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    Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    People are speculating whether it could be Tiger Lake CPUs, Xe GPUs, and/or something else.
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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    Could the coloured squares relate to the new Xe tile rendering? (Deferred tile rendering is it?). That's my best guess anyway. If its CPU related its too late for me - my Ryzen 3600 hasn't broken a sweat yet so I'll be in no rush to replace it any time soon.
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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    New GPU??

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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    last time I saw something big from intel it was this:

    and that didn't go so well for them so I shan't hold my breath.

    Also I've just noticed the guy bottom right is wearing what appear to be white crocs. Crocs! In a workplace? Have people no self respect?

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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    Could the coloured squares relate to the new Xe tile rendering? (Deferred tile rendering is it?).
    Not the best choice of image...they also look like visual artefacts you get when the gpu isn't working right lol


    As to what it could be... the new lakefield cpu which uses 'big little' approach to design or it's just the usual intel pr to try and get some attention while they're not doing so well against amd.

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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    vaporware as usual

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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    It will be another big + they add to 14 h
    nm process..

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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    Large price tag
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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    If they can't be bothered to use capital letters properly in the announcement then I can't see the event being technical enough to be interesting.

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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    Not sure being them I'd boast about 'big'

    Something small(er) to share would be more interesting :-)

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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    100% their upgrade of iGPU

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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    It's gonna be some naff mobile thing followed by "do you guys not have laptops?"

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    The 10nm Ice Lake Xeon with PCIE4 is expected in 2H, based on their recent roadmap. MKTME ... multi-key total memory encryption ... also supports encryption of their Optane memory.

    hotchips 2020, in mid August, has presentations on Ice Lake Xeon, Tiger Lake, Xe GPU and Tofino 2.

    One of their other products would be more of a surprise ... Lakefield products, Agilex with pcie5/CXL, eyeq6, Sapphire Rapids in lab. oneAPI v1.0 release, Habana NNPs.
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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    Possibly X299s replacement as that's feeling rather dated now. 18cores max, quite far behind the 64core of Threadripper

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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    Perhaps Intel have decided that they have had enough of changing platforms every year, and are going to adopt socket AM4

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    Re: Intel teases "something big to share," on 2nd Sept

    My guess is that they'll say "we're announcing something big... something big.LITTLE that is!"

    If I recall correctly, they haven't officially confirmed their version of that despite the reports.

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