Wednesday, April 17th 2019

Intel Also Announces Mobile 8th Gen Intel Core vPro Processors

Intel in addition to updating its 5G strategy, also announced availability of its 8th generation Core vPro "Whiskey Lake" mobile processor SoCs. Built as multi-chip modules with the CPU and PCH dies sitting on a single package, the new Core vPro i7-8665U has identical specifications to the original i7-8665U from Q3-2018, but with the addition of vPro, a set of additional features relevant to large organizations, such as AMT (active management technology), and TXT (trusted execution technology). OEM majors Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Panasonic are giving finishing touches to enterprise notebooks based on the new chip, which by itself could be priced around $500.
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4 Comments on Intel Also Announces Mobile 8th Gen Intel Core vPro Processors

#1
diatribe
Is this the chip that they are mixing fabrication sizes on? Like a 14 nm Core and a 22 nm PCH?
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cucker tarlson
diatribe said:
Is this the chip that they are mixing fabrication sizes on? Like a 14 nm Core and a 22 nm PCH?
pch is on the motherboard.
and the 22nm one is the new b365 found on desktop mobos.
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silentbogo
diatribe said:
Is this the chip that they are mixing fabrication sizes on? Like a 14 nm Core and a 22 nm PCH?
You are probably confusing it with the current Kaby Lake Refresh.
Intel says WHL is 14nm all the way around.
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Vayra86
You can rotate the number 8 to get an infinity loop symbol


That's kinda what Intel 8th gen starts to feel like right about now. Working as intended I guess?
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