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Intel alone will aim at the game: the first MCM package

via:快科技     time:2018/4/8 9:31:28     readed:573

8 Generation Core Low-Voltage CPU Enhanced for Iris Core

In fact, Intel announced its return to the high-performance market in 2017. Why say it back? Historically, Intel has also made connections with discrete graphics cards twice. One is the 740 in 1998, the only discrete graphics card in Intel history, and the second is the Larrabee project from around 2008-2010, attempting to create x86 graphics cards. The results did not come to an end and the Xeon Phi Accelerator project was finally completed.

According to the previous news,Two new generations of GPUs being developed by Intel are codenamed "Arctic Sound" and "Jupiter Sound."

Also from the news of TheMotleyFool Ashraf Eassa, he revealed thatIntel's graphics card will also target the game market, the person in charge is Raja Koduri.

Raja was originally the president of AMD RTG. Polaris and Vega are all his products. It is said that the 7nm Navi architecture is more fully dominated. Unexpectedly, by the end of 2017, he announced that he would switch to Intel to lead the latter's graphics products.

Ashraf said that Intel’s new standalone position is a certain area of ​​cutting-edge expertise, such asvideoProcessing and data center operations, etc. However, Raja convinced Intel to also work hard in the game field.

Pictured Kaby Lake-G Products

It is reported that,The new GPU will be launched in the form of MCM (multi-chip package)This is not the kind of expansion card we see. It is the same as the i7-8809G. It is connected in series with the CPU core and is finally integrated on a substrate.

So, this type of product will not impact NV/AMD's desktop cards for the time being, but the notebook product line is not easy to say. It must be a bloody hurricane.

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