New Intel Core i7-8809G CPU With AMD Vega Graphics Is Overclockable
If you remember when we reported about the strange new AMD-Intel Deal and talked about the benefits It may have for AMD to be connected to the Giant Tech company Intel, this may interest you. One of the possible results of that deal is just released and it seems to be interesting. While everybody is thinking about marrket technologies shifting to 12nm and 10nm, Intel revealed details of the new 14 nm CPU called Core i7-8809G made working with an AMD RX Vega Graphics. It is fast and strong and not very power efficient and still in 14 nm technology platform.
The four-core eight-thread processor has a 3.1GHz base frequency and comes with 8MB of L3 cache. It supports dual-channel DDR4-2400 memory. Intel and AMD did not mention the accompanying graphics architecture, but many predicted it would be Polaris-based not RX Vega. Clues such as HBM2 support and the power-sharing design type that is similar to AMD’s Vega-equipped Ryzen Mobile processors, make us believe it would use Vega graphics. Intel lists Vega and HD Graphics 630, so the cpu has an integrated graphics as well. This will help with cpu power management and saving power. The integrated Intel HD Graphics 630 is a sign that Intel is using a Kaby Lake processor.
The Intel Core i7-8809G is a fast quad-core processor for notebooks based on the Kaby Lake architecture and was announced in January 2018. It is Similar to the Core i7-7920HQ and it integrates four processor cores, 8709G would possibly come with a Turbo up to 3.9 to 4.1 GHz, the base clock thus 3.1 GHz. (Turbo not yet officially published). The CPU is still produced in 14nm as the i7-7920HQ. Compared to the i7-7920HQ, the i7-8809G may be slightly faster due to the HBM2 memory. As a specialty the CPU pack also contains a Vega based graphics card from AMD and 4 GB HBM2 graphics memory. The CPU is still produced in 14nm as the i7-7920HQ. Compared to the i7-7920HQ, the i7-8809G may be slightly faster due to the HBM2 memory. Intel basically uses the same micro architecture compared to Skylake, so the per-MHz performance does not differ.
Note: Above information are based on leaks (e.g. Intels Indian website) and therefore may change till actual launch date.
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