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AMD Making iGPU For Intel Mobile 8th Gen CPU
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http://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-int...35852.html
Interestingly, this was Intel's idea.
Quote:The dawn of the chiplet marks a tremendous shift in the semiconductor industry. The industry is somewhat skeptical of the chiplet concept, largely because it requires competitors to arm their competition, but the Intel and AMD collaboration proves that it can work with two of the biggest heavyweights in the computing industry. Not to mention bitter rivals. Industry watchers have also largely been in agreement that EMIB would not filter down to the consumer market for several years, but the announcement clearly proves the technology is ready for prime time.

DARPA initially brought the chiplet revolution to the forefront with its CHIPS (Common Heterogeneous Integration and Intellectual Property (IP) Reuse Strategies) initiative, which aims to circumvent the limitations of the waning Moore's Law.

Intel plans to bring the new devices to market early in 2018 through several major OEMs. Neither Intel nor AMD have released any detailed information, such as graphics or compute capabilities, TDP ratings, or HBM2 capacity, but we expect those details to come to light early next year.
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https://www.extremetech.com/gaming/25883...canyon-nuc
Three Hades Canyon units are planned, with TDPs up to 96W. Also, one of the commenters linked to this leaked graph from PCPer:
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