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User Info: HeliosMagi

HeliosMagi
2 months ago#11
captsplatter_1 posted...
burn420247 posted...
captsplatter_1 posted...
Why are they teaming up when AMD has their own CPU's? Then again this would help each other out. But ya this would be perfect for gaming laptops.


to push Nvidia out of the mobile market which is win / win for both AMD and Intel.

aka more profit for both companies.

if u watch the video i linked above, you will see the benefits from both companies perspective.

the video also makes a point alluding to maybe a Nvidia + AMD solution further down the road.

AMD could basically arm both of their direct competitors and come out the winner in terms of monetary gain/market share.

Would make thunderports a thing of the past if these GPU's are upgradable. Actually what do we call these? CPU's or GPU's? GCPU's?

I believe the term is APU.
Anyway I'm waiting for something like this to find itself into a GPD Win or similar device.
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User Info: captsplatter_1

captsplatter_1
2 months ago#12
HeliosMagi posted...
captsplatter_1 posted...
burn420247 posted...
captsplatter_1 posted...
Why are they teaming up when AMD has their own CPU's? Then again this would help each other out. But ya this would be perfect for gaming laptops.


to push Nvidia out of the mobile market which is win / win for both AMD and Intel.

aka more profit for both companies.

if u watch the video i linked above, you will see the benefits from both companies perspective.

the video also makes a point alluding to maybe a Nvidia + AMD solution further down the road.

AMD could basically arm both of their direct competitors and come out the winner in terms of monetary gain/market share.

Would make thunderports a thing of the past if these GPU's are upgradable. Actually what do we call these? CPU's or GPU's? GCPU's?

I believe the term is APU.
Anyway I'm waiting for something like this to find itself into a GPD Win or similar device.

GPD Win you say? Oh my, drools.
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User Info: ArcadeGuy

ArcadeGuy
2 months ago#14
Skyrazer posted...
So is that a CPU with an onboard AMD VGA?

Yes, first of it's kind and first of this type of power.

User Info: captsplatter_1

captsplatter_1
2 months ago#15
ArcadeGuy posted...
Skyrazer posted...
So is that a CPU with an onboard AMD VGA?

Yes, first of it's kind and first of this type of power.

Essentially its a GCPU. I'm calling it that.
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User Info: BrokenMachine85

BrokenMachine85
2 months ago#16
I'll be very interested to see how they price these.
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User Info: OUberLord

OUberLord
2 months ago#17
Unless I save money by effectively bundling these together, I'm not sure its worth losing the flexibility of being able to upgrade my CPU or GPU independently.

User Info: Unsugarized_Foo

Unsugarized_Foo
2 months ago#18
Im intrigued by this partnership
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User Info: ArcadeGuy

ArcadeGuy
2 months ago#19
My next laptop will have this chip.

User Info: JKatarn

JKatarn
2 months ago#20
32x2z posted...
Computers should be evolving to not needing discreet technology. The GPU market should be integrated into the CPU market to save cost for the consumer. The fact that we're still using a discreet device to display high rendered images shows how much of a money market this is.


Yeah, then instead of just popping in a GPU a few years down the line you'll need a new motherboard, new CPU, new memory etc etc.
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