Lately, there is a lot of news about Intel, which is the perfect moment for the company to publish and something that will not be promoted on all the bells. Over the past few months, there have been rumors of the new 22nm Intel chips. Returning to the 22nm process of manufacturing is the company’s way to better allocate resources and resources in 14nm, to create processors that will bring better earnings.
Intel has now officially unveiled the new B365 chipset, created in 22nm, which is quite similar to the B360 model and is characterized by improvements, but also some aspects that overwhelm it. For starters, the B365 does not have Wi-Fi capabilities that have the B360 nor the integrated USB 3.1 controller, but it offers more PCIe 3.0 lines (20 vs. 12) and supports RAID for PCIe and SATA devices.
At this point it is not known whether the B365 uses the new architecture or the one implemented by the H200 series. The B365 has the same size as the identical I / O specifications as the H270.
By creating a 300 series chips for the mid-market segment, in the 22nm process, Intel has provided itself with more production space for 14nm processors, which represent higher value products and will surely prove to be a more profitable option for the company.