Intel's much-anticipated, and oft-delayed, 10nm processors have popped up in a Lenovo Ideapad 330, which is a low-end notebook that comes with 4GB of memory and a 500GB HDD, at Chinese retailer JD.com.

The dual-core Core i3-8121U sports the Cannon Lake architecture, but the integrated graphics are either disabled or not present. As a result, the notebook comes with RX540 graphics. We followed up with Intel, which confirmed that the chips are only on sale in China. The company won't share a specific date for possible U.S. distribution, but it shared the full specs of the new processor.

Intel has long been known for its aggressive cadence of transitions to smaller process nodes, but the 10nm process has proven to be its biggest challenge in recent history. Intel first planned on delivering processors based on the smaller process in 2015, but now it has pushed high volume manufacturing back to 2019 due to yield issues that make the end products too expensive for mass production.

Intel Core i3-8121U Intel Core i3-8130U
Architecture Cannon Lake Kaby Lake
Lithography 10nm 14nm+
Cores/Threads 2 / 4 2 / 4
Base/Boost Frequency (GHz) 2.2 / 3.2 2.2 / 3.4
Cache 4MB 4MB
TDP 15W 15W
Memory Support DDR4-2400, LPDDR4/x-2400 DDR4-2400, LPDDR3-2133
Memory Channels 2 2
Memory Bandwidth 41.6 GB/s 34.1GB/s
PCIe PCIe 3.0 x16 PCIe 3.0 x12
Tjunction 105C 100C
Package Size 45mm x 24mm 42mm x 24mm
Integrated Graphics No Intel UHD Graphics 620
AVX AVX2 AVX2

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