CES: Intel Presented 8th Generation Core Processors

CES: Intel Presented 8th Generation Core Processors

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At CES in Las Vegas, Intel has revealed 8th generation of its Core processors. They come with Radeon RX Vega M Graphics and are packed with features and performance crafted for gamers, content creators and fans of virtual and mixed reality.

Among the devices launching with new processors are thin and lightweight 2-in-1s from Dell and HP as well as next NUC barebones from Intel, the strongest ones so far. New generation processors bring together quad-core CPU, Radeon RX Vega M graphics and 4GB of dedicated HBM2 using Intel’s Embedded Multi-Die Interconnect Bridge (EMIB) technology. There will be two configurations, one with 65W consumption marked as RX Vega M GL, and an unlocked version with 100W consumption RX Vega M GH.

Features include up to three times frames per second on thinner, lighter and smaller devices compared with similar systems from three years ago and up to 40 percent compared with current discrete graphics. With the performance and graphics capability to run everything from Windows Mixed Reality headsets to Oculus, consumers have the options of which reality fits them best.

In addition to mentioned devices, new processor will enable a gaming cloud solution brought on by Artesyn and Gamestream, and we can expect new chips in Core product portfolio this year. On the high-end performance notebook segment its the Core H-series, Optane memory coming to Core mobile devices for the first time and more news for vPro platform for businesses.

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