Power supplies will be replaced with an upgraded unit that will offer better performance, more features and higher power consumption.
The unit will be called the RASP (RetroActive Semiconductor) RAS-P10 and will come with more flexible design and power management.
It will be the first Power Supply that has been designed for the Intel Xeon Phi architecture and it is also the first to offer an overclocking capability.
The RAS P10 will be built using the new 8-core Xeon Phi platform and it will be able to handle both high- and low-end configurations.
It is expected to be available in Q1 of 2020 and will be priced at $2,499 (about AU$2950).
The Raspberries are expected to ship around March 2021.
The latest Power Supply announcements include Intel’s 10th generation Xeon Phi, which was announced in February and has been delayed to 2020.
It has a clock speed of up to 12.3GHz and will have 16GB of DDR3 memory.
The new Xeon Phi is designed to handle new workloads and the company said that it will help the system to meet the challenges of the future.
Intel’s latest Power Supplies include the Power Supply Laptop and the Power Supplier Desktop.
The Power Supply Desktop is available for pre-order starting at $1,499 ($1,799 US).
The Laptop has an estimated price of $1.99 ($2,149 US) and will ship in mid-January 2020.
Both the Power Source and the Laptop are expected in Q4 of 2021.
There is no information yet about the price of the Power Distribution Unit (PVDU) that will replace the current unit.
Intel has already said that they plan to use the PVDU to boost power efficiency in the server and it has been rumored that Intel is also looking at an ultra-low power solution to increase efficiency in Xeon Phi chips.
It’s not yet clear how this new Power Supply will be different from the existing ones.
Intel said that the PVP will be powered by a 28nm process and will include a more flexible and robust design, with a longer lifespan than the previous generation.
Intel also announced that they will introduce the new Power Distribution Units (PDUs) and the PDCUs in the coming months.
It should be interesting to see what features they bring to the table when it comes to power management and overclocking.