Intel accidentally leaks their i7 8809G Kaby Lake/Radeon Hybrid processor

An unlocked mobile processor with a TDP of 100W

Intel accidentally leaks their i7 8809G Kaby Lake/Radeon Hybrid processor

Intel accidentally leaks their i7 8809G Kaby Lake/Radeon Hybrid processor

Back in November, Intel announced that they had been working with AMD's Semi-Custom division to create a Kaby Lake/Radeon hybrid, uniting a Kaby lake processor a Radeon GPU and HBM2 memory onto a single package. 

This package delivers both a high-performance CPU and a high-performance GPU into a form factor that was previously impossible, allowing for the construction thinner and lighter notebooks to without any performance consequences. 

Intel has accidentally leaked the specifications of this product on their website, listing the product as an "unlocked processor", suggesting that this new processing unit is overclockable. This processor is called the i7 8809G, which offers a base clock speed of 3.1GHz, four processing cores, eight thread and both a Radeon RX Vega M GH graphics chip and Intel HD 630 graphics. 

The CPU used here is a Kaby Lake Generation part, offering support for 2400MHz (Coffee Lake supports 2666MHz memory) memory and Intel 630 series graphics. We expected that systems using this processor would utilise Intel's integrated graphics at low loads and only use AMD's Radeon GPU when required, saving power. 

Intel is also expected to release lower-end versions of this processor, either with a cut-down graphics unit, lower CPU clock speeds or a combination of both.


Intel accidentally leaks their i7 8809G Kaby Lake/Radeon Hybrid processor(Click to see larger version)  


At this time it is unknown exactly how high this CPU's clock speeds will boost under load, or how powerful AMD's RX Vega M GH graphics processor is, though this is expected to be officially revealed within the next few weeks or months.

You can join the discussion on Intel's accidental leak of their i7-8809G Intel/Radeon hybrid on the OC3D Forums.  

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Most Recent Comments

02-01-2018, 06:04:52

100 wats mobile hahahahahaQuote

02-01-2018, 06:49:05

Originally Posted by Rok View Post
100 wats mobile hahahahaha
You have to remember it's combined CPU and GPU. If you put these two together in other gaming laptop it would reach over 100Watt TDP.Quote

02-01-2018, 07:27:05

It will probably end up in Apples too. Possible Imac Pro?Quote

02-01-2018, 13:15:28

Most likely, I don't see Microsoft being the first to embrace an open standard like HSA first.Quote

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