Intel launched an 18-core CPU last year, and at Computex 2018 the company served up a teaser for a 28-core single-socket CPU that's launching later this year.
Intel didn't share a lot of details regarding the upcoming CPU, but it did run a live demo during the presentation of the processor crunching through Cinebench R15. The 28-core CPU netted a score of 7334, which is pretty fantastic.
Intel is going to formally unveil the 28-core CPU sometime in Q4 2018, so we should know more in the coming months.
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