An article I came across - http://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/behind-intels-new-randomnumber-generator/0 -
Very interesting article.
The big difference that Intel brings to the table is generation rate. In the article, the author claims a raw bit rate of 3 gigabits per second. That just cries out “simulation”. I suspect that is the market they are targeting. Which means the generator, at least initially, will always be coupled with a processor capable of doing useful things with all that random data.
In other words, until they develop a 3-pin i7, I think we’re out of luck.
I wonder if anyone has made a chip of their initial analogue approach http://www.cryptography.com/public/pdf/IntelRNG.pdf (Block diagram is on Page 3 of the link). This still has a digital corrector and I’m guessing they’re not interesting in making one themselves.