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Double fps in counterstrike?

Superior Productivity and Energy Efficiency with the 7th Gen AMD A-Series APU.

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I wonder what the price difference will be?
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I wonder what the price difference will be?
Exactly,if you're comparing it to a $200 product, it better be around $200
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I would like to see a comparison with AMD's top Bristol Ridge vs Intels top Skylake, rather than using a 1 model down from AMD and 2 models down from Intel. It would also be nice to see the AMD vs a Broadwell with the eDRAM just for kicks.

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Pretty nice for that price imo.

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It compares to this 1050$ i7 iris 540?


http://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/Laptops/hp-envy-x360---15t-touch%C2%A0laptop-t5k88av-1

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Pretty nice for that price imo.

My only issues is the single stick of ram. I wonder if it has another free slot.

Edit: Well some of the other models say they do but I wouldnt be surprised if they skipped adding the hardware on this one to cut cost.

Also the built in monitor supports Freesync.

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My only issues is the single stick of ram. I wonder if it has another free slot.
That's the expected HP incompetence.
I'd be surprised if the Bristol Ridge boards weren't all dual channel with 2 slots, but if I'm wrong I'm sure HP would be the one to use single slot boards.
The reason some carizzo laptops were only single channel was because OEMs cheaped out and used mullins boards.

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