Intel CPU with Radeon graphics reportedly uses Vega architecture

Posted on Wednesday, Nov 15 2017 @ 15:06 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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FUD Zilla heard from its industry sources that the upcoming Intel Kaby Lake G processor with AMD Radeon graphics is indeed based on the Vega GPU architecture. The project was reportedly codenamed P22 and the site claims this is part of a roadmap of products.

While this chip is a multi-chip module (MCM) that combines an Intel CPU with an AMD GPU and HBM2 on a single module, FUD Zilla claims they still think a graphics licensing deal between AMD and Intel is feasible:
What still remains as a possibility is Intel’s Core processors in the future with Radeon graphics. There is no timestamp for something like this, but our sources confirmed that there have been talks that took place quite some time ago.

With last week’s announcements, we believe that Radeon inside of Core products in the future is a possibility. Even if that doesn’t happen Intel can make a GPU, it will just take more time.

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