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Imo, the danger of this is making APUs obsolete. APUs already fill a very niche market, these new Intel HD chips will simply encroach an already shrinking market. It's very cute to see APU laptops in stores, but the fact is that I barely see them in the hands of consumers. That is very telling to me. APUs are failing to become the "thing" like they were meant to and with Haswell graphics there will simply be very little reason to grab an APU OTHER than gaming on a budget. Quite honestly, SCII runs better on Intel chips anyway, and you can run LoL on Haswell chips well. Final nail in the coffin is the retarded pricing of vendors/manufacturers. An 800-1200 dollar APU notebook? You can go eat yourself. APUs atm fill a very narrow 650-800$ sweetspot that appeals to a very tiny demographic. I can personally spent 1200-1300$ on a gaming laptop and justify it. For schoolwork I'd rather get either

A. an expensive ultrabook or
B. A budget Intel offering where superior CPU performance offers a superior experience.

Who can benefit from APUs? Not many, and with Haswell graphics even fewer people will be attracted to the APU camp.
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C'mon now, out of the Top 10 reasons for AMD's eventual and seemingly-inevitable demise (at least in the x86 space), HD5200 by itself isn't even on the "honorable mention" sidebar.

Now if Intel can continue improving their iGPU technology at the same rate for 2-3 more generations, perhaps then it might get up to #9...

AMD may not go anywhere, but HD5200 is quite literally 100x faster than Intel GMA of just a few years ago. Where's the AMD chip that 100x faster than the 4870? They're competing in an area that they didn't exist in and that does take away from AMD, Nvidia, Imagination Tech.
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Yes, because all the other AMD pipedreams from the last 5 years have turned out so very well...

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Imo, the danger of this is making APUs obsolete. APUs already fill a very niche market, these new Intel HD chips will simply encroach an already shrinking market. It's very cute to see APU laptops in stores, but the fact is that I barely see them in the hands of consumers. That is very telling to me. APUs are failing to become the "thing" like they were meant to and with Haswell graphics there will simply be very little reason to grab an APU OTHER than gaming on a budget. Quite honestly, SCII runs better on Intel chips anyway, and you can run LoL on Haswell chips well. Final nail in the coffin is the retarded pricing of vendors/manufacturers. An 800-1200 dollar APU notebook? You can go eat yourself. APUs atm fill a very narrow 650-800$ sweetspot that appeals to a very tiny demographic. I can personally spent 1200-1300$ on a gaming laptop and justify it. For schoolwork I'd rather get either

A. an expensive ultrabook or
B. A budget Intel offering where superior CPU performance offers a superior experience.

Who can benefit from APUs? Not many, and with Haswell graphics even fewer people will be attracted to the APU camp.

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Originally Posted by BizzareRide View Post

AMD may not go anywhere, but HD5200 is quite literally 100x faster than Intel GMA of just a few years ago. Where's the AMD chip that 100x faster than the 4870? They're competing in an area that they didn't exist in and that does take away from AMD, Nvidia, Imagination Tech.


Where have you guys been? Have you not read the news lately? How many hardware apu contracts has Intel won lately?

AMD is miles ahead of Intel in the APU market,anyone with an unbiased opinion will tell you that. Maybe Intel has gotten 10x better but that's because Intel GMA was utter crap,like 7 year old gpu tech.Even their top of the line current offering's can't even display accurately in most games/apps. The only thing they are ok at is displaying web-pages. Not even in the same league.
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Imo, the danger of this is making APUs obsolete. APUs already fill a very niche market, these new Intel HD chips will simply encroach an already shrinking market. It's very cute to see APU laptops in stores, but the fact is that I barely see them in the hands of consumers. That is very telling to me. APUs are failing to become the "thing" like they were meant to and with Haswell graphics there will simply be very little reason to grab an APU OTHER than gaming on a budget. Quite honestly, SCII runs better on Intel chips anyway, and you can run LoL on Haswell chips well. Final nail in the coffin is the retarded pricing of vendors/manufacturers. An 800-1200 dollar APU notebook? You can go eat yourself. APUs atm fill a very narrow 650-800$ sweetspot that appeals to a very tiny demographic. I can personally spent 1200-1300$ on a gaming laptop and justify it. For schoolwork I'd rather get either

A. an expensive ultrabook or
B. A budget Intel offering where superior CPU performance offers a superior experience.

Who can benefit from APUs? Not many, and with Haswell graphics even fewer people will be attracted to the APU camp.

What are you talking about, you can find A-Series laptops from 350+... You seem to be exaggerating the price a bit, the only thing below that are the real small portable devices. Granted those priced devices are on the slow end, the 500+ price range gets nice real quick.
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Where have you guys been? Have you not read the news lately? How many hardware apu contracts has Intel won lately?

