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  • Intel's architecture day happened and oh boy is it nice to see something new

  • coming from Intel there was a lot of info in there so let's break it down on

  • your boot sequence the name sunny cove is actually the name of the core

  • architecture itself and not the actual chip family if I understood things

  • correctly that would for example mean that ice Lake would be comprised of

  • sunny cold cores similar to how AMD uses the name Zen for their core architecture

  • but uses Ryzen or threadRipper as the chip name then we have the road map

  • Sunny Cove is the start of this ten nanometer journey and it will launch

  • next year followed by Willow Cove in 2020 and Golden Cove in 2021 Willow Cove

  • is likely to still be at 10nm while golden cove will probably get the

  • seven 7nm treatment with sunny Cove we also got our first look at the

  • 11th generation of Intel integrated graphics what we saw was an ice Lake you

  • CPU the you means that it is an ultra-low power chip and they ran a demo

  • with Tekken 7 comparing it to Intel skylake CPU with a 9th gen integrated

  • graphics in case you were wondering though Intel's 9th gen iGPU hasn't been

  • around in the desktop processor since these 6700K so it's a pretty old IGPU

  • to compare it with nonetheless according to a non tech it looked way

  • smoother but still had trouble running at a full 30 fps so will this beat a

  • current Intel nook with Vega inside or the possible next generation Ryzen with

  • Navi inside I highly doubt it now for the interesting part of the event we

  • have the design of their next CPUs until is going to abandon the idea of going

  • with a monolithic die and go it wait for it

  • triplets triplets chip foot and I think you will find others in the industry

  • adopting this in more and more ways he showed you why triplets were so so

  • important just like AMD ok they're not actually abandoning monolithic dyes

  • completely I mean Roger Kaduri made it clear during a Q&A session but it looks

  • like Intel will change the way their chips are made they're going to use

  • their email to connect multiple chip 'lets of various densities this will

  • allow for improved yields better costs and better time to market

  • Intel has been considering doing this for a long time sure they have their

  • mesh interconnect but that system didn't allow the same level of flexibility as

  • AMD's multi-layered infiniti fabric this newer image style interconnect could

  • allow for something like this and yes I know that it's similar to what AMD is

  • doing with epyc they did push it one step further thanks to what they call

  • foveros foveros is similar to emmab or AMD's infinity fabric but it

  • moves in an extra dimension instead of putting all of the chips side-by-side

  • they're going to stack them in the same way that HBM memory is made I don't

  • think that this foveros 3d stacking will happen in the high end of their

  • CPUs though it is well suited for low-power parts but if they stack the

  • high performance cores on top of each other the thermals are bound to make

  • some damage I'm just glad that Intel is finally thinking about putting their

  • email to good use so far it was only used in Kaby Lake G chips in cooperation

  • with AMD and it was a way to connect a monolithic CPU and a GPU not to connect

  • let's say a chip lit with another chip --let like AMD does I know it was also

  • used on their Knights landing CPU but I like to focus on consumer stuff all

  • right so after talking about their new CPUs for a while they finally got to

  • their GPU and they're calling it the XE or Z or X to the power anyways they

  • unveiled their plans for their discreet GPUs and honestly it looks like they

  • want to take AMD and NVIDIA head on their slides show that the product stack

  • will go from integrated graphics and entry models to mid-range to enthusiasts

  • all the way up to data center products that means that we'll have a GPU

  • solution for everyone of course we don't have any kind of information on

  • performance so I guess we'll have to wait until then to see it's only about a

  • year and a half out not too but so I know that my comments section

  • is going to be filled with whatever I'm just gonna wait for Ryzen 3000 and who

  • cares about Intel and I get it the main thing any of us are really

  • thinking about is price to performance so I still hope that AMD will continue

  • to give Intel a run for its money because it's the only way we're gonna

  • get competitive pricing remember when AMD came out with a Ryzen

  • in 1800X it was 500 bucks the price only dropped about 350 once it had

  • competition with the 8700K the same is happening with the next gen risin the

  • rumors say that the new Ryzen 9 series will be around 500 bucks and I don't

  • think that it will change unless Intel puts some pep into their 10nm

  • step so think about it it's good to have Intel perform as well as AMD cuz AMD is

  • always gonna lower their price and beat some of their market share all right so

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  • he told you why we chose 7nm he showed you why chiplets were so so

  • important

Intel's architecture day happened and oh boy is it nice to see something new


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英特爾的未來取決於這個!Sunny Cove 10nm (Intel's Future Depends on THIS! Sunny Cove 10nm)

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    alex 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日