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[The Verge] Intel demos first Lakefield chip design using its 3D stacking architecture

https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/7/18...esign-ces-2019

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Because of its tiny form factor, the board opens up new possibilities for lighter laptops and longer-lasting portable devices with unique form factors, including foldable phones and tablets that would require the chip to take up much less real estate. Intel had a few working prototypes here at CES, on stage. Intel says Lakefield combines a new Sunny Cove core, which is based on the same microarchitecture that will power Intel’s next-generation Core chips, with four low-power Atom cores, so it should pack surprising performance into a small package.
Interesting a big.Little x86 chip! Intel just keeps shrinking x86 it's ridiculous how portable they've made x86 machines in the past decade.

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Hopefully this leads to smaller SOC's and smaller stick PC's. They could basically stack the CPU on top of the RAM and SSD. Eventually calling a PC a CPU will actually make sense.

I find it strange that they would put the dram on top. Wouldn't the dram run cooler then the cpu cores?

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Need Amd to release tablets or something keep shintel outa that space too.

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Lets stick CPU on to of GPU on top of HBM on top of SSD flash on top of I/O on top of... what could go wrong.

Never liked Atom, would rather have ARM. x86 should slowly die finally especially in mobile and embedded market.
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Lets stick CPU on to of GPU on top of HBM on top of SSD flash on top of I/O on top of... what could go wrong.

Never liked Atom, would rather have ARM. x86 should slowly die finally especially in mobile and embedded market.
lots of things that'll lead to it getting better.

this will be the norm from both camps soon, unless specifically building in the high performance market, which too will see benefits found along the way

yes, x86 should go bye bye asap, as its been doing. slowly but surely.

think a few years down the road when they're integrating these stick boards into EVERYTHING. There are some pretty cool implications & things to come of it for sure. how else do we get to an omni-tool or multipass?!

n think about the weapon implications. Those unix rifles will be gameboys of gun tech soon.

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If I was a space Rockman that ate rocks, I'd like to try some of your earth computer chips, IDK what would make for good sauce or gravy with rocks or computer chips tho

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Hopefully this leads to smaller SOC's and smaller stick PC's. They could basically stack the CPU on top of the RAM and SSD. Eventually calling a PC a CPU will actually make sense.

I find it strange that they would put the dram on top. Wouldn't the dram run cooler then the cpu cores?
The stick pc's with fans have been not much bigger than this since baytrail. The problem with the fanless ones is the dissipation of heat. And the faster they get the more watts they are allowed.

Having little cores is a nice idea though. I would love to relegate windows update and defender to some atom cores on the side. Just let all of that maintenance junk eat 2w all day long.

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Foveros and 3D stacking are a really cool technology. Packing so much logic into such a small form factor is awesome. Somewhat underwhelming, though, that there’s only a single sunny cove core. Now that Windows has ARM support, it would be much more interesting if Intel replaced the Atom cores with first party designed ARM cores then used the sunny cove/large x86 core as a sort of coprocessor to accelerate x86 programs without needing it to be emulated on ARM. Best of both worlds.

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Hopefully this leads to smaller SOC's and smaller stick PC's. They could basically stack the CPU on top of the RAM and SSD. Eventually calling a PC a CPU will actually make sense. [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]

I find it strange that they would put the dram on top. Wouldn't the dram run cooler then the cpu cores? [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
The stick pc's with fans have been not much bigger than this since baytrail. The problem with the fanless ones is the dissipation of heat. And the faster they get the more watts they are allowed.

Having little cores is a nice idea though. I would love to relegate windows update and defender to some atom cores on the side. Just let all of that maintenance junk eat 2w all day long.
I just disable all that garbage. An OS shouldn't have constant network and storage activity at idle. I can't believe people have become tolerant of this crap, I'd still be on 7 if I hadn't figured out how to control 10.

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Interesting a big.Little x86 chip! Intel just keeps shrinking x86 it's ridiculous how portable they've made x86 machines in the past decade.
The last x86 chip ended with the 80186 chips in monitors in 2012... nothing that is 64bit is "x86". it's all "a64". The fact that it can emulate an x86 doesn't make it an x86.
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