Where have you been? Intel is dominating the APU market. Unless you've been living under a rock for the last year and a half, every Intel chip has an on die GPU, which is the definition of an APU. Ultrabooks, ultraportables, workstation laptops, netbooks, and any other variation you came to name. Intel has a huge share of the market and personally iI thinnk they deserve it. My experience with Intel has been extremely solid and there are very, very few things I'd suggest an APU for. It is a very niche market and Intel continues to encroach on it.
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AMD is miles ahead of Intel in the APU market,anyone with an unbiased opinion will tell you that. Maybe Intel has gotten 10x better but that's because Intel GMA was utter crap,like 7 year old gpu tech.

Nobody cares. For serious gaming you have to get a dedicated GPU. For light gaming, Intel will be able to give you a decent performance. Middle Ground? Either Nvidia optimus GT 630-650m or AMD equivalent. APUs fit on the lower spectrum of the middle ground, a very niche market. Even thn, superior CPU performance can give you a better experience with office programs and browser respinsivness, not to mention CPU bound games.
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Even their top of the line current offering's can't even display accurately in most games/apps. The only thing they are ok at is displaying web-pages. Not even in the same league.

Not remotely close to the truth. I play SC2 and LoL just fine with excellent frames. That's 60% of competitive gaming right there. So who the hell needs AMD APUs? Almost noone. I can see a budget casual gamer tossing 600-800 on it, and that's if he doen't mainly play CPU bound games, but that's about it, anything below an A6 is essentially garbage and not worth buying.


So where does AMD go with this APU thing in 2-3 years? Hopefully 640m-660m level performance in an affordable package as well as 30-40% better CPU performance. They'll have the low-mid end gamer market cornered, and HTPCs will be completely owned by AMD. That's about it. Hopefully we will se the next few years unfold in that direction. Until then, barely anyone needs APUs. I mean, putting E-350s into 15 inchers? It's an utter joke, E class CPUs belong in netbooks. A4s and A6s cover the budget 13 inch and 15 nch platforms. AMD really needs to tighten guidelines with an iron fist and forbid manufacturers from defiling their platform. I love the idea of APUs but it's too little, too late, and a mixture of complete randomness. HP, Dell and such have zero clue about product placement. Human Resources needs to do some work.
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What are you talking about, you can find A-Series laptops from 350+... You seem to be exaggerating the price a bit, the only thing below that are the real small portable devices. Granted those priced devices are on the slow end, the 500+ price range gets nice real quick.

You cannot find an A8 for less than 500$ reliably, and A series laptops go all the way 1$k+ which is ludicrous. For gaming you cannot really go below an A8. This is opinion based, but if you're on low-medium detail on an A6 anyway... Might as well get an i3 or something.
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Great achievement for Intel on the IGP side too smile.gif

Ok, wiki specs tells memory bus width for HD 8670D is 128 Bit and it depends on the system's memory size and frequency (Obviously it acts as an iGPU). So what do they mean by 128 bit of bus width ? mad.gif
Isn't DDR3 limited to 64 bit per channel only, exactly like our computers are doing.

Is it because they are showing the total throughput (dual channel) there, I mean 64 x dual channel = 128 bit ? or that iGPU somehow (I don't know how) supports 128 bit per channel.

This came to my mind because if we look into specs of our discrete GPUs and we see bus width like 192 bit for example. We multiply that 192 to the no of channel it support, for example 192 bit x 4 channel for aggregate throughput of DDR5 as it is quad channel architecture. Does this math apply on these iGPUs too ?
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You cannot find an A8 for less than 500$ reliably, and A series laptops go all the way 1$k+ which is ludicrous. For gaming you cannot really go below an A8. This is opinion based, but if you're on low-medium detail on an A6 anyway... Might as well get an i3 or something.

I found on Newegg mobile A10 4600M APU's under 500$...

You mention 1000-1300$ laptops with AMD's APU's, you mean MSi's GX series with a lot of features that improve gaming experience and have top of the line GPU? GX60 Hitman Edition and GX70 3BE are getting released soon.
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You cannot find an A8 for less than 500$ reliably, and A series laptops go all the way 1$k+ which is ludicrous. For gaming you cannot really go below an A8. This is opinion based, but if you're on low-medium detail on an A6 anyway... Might as well get an i3 or something.

I think that $1000+ bucks laptop you are referring to is exactly 1 laptop, the MSI g60. And it's over 1000 bucks because it has a AMD 7970m in it.

Found an A8 laptop under $400 bucks in 5 seconds on newegg.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834230960

Found this one for 400
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834310637

This one is 499 but it also comes with discreate 7670m
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834215663
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The same people who brought the world Bulldozer less than two years ago are going to be able to optimally extract CPU performance in the future? Really?
Hasn't the entire "MOAR CORES" credo been totally discredited over the last two years?

Well for starters it's not the same people. Management has drastically been changed, the company has become more nimble and they have hired veteran engineers from other companies like Apple and IBM.

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Hasn't the entire "MOAR CORES" credo been totally discredited over the last two years?

No... it hasn't. If anything it has just shown that developers need to stop being lazy. How long now have we heard games cannot be made to support multithreading well. Now all of a sudden we have next gen consoles and all the next gen engines are confirmed to be heavily threaded. HSA and multithreaded applications are the future. Keep dreaming that Intel will keep doubling IPC because it's not going to happen.
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