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By 2014 over 80% will have CPU graphics

Both Intel and AMD are implementing so-called graphics-enabled microprocessors (GEMs) inside laptops and desktops on the mainstream markets this year.

Research firm iSuppli has announced that these GEMs will be installed in about 115 million notebooks that will ship this year, which is about half the expected shipments for all of 2011. At the same time, the GEMs will be crammed inside about 45% of desktop computers that ship working out to about 63 million units.

One major reason for the number of GEMs shipped to grow so strongly this year is that the Sandy Bridge processors from Intel are GEMs, and AMD will be bringing its own offering to market too.
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post #2 of 21
Its cheaper, and most people don't care about gaming.
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Ugh. Most netbooks and stuff are already like this.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post
Ugh. Most netbooks and stuff are already like this.
Really?

Right now, most netbooks are Atom CPU's with intel graphics. Some are Atom/Ion. The "on CPU" GPU's are just now coming out.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by blupupher View Post
Really?

Right now, most netbooks are Atom CPU's with intel graphics. Some are Atom/Ion. The "on CPU" GPU's are just now coming out.
Right. The subject here isn't your typical onboard video.
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post #6 of 21
so long as there's the niche market of "performance laptops" I don't mind if the low- and mainstream-market is trimming down on excess chippage, heat generating bits and pieces, and current draining accoutrements.

it would be nice too, I'm in need of a little netbook or tough portable for a car datalogging experiment.
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im all for it as it should help increase battery life. The AMD E-350 with its decent gpu really has my interest if they can get the cpu clock speeds up a little higher
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post #8 of 21
Intel's will be a flop due to lack of performance, AMD's will be put into the mainstream market, but not the gamer's market.
post #9 of 21
Or you can buy a notebook with a discrete card along with a built in one for example an AMD 6770m + Core i7 2630QM built in GPU for switchable graphics.
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post #10 of 21
As long as this can improve battery life and give better graphics, I'm all for it.
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