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    Intel Gen 11 graphics nears AMD Vega 8 perf in AotS benchmark

    And an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 appears in the official FFXV benchmark online charts.
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    Re: Intel Gen 11 graphics nears AMD Vega 8 perf in AotS benchmark

    There is not much to get excited about here, except you might be able to play more recent (say, 2012 hehe) games on your work laptop than before.

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    Re: Intel Gen 11 graphics nears AMD Vega 8 perf in AotS benchmark

    So AMD's APUs are still utterly dominant... if the rumoured specs for the 3600G are true Intel are still a long way behind. I wonder how long AMD can keep that up though?

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    Re: Intel Gen 11 graphics nears AMD Vega 8 perf in AotS benchmark

    Intel should simply throw in the ED-Ram cache like iris pro and it will beat 2200G

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    Re: Intel Gen 11 graphics nears AMD Vega 8 perf in AotS benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    Intel should simply throw in the ED-Ram cache like iris pro and it will beat 2200G
    If that is the case, why don't they?

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    Re: Intel Gen 11 graphics nears AMD Vega 8 perf in AotS benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by sykobee View Post
    There is not much to get excited about here, except you might be able to play more recent (say, 2012 hehe) games on your work laptop than before.
    I play Starcraft 2 99% of the time, and that was released in 2010. Not sure how much fun it would be on a track-pad though, i.e. hell.

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    Re: Intel Gen 11 graphics nears AMD Vega 8 perf in AotS benchmark

    Quote Originally Posted by GinoLatino View Post
    If that is the case, why don't they?
    'Cos ED-RAM is expensive...
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    Re: Intel Gen 11 graphics nears AMD Vega 8 perf in AotS benchmark

    This shows Intel making large strides , previously APU vs IGPU = 3 x 1 , now , with this 3 x2.5
    e.g. not very far behind at all. Low end graphics are being gobbled up, and *everyone* will soon have moderate graphics ability bultin

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