Intel kills collaboration with AMD on Core processors with Radeon graphics

Intel kills collaboration with AMD on Core processors with Radeon graphics

Also, they have Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 to help simulation and modeling software run fast by prioritizing the fastest available cores to use. "Our 10th Gen Intel Core processors with Iris Plus graphics are built on the new Gen11 graphics architecture that almost doubled graphics performance". In terms of clock speeds, base clock speeds start from 3.0GHz. The 18-core W-2295 model is now $1,333 compared to over $2,000, while the 10-core model runs $778.

Back in November 2017, Intel announced it was creating a special line of chips for PC gaming hardware that would pack an Intel Core H-series processor with a "Vega M" GPU chip from AMD's Radeon group, which is best known for creating dedicated graphics cards.

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Soqui said that the new processors will create a new refresh opportunity for partners, especially those with customers who have three-year-old workstations, which is typically how old the systems are when users are ready to upgrade to a new workstation. Earlier this year, it unveiled Intel Xe, a new graphics architecture that will span everything from ultraportables through to workstation and enterprise markets. Both have new artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities, with Intel's Deep Learning Boost enabling AI acceleration for both series of processors.

"We skipped that SKU because from a value proposition it didn't make economic sense for us", he said, adding that Velocity Micro is evaluating the new Xeon W processors. But Intel has priced the Xeon W-2200 close enough to a Core to eliminate most of the pricing differences that exist between the two families today. Four new processors in the range, the i9-10980XE, i9-10940X, i9-10920X, and i9-10900X, according to Intel, are specifically suited for video editing, game development, and 3D animation. The prices for the Xeon W-2225 and Xeon W-2223 are unchanged from the previous generation. The W-2265 retails at $944.

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