News Intel Axes Kaby Lake-G Processors With AMD Graphics

bit_user

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These only existed to fill a market niche left by stagnation in Intel's iGPU designs. Now, with Gen11 here and Gen12 on the way, it would be more surprising if they didn't cancel these.

Also, I think an ulterior motive was to prove their EMIB story.

It was cool to see this actually happen, but nobody should've expected such a collaboration to continue.
 
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jimmysmitty

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These only existed to fill a market niche left by stagnation in Intel's iGPU designs. Now, with Gen11 here and Gen12 on the way, it would be more surprising if they didn't cancel these.

Also, I think an ulterior motive was to prove their EMIB story.

It was cool to see this actually happen, but nobody should've expected such a collaboration to continue.
Pretty much 100% right here.

With their own iGPU coming that looks quite decent there is no need for this, especially if they can scale down and use a similar approach when Xe comes out.
 
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These only existed to fill a market niche left by stagnation in Intel's iGPU designs. Now, with Gen11 here and Gen12 on the way, it would be more surprising if they didn't cancel these.

Also, I think an ulterior motive was to prove their EMIB story.

It was cool to see this actually happen, but nobody should've expected such a collaboration to continue.
I believe Kaby Lake G was planned to show that integrations to GPU with CPU on discrete level can be done in mobile, but EMiB was the just the start Foveres was the next step . EMiB is also use for PLA logics which they got when they got Alteres

So what the next stage of process - likely Gen12 with 11th Generation version of CPU. or possibly 6 or 8 core version of IceLake. I hope that it actually a 8 core or higher version 11 th generation with mobile Xe.
 
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bit_user

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In fact, 4 of the 7 Kaby-G products are marked "announced", while the rest are marked "launched".

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/codename/136847/kaby-lake-g.html

I wonder if they don't meet the criteria for "discontinued" until the last order date passes, or did someone just mess up?
 
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In fact, 4 of the 7 Kaby-G products are marked "announced", while the rest are marked "launched".

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/codename/136847/kaby-lake-g.html
This is decently been on my mind in last two week, the purpose seem impossible but I feel that God is leading me to do it .
I wonder if they don't meet the criteria for "discontinued" until the last order date passes, or did someone just mess up?

My guess is mark discontinue when the next generation is created which I believe will be 10nm + Gen 12 GPU combination
 

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