Originally Posted by ILoveHighDPI
The weird thing is CPU+GPU "Packages" used to be standard, every console before PS4/XOne was a collection of separate chips soldered to the motherboard.
Why can't anyone do that in the PC space? (Not necessarily soldered to the motherboard, but with Ryzen we have plenty of chips in a package now, every Intel CPU for years has had video output circuits, adding a DGPU into the mix shouldn't be hard.)
Multiple CPU and GPU vendors requiring a generic platform integration such as PCI-E.
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