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    Intel India accidentally spills i7-8809G Kaby Lake + Vega info

    This will be a 4C/8T unlocked processor with dual IGPs (Vega/IHDG 630) and a 100W TDP.
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    Re: Intel India accidentally spills i7-8809G Kaby Lake + Vega info

    However, the now removed listing was amongst Socketable Desktop Processors, raising hope that this processor model could be a drop-in solution to some existing desktop motherboards.
    You're kidding right?

    This is Intel we are talking about, IF (a big if) this ever sees the light of day as a socketable CPU this will of course require a new motherboard (with a new chipset) regardless of whether it needed to or not!

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    Re: Intel India accidentally spills i7-8809G Kaby Lake + Vega info

    Looking at the images show, I'd be amazed if it fit in the normal intel package.

    Also, not a kaby lake refresh part? I can't see any reason you'd use a non-refreshed chip, the refresh models available now have lower TDP by ~30W (at the expense of base clock speed, but who cares?) and the (probably smaller) UHD 620 IGP (with vega, the fact that the CPU die is smaller is only a plus).

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    Re: Intel India accidentally spills i7-8809G Kaby Lake + Vega info

    Intel is also joining the bandwagon of 'LEAK'.......marketing in other terms.

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    Re: Intel India accidentally spills i7-8809G Kaby Lake + Vega info

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    ... Also, not a kaby lake refresh part? ...
    The only meaningful difference between Kaby and Kaby R is the capability of the IGP to decode 4k content. And there's no way of knowing whether that's down to an actual difference in silicon, or just some more meaningless product segmentation by Intel.

    Either way, I'm pretty sure Vega has 4k decode capabilities, so if Kaby R is different silicon, or if it's binned differently based on the quality of the fixed-function hardware (is that even possible??!), there'd be no advantage to using Kaby R silicon/binning here. Given this is clearly meant to be a gaming oriented part it would make no sense to restrict the CPU section to a 15W TDP, although I suspect that CPU TDP is rather nebulous as one of the capabilities of EMIB is to redistribute TDP allocation based on load - so on games with low CPU load and high GPU demands you should find the CPU clocking down to allow the GPU to use more of the TDP.

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    Re: Intel India accidentally spills i7-8809G Kaby Lake + Vega info

    Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
    The only meaningful difference between Kaby and Kaby R is the capability of the IGP to decode 4k content. And there's no way of knowing whether that's down to an actual difference in silicon, or just some more meaningless product segmentation by Intel.

    Either way, I'm pretty sure Vega has 4k decode capabilities, so if Kaby R is different silicon, or if it's binned differently based on the quality of the fixed-function hardware (is that even possible??!), there'd be no advantage to using Kaby R silicon/binning here. Given this is clearly meant to be a gaming oriented part it would make no sense to restrict the CPU section to a 15W TDP, although I suspect that CPU TDP is rather nebulous as one of the capabilities of EMIB is to redistribute TDP allocation based on load - so on games with low CPU load and high GPU demands you should find the CPU clocking down to allow the GPU to use more of the TDP.
    I assumed the HD630 had more shaders than the HD620, which would mean a cheaper CPU die, but on further investigation there really is no meaningful difference

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    Re: Intel India accidentally spills i7-8809G Kaby Lake + Vega info

    .....is it true Intel HD from the 5 series has the highest performance per watt than any Nvidia or AMD GPU of comparable performance

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    Re: Intel India accidentally spills i7-8809G Kaby Lake + Vega info

    It's amazing how these companies always manage to 'accidentally spill' information so often with miraculously fortunate timing.
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    Re: Intel India accidentally spills i7-8809G Kaby Lake + Vega info

    I saw this and though of the new navi architecture , [i see that as a way that AMD will stuff navi's onto the same silicon as ryzens so ^ could be a first spin trial .....

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    Re: Intel India accidentally spills i7-8809G Kaby Lake + Vega info

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    .....is it true Intel HD from the 5 series has the highest performance per watt than any Nvidia or AMD GPU of comparable performance
    You'd have to go back several generations to find any GPU with comparable performance to the intel IGPs

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