Recently, Intel came up with first-of-its-kind processor known as the 8th Generation Intel Core processor with Radeon RX Vega M Graphics full of features and high performance meant for gamers, virtual reality fans, content creators, and those who work with mixed reality. It is the next milestone in Intel’s portfolio with its awesome optimization ability for smaller form factors like mini PCs, lighter notebooks, and 2 in 1’s.
The other devices launching with this processor include a lightweight and thin 1 in 1s from HP and Dell and one of the most powerful NUC Intel that has ever been introduced. The latest 8th Gen Intel Core processor can be aviled in two different configurations. The first one is is the 8th Gen Intel Core processor with Radeon RX Vega M GL Graphics worth 65W while the other one offer a total package power of 100W along with an unlocked configuration.
A preliminary preview of this product was presented by the technology giant somewhere in November. This new processors brings together the Intel’s quad-core CPU along with Radeon RX Vega M Graphics. It also features 4GB HBM2 that makes use of Intel’s EMIB (Embedded Multi-Die Interconnect Bridge) between HBM2 and GPU and brings down the regular silicon footprint by fifty percent.
This kind of space savings provides the OEMs with greater flexibility and freedom for designing lighter and more advanced devices. For instance, pick up any 2.3 years old device and you will see that weighs somewhere around 7 pounds wouldn’t last more than four hours and is thicker than 32 mm. This new processor would change this scenario, it will allow you to have a device thinner than 17mm and an ability to run up to 8 hours for a single charge and ability to deliver next generation performance.
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