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Old 28-08-17, 05:22 PM
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Intel discusses EMIB technology - Multi-die CPUs incoming?

Intel has an interesting alternative to silicon interposers for multi-die connectivity.



Read more on Intel's EMIB technology.

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Old 28-08-17, 10:13 PM
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The new revolutionary design they have been preaching. Good.
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Going to charge us more with an overall less technology advanced CPU node as well I bet.

This will have interesting design choices for future consoles however. Although I don't think Intel could make it cheap enough for Sony/MS to heavily consider it.
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Going to charge us more with an overall less technology advanced CPU node as well I bet.

This will have interesting design choices for future consoles however. Although I don't think Intel could make it cheap enough for Sony/MS to heavily consider it.
Yup, I think AMD will have the monopoly on the console market for quite sometime. While not ground breaking, their price v performance value is just too good to miss out on.

Considering Nvidia ventures into the automobile industry along with other side projects and plans. I don't think they are overly fussed on missing out the console deals. Probably same goes for Intel. They will throw in an offer, if its rejected then they probably just move on.
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It's good to see Intel pushing beyond what they're (and we're) used to from them.
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