Possible HP Spectre x360 with Intel H-series class quad + AMD Vega Graphics?

Discussion in 'Hewlett Packard' started by stormi, Jan 3, 2018.


Convertible with desktop-class performance?

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  1. stormi

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    On CES 2018 Intel will announce a new kind of combination of CPU & GPU on a single package - a high performance Intel H-series class mobile CPU married with AMD Vega Graphics and 4 GB HBM - with up to 100W TDP! More info here.
    And now an entry for a HP Spectre x360 with such a package appeared in the 3DMark database: https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/7nhr0y/i7_8809g_appears_on_intels_website_with_vega/ds25lcc/

    Compared with a current Spectre x360 15" with 15W U-series CPU + ~25W NVIDIA MX150 this would be a huge increase in performance but also power consumption/heat. So I don't know how reliable the info is but it could be a dream device for many (including me :cool:).

    Edit: And here it is: http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/thr...-h-series-class-quad-amd-vega-graphics.73435/
    Last edited: Jan 8, 2018
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