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post #1 of 45 (permalink) Old 07-27-2019, 06:56 AM - Thread Starter
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Intel has begun shipments of its 10th generation Core "Ice Lake" processors as of the second quarter, according to the company in an earnings call this week. Made using Intel’s 10nm process technology, these laptop CPUs were qualified by OEMs earlier in 2019 and are on track to reach the market inside mobile PCs by the holiday season.
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They still got the mobile segment going for them.
I was under the impression they closed shop after the new AMD chips

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Mobile is still basically all Intel as far as I can tell.

As the owner of a 3900x I'm a little curious how well 3000 scales down. I don't know if it's an ultra book chip although I've just come back around with the launch and it's possible I've missed something on that front.

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Mobile is still basically all Intel as far as I can tell.

As the owner of a 3900x I'm a little curious how well 3000 scales down. I don't know if it's an ultra book chip although I've just come back around with the launch and it's possible I've missed something on that front.
At a minimum, Ryzen 3000 would probably require a new IO die to target mobile power envelopes.

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Intel are only shipping quad cores.
Max "Intel" TDP is 28W, meaning that the non-boost TDP. Considering the 3700X is 65W incl boost, I think AMD could easily scale it down. Drop the ~500mhz and you should be around 50/55W. Maybe drop the non-boost speed and your looking at 45WTDP for a full desktop CPU. Remove the one chiplet and as mentioned, redo the IO chiplet and I can see a 30W to 40W 8c/16t Laptop chip being entirely possible.

I am sure that will intrigue ALOT of system builders, to be able to put a 8 core in their high end laptops.
4c/8t are sooo un-impressive for the high-end mobile computing market.

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Obviously Intel are having a hard time with yields and scaling these chips to higher TDP levels.

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But I guess at this point we will have to wait for the next refresh or generation of current notebook models to get Ice Lake.

Even the X1 Carbon Gen 7 which has Ice Lake slated on the refresh sheet only came with Whiskey Lake on the end.

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Mobile is still basically all Intel as far as I can tell.

As the owner of a 3900x I'm a little curious how well 3000 scales down. I don't know if it's an ultra book chip although I've just come back around with the launch and it's possible I've missed something on that front.
My work started ordering AMD HP laptops recently.

While they're more stable than they were 6 months ago, it's still a shartshow. Users randomly losing their windows profile mid operation is my #1 favorite ghost atm. I switched back to my trusty i5 360 w/ 16gb.

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My work started ordering AMD HP laptops recently.

While they're more stable than they were 6 months ago, it's still a shartshow. Users randomly losing their windows profile mid operation is my #1 favorite ghost atm. I switched back to my trusty i5 360 w/ 16gb.
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My work started ordering AMD HP laptops recently.

While they're more stable than they were 6 months ago, it's still a shartshow. Users randomly losing their windows profile mid operation is my #1 favorite ghost atm. I switched back to my trusty i5 360 w/ 16gb.
You are blaming AMD for features inherrent to Win Spy.

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