Intel and AMD Chip Collaboration Specs Leaked
Ashley Allen / 1 year ago
Earlier today, we reported that Intel and AMD are collaborating a new chip series; combining Intel’s 8th Gen CPUs with AMD Radeon graphics, plus HBM2. The fruits of their partnership, though, seem to have leaked already, and are dubbed Kaby Lake G. If the leaked documents are genuine, the Intel Core i7-8809G and i7-8705G specs suggest Radeon Polaris chips, rather than AMD’s new Vega architecture. In addition, we have the first benchmarks for Intel and AMD’s Kaby Lake G chips.
Intel and AMD Chip Collaboration Specs
According to WCCFTech, the Core i7-8809G and i7-8705G boast the following features:
- The dGPU will have 24 compute units for a total of 1536 stream processors.
- The clock rates that we have seen are around 1000-1100 MHz for a maximum performance of 3.3 TFLOPs
- The family of Radeon GPUs used has the following board names: 694C:C0 and 694E:C0
- The 4GB HBM memory of the 694C variants has been clocked at 800 MHz with the 694E variants clocked at 700 MHz
- The entire Kaby Lake G family has 4 cores and 8 threads.
- The known SKUs at this time are the Intel Core i7-8705G and the Intel Core i7-8809G.
- The base clock is being read as 3.1 GHz with boost clocks going up to 4.1 GHz.
Intel and AMD Chip Collaboration Benchmarks
WCCFTech also features a number of engineering sample benchmarks for the two processors. First, we have an i7-8809G benchmark via GFXBench:
Then follows a Geekbench benchmark for the same processor:
For the i7-8705G, we’ve an Ashes of the Singularity benchmark:
Finally, there’s a comparison benchmark for i7-8705G and i7-8809G, via 3DMark: