Subject: General Tech | April 11, 2018 - 01:09 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: Intel, kaby lake-x, skylake-x, cascade lake, rumours, arctic sound
There are numerous rumours about Intel roaming the news today, from CPUs being discontinued to brand new GPUs. [H]ard|OCP have heard that Kaby Lake X does not have long to live, the end of this year may see the end of that chip and a modified Skylake-X family which have moved to solder under the heatspreader to allow higher frequencies to be reached. The TIM change is not the only interesting thing about the Skylake-X refresh, its TDP could be as high as 300W, based on information from Supermicro's PR.
As far as new products go, the little birds suggest Cascade Lake is unlikely to appear this year, but instead should be expected in early 2019. There are also whispers about Intel's new GPU, Arctic Sound, appearing both on-die and in a discrete GPU designed to accelerate streaming and HPC, with Raja closely involved in the design.
"In this episode of How the Rumor Mill Churns, we address some old Intel CPUs, some new Intel CPUs, and hopefully Intel CPUs that we will never see again. End of Life for good products is often disheartening, but when EOL pertains to something that should have never existed, it goes over a lot better."
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