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Yeah, but with most older chipsets you had a choice of getting one without integrated graphics, in which no silicon would be wasted anyway and no additional money spent for that. You should be able to choose something with or without an iGP because some people really do not need or want one.
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Sandy bridge is faster than i7 9xx quads.

Just wait for the NDA to lift on the 6th, then we will all see how fast it really is.

and, SB's IGP is on the same die as the CPU, so it really isn't an option
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Sandy bridge is faster than i7 9xx quads.

Just wait for the NDA to lift on the 6th, then we will all see how fast it really is.

and, SB's IGP is on the same die as the CPU, so it really isn't an option
I doubt SB will be faster then my 980x...Maybe IvyBridge..give it another half year.
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post #14 of 24
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I doubt SB will be faster then my 980x...Maybe IvyBridge..give it another half year.
notice i said i7 9xx quads
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post #15 of 24
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All sandybridge is doing is just putting a new interconnect between the iGPU and processor called a ringbus. This should help speed things up. On top of that they are putting the PCIe controller ondie as well from what I hear which will reduce latency.

It is almost like Intel is taking babysteps to a SoC.
pci-e is already on the die.
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Yeah, but with most older chipsets you had a choice of getting one without integrated graphics, in which no silicon would be wasted anyway and no additional money spent for that. You should be able to choose something with or without an iGP because some people really do not need or want one.
Or so they believe, until their brand-new dedicated graphics card blows up or something and then they're crying for two weeks until the RMA clears.
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post #17 of 24
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notice i said i7 9xx quads
shhh im tird and drinking tequila lol
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What most people fail to realize is that the mass majority of computer users do not game. Nor do they do graphically intensive things. All they need is the ability to run a screen, play video, ect... Intel is making a smart move. Integrating all the components on die is a great way to go for mass majority of consumers. Its good for the consumer, in that it comes in a smaller package, less powerconsumption, meets the needs of the mass majority of individuals while allowing for those that would like to upgrade to greater performance. I see nothing wrong with what they are doing. Infact i hope they continue this way.
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I honestly don't like the gpu cpu combo. It makes me feel like the the reason I build my own pc as opposed to going out and buying an HP, Dell exc is being taken away. If you have a pc that you can't upgrade whats the point of building your own other than quality of parts? I like to pick each part of my computer separately and I'm sure that if this fredom is taken from the builders that there will be outrage.
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What most people fail to realize is that the mass majority of computer users do not game. Nor do they do graphically intensive things. All they need is the ability to run a screen, play video, ect... Intel is making a smart move. Integrating all the components on die is a great way to go for mass majority of consumers. Its good for the consumer, in that it comes in a smaller package, less powerconsumption, meets the needs of the mass majority of individuals while allowing for those that would like to upgrade to greater performance. I see nothing wrong with what they are doing. Infact i hope they continue this way.
Bingo! Cheaper, more powerful and more efficient computing.

Take the average Dell, Acer, prebuilt and you'll find the GPU integrated into the motherboard. You'll also find it is perfect for 90% of the population. Most folks want high quality media to play (HD audio/video), and that is generally the extent of the GPU demands.

Sandy Bridge, however, will move the iGPU from the motherboard to the CPU (like clarksdale, but improved performance) delivering acceleration for HD video, audio, and some decent horsepower for the random game. Power consumption will also take a nice dip. The other 10% of the consumer market, however, will scoff at the iGPU and of course use a discrete solution.
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