The first technical details of the first Intel CPU with an AMD GPU integrated on a board (by mistake, it seems) have now become known (by mistake) to November announced first technical details. As a result, the Intel Core i7-8809G processor ("Kaby Lake G"), which combines a Kaby Lake CPU with AMD's Vega-GPU and HBM2, will be 3.1 GHz (turbo mode 4.1 GHz) fast. The CPU has 8 MB cache, four cores (8 threads per hyperthreading), an Intel HD GPU and supports dual-channel DDR4-2400 RAM.
Intel Core i7-8809G
Both the Intel HD-630 graphics core integrated into the CPU and the more powerful Radeon RX Vega M GH can be addressed individually. The TDP for the Intel Core i7-8809G and Vega GPU is 100 watts. CPU, GPU and the stacked graphics memory are located on an EMIB board and have extremely fast connections with each other including a so-called power sharing function. With the help of a special driver, the temperature, energy consumption and actual power can be read out and balanced in this way.
With the new processor, Intel is targeting portable small devices that will be able to offer high (GPU) processing power in the future. The new HBM2 graphics memory is ideal for the new solution because it is more space-saving and energy-saving than the previous GDDR5 memory. The Intel Core i7-8809G will presumably be presented by Intel at the CES 2018 in Las Vegas within a few days, then there will be details about the AMD Vega GPU used.