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Hmm... no mention of Coffeelake having eDRAM. So is it really exclusive to the Broadwell (5675c and 5775c) processors?
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post #32 of 65
Quote:
Originally Posted by jelome1989 View Post

Hmm... no mention of Coffeelake having eDRAM. So is it really exclusive to the Broadwell (5675c and 5775c) processors?

was hoping forever for eDRAM as well
especially since Intel improved how it is being used

but so far it was a staple of mobile parts only

and as far as rumours go
I have it seen mentioned for 8th generation only for mobile parts again

hint
it's the graphics card giving away the inclusion of eDRAM (Iris pro)
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can someone get TPI a tinfoil hat already?
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Source.


Integrating Wi-Fi on the chipset is, in my opinion, a big mistake. If that part of the system is compromised, it will make the system extremely vulnerable and much more difficult to fix.

People said the same thing about hard drive controllers.
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People said the same thing about hard drive controllers.


I have been complaining about that since 1982.
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can someone get TPI a tinfoil hat already?

Sure, whatever, and in five years you'll be reading about a security researcher uncovering how such attacks had been going on for a few years. Like we've never read that kind of story countless times before, especially in recent times.


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People said the same thing about hard drive controllers.

Integration has all kinds of trade-offs, but that kind of integration isn't comparable to this. We're talking about putting a radio transceiver on the chipset and eventually later on the CPU itself, like mobile SoCs already do (including Intel's SoFIA Atoms).

It is patently not the same thing.
 
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Tbh, I like the idea of Wifi on the chipset (especially if it is Intel's, which seem to have lower latency than other Wifi chipsets likely due to drivers.)

I'm paranoid about security as well, but honestly you should just be able to cover the computer in a faraday cage with the cables poking of it and the "Wifi spillage" out of the cords and openings in the cage would presumably be minute to the point of hacking into it neigh-impossible.
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I now I just got the new Intel 8265 wifi chip in my laptop, man its nice biggrin.gif
    
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Calm down, guys. It's probably safe to assume that the integrated WiFi support is just that, support. I would expect that you can disable it in UEFI, and if mobo manufacturers decide not to make use of it at all, then you'd have a hard time even getting a good connection to it. Besides, laptops have WiFi that's left on 24/7 by pretty much everyone that uses them, if you're worried about security, just treat it like you would a laptop. On top of all of that, this appears to be a mainstream chipset, they may omit WiFi from the HEDT version.
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Tbh, I like the idea of Wifi on the chipset (especially if it is Intel's, which seem to have lower latency than other Wifi chipsets likely due to drivers.)

I'm paranoid about security as well, but honestly you should just be able to cover the computer in a faraday cage with the cables poking of it and the "Wifi spillage" out of the cords and openings in the cage would presumably be minute to the point of hacking into it neigh-impossible.

A jumper or a switch like CynicalUnicorn suggested seem like better and much more practical options, especially for desktop systems.
 
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