y dual-core 10 nm CPU gets leaked specs
Having surmounted all the problems that hindered the production of the Cannon Lake chips , Intel is officially the first CPU maker to launch 10 nm CPUs. The Cannon Lake range of budget mobility CPUs will be first to make it in the consumers hands, with desktop and HEDT version coming later, and we already found out some specs and benchmarks for the i3-8121U dual-core model that will power lenovo’s IdeaPad 330 series. Now, thanks to a tweet posted from Tum Apisak’s account, we can take a look at the main specs of another 10 nm Cannon Lake model, namely the Cannon Lake-Y M3-8114Y.
The U and Y are both indicatives of ultra-low voltage models that power entry-level fanless notebooks. The dual-core 4-thread M3-8114Y is no exception here, and, even though the leaked specs do not mention the actual TDP, the chip is expected to consume around 4.5 W, judging by previous M3 specs. The default frequency of both cores will be 1.5 GHz, with a boost clocks rumored to go as a high as 2.2 GHz. The low voltage design still allows for an Intel UHD Graphics iGPU, but the leaked specs do not mention the model.
More details about the Cannon Lake-Y/U series will most likely be disclosed by Intel at Computex Taipei in early June.