Intel Officially Launches New 8th Gen Core Processors With AMD Radeon Graphics

Intel Officially Launches New 8th Gen Core Processors With AMD Radeon Graphics

Intel Officially Launches New 8th Gen Core Processors With AMD Radeon Graphics

Intel announced its 8th Gen Core processor series with Radeon RX Vega M Graphics for virtual reality, gaming, and content creation. The chipset is integrated with AMD Radeon RX Vega M GH graphics with Intel HD graphics 630. Geared towards gamers, content creators, and graphics-intensive applications, this new processor powers Intel's new NUC, making it the world's smallest VR-capable computer. Obviously, the latter contains a lot more power, and of course, you can overclock it. This implies titles like Vermintide 2 would now be able to be played in high-determination in a hurry. There are HDMI 2.0a ports on both the front and rear of the device, two Thunderbolt 3 ports, and a total of five USB 3.0 Type-A ports.

Another option for HP Spectre x360 15 will use one of Intel's eighth-generation Core processors in conjunction with Nvidia's GeForce MX150 graphics card.

AMD CTO and SVP Mark Papermaster shared updates on AMD's process technology roadmaps for both x86 processors and graphics architectures. These NUCs will be sold as bare-bones kits, targeted to DIYers who are looking for small, sleek and powerful mini PCs.

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The product link provided points directly to the HP Spectre x360 15, with Intel Core i7 8705G processor. The GPU and VRAM communicate over something called Embedded Multi-Die Interconnect Bridge or EMIB, a high-speed interface designed specifically for this processor. It approximately halves the silicon footprint compared to the arrangement where the discrete components implemented separately, giving more freedom and flexibility to the OEMs to create innovative, thin and light devices.

The longtime rivals unveiled a new series of laptop chips Sunday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that combine Intel's latest core processor technology with AMD's Radeon graphics. More can be expected from the American Multinational Corporation on the high-end performance notebook segment and the Core H-series. The processor will power the mainstream devices which are now using the company's mobile core chipsets. The 8th Gen Intel® Core™ vPro™ platform will be introduced as an exclusive business platform.

Meanwhile, with 14.6 per cent market share, Samsung Electronics replaced chip maker giant Intel to become the top player in the global semiconductor industry in 2017, market research firm Gartner said.

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