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[[File:7th Gen Core-i7-badge.png|thumb|right|175px|Kaby Lake is Intel's 7th Generation {{intel|Core i7}} MPUs.]]
 
[[File:7th Gen Core-i7-badge.png|thumb|right|175px|Kaby Lake is Intel's 7th Generation {{intel|Core i7}} MPUs.]]
'''Kaby Lake''' ('''KBL''') is [[Intel]]'s successor to {{\\|Skylake}}, an enhanced [[14 nm process]] [[microarchitecture]] for mainstream desktops and mobile devices. Kaby Lake is the first "Optimization" released as part of Intel's {{intel|PAO}} model. The microarchitecture was developed by Intel's R&D center in [[wikipedia:Haifa, Israel|Haifa, Israel]]. {{\\|Cannon Lake}} was originally set to replace {{\\|Skylake}} as the next microarchitecture using a [[10 nm process]], however Intel later revised their roadmap to include Kaby Lake (with Cannon Lake being pushed back to [[2018]]).  
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'''Kaby Lake''' ('''KBL''') is [[Intel]]'s successor to {{\\|Skylake}}, an enhanced [[14 nm process]] [[microarchitecture]] for mainstream desktops and mobile devices. Kaby Lake is the first "Optimization" released as part of Intel's {{intel|PAO}} model. The microarchitecture was developed by Intel's R&D center in [[wikipedia:Haifa, Israel|Haifa, Israel]]. {{\\|Cannon Lake}} was originally set to replace {{\\|Skylake}} as the next microarchitecture using a [[10 nm process]], however Intel later revised their roadmap to include Kaby Lake (with Cannon Lake being pushed back to [[2017]]).  
  
 
For desktop and mobile, Kaby Lake is branded as 7th Generation Intel {{intel|Core i3}}, {{intel|Core i5}}. and {{intel|Core i7}} processors. For workstation class processors, Intel branded it as {{intel|Xeon E3|Xeon E3 v6}}. There are no Kaby Lake-based server microprocessors.
 
For desktop and mobile, Kaby Lake is branded as 7th Generation Intel {{intel|Core i3}}, {{intel|Core i5}}. and {{intel|Core i7}} processors. For workstation class processors, Intel branded it as {{intel|Xeon E3|Xeon E3 v6}}. There are no Kaby Lake-based server microprocessors.

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codenameKaby Lake +
core count2 + and 4 +
designerIntel +
first launchedAugust 30, 2016 +
full page nameintel/microarchitectures/kaby lake +
instance ofmicroarchitecture +
instruction set architecturex86-64 +
manufacturerIntel +
microarchitecture typeCPU +
nameKaby Lake +
pipeline stages (max)19 +
pipeline stages (min)14 +
process14 nm (0.014 μm, 1.4e-5 mm) +