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Old 06-11-17, 02:35 PM
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Intel and Radeon officially team up to create an innovative new mobile CPU/GPU

Intel has finally started using their new EMIB technology!



Read more on Intel's new Intel+Radeon CPU/GPU combo.

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Old 06-11-17, 02:44 PM
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Well you heard it here first, AMD are going nowhere !
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Old 06-11-17, 02:49 PM
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Not sure about that. Collaborating with a rival can be healthy too. At least Intel won't be leveraging their standard anti-competition practices on AMD this time.
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Old 06-11-17, 02:58 PM
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Not sure about that. Collaborating with a rival can be healthy too. At least Intel won't be leveraging their standard anti-competition practices on AMD this time.
Think of it this way. AMD has pretty much no market share in the gaming notebook segment of the market and this chip from Intel will allow them to get their products into a lot more systems. Right now Intel is pretty much the only option for gaming notebooks.

This is aimed at a higher-end market than Rzyen mobile, so AMD is not harming their own sales, but making money directly from the sales of their rival, sales that will also come from a market that is dominated by Nvidia, their other rival.

AMD will get an increased GPU market share and earn more money, this is great news as it will force more developers to take performance on Radeon seriously. This chip is also pretty much guaranteed to be used in the next MacBook, as the current version already uses an Intel CPU and Radeon graphics.
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Well you heard it here first, AMD are going nowhere !
Intels integrated graphics suck, AMD, Or more precisely, The Radeon Technologies Group makes the GPU portion for Intel and then Intel sticks it next to their CPU.

It's a win win all around for notebooks.
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Intels integrated graphics suck, AMD, Or more precisely, The Radeon Technologies Group makes the GPU portion for Intel and then Intel sticks it next to their CPU.

It's a win win all around for notebooks.
Yup. Basically every time Intel sell a high end laptop AMD get a sale too. I remember once looking at figures, and you really would not believe how much Intel sell in comparison to AMD. It's like, stupid.

Plus it means Radeon group get a eff tonne of money they can then spend making their GPUs better which will help every one.
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Old 06-11-17, 06:04 PM
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Well you heard it here first, AMD are going nowhere !
I wouldn't say that. They don't carry the same presence that they use to in the PC world, but I'm pretty sure they're collecting a large sum based on the sales of the console market. PS4 and Xbone both carry AMD hardware.
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Old 06-11-17, 06:36 PM
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Yup. Basically every time Intel sell a high end laptop AMD get a sale too. I remember once looking at figures, and you really would not believe how much Intel sell in comparison to AMD. It's like, stupid.

Plus it means Radeon group get a eff tonne of money they can then spend making their GPUs better which will help every one.
It's a big win for AMD's platforms as well. Radeon graphics RX/Pro & Freesync will be in 90% of new PCs. This should make it worthwhile for developers/manufactures to work with/use the platforms.
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I still think Ryzen mobile could compete.
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This will be brilliant for AMD, more market share = more mind share I see this as a win win for AMD
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