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I'm glad AMD and Intel give us these yearly "look how close we are getting to being usable for gaming" demonstrations of their integrated graphics. Too bad they always choose to use these stupid "thin & light" laptops to demonstrate it. Why not show it off in a properly designed laptop with a decent sized screen?

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Quote: Originally Posted by bigjdubb View Post
I'm glad AMD and Intel give us these yearly "look how close we are getting to being usable for gaming" demonstrations of their integrated graphics. Too bad they always choose to use these stupid "thin & light" laptops to demonstrate it. Why not show it off in a properly designed laptop with a decent sized screen?
Those laptops usually ship with discrete GPUs.

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It's not hard to find a thick and heavy laptop that uses integrated graphics, it can be hard to find one with the "good" cpu though. They would sell a lot less thin & lights if they didn't.

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This is where creating inferior AMD products comes from and it's disgusting. OEM's have got into the culture of creating inferior AMD laptops, even at the same price.
Sigh i agree. I actually want this kind of laptop. The next couple generation of CPU's with integrated graphics (intel XE is promising and Navi is coming) in an 14/15inch laptop (ultrabook form) but the cooling is like that in the XPS15 with dual cooling fans/more heatpipes. I don't mind paying little extra for something like that and has no dedicated GPU. I'm reaching point i don't need an gaming laptop GPU but i want something that can run high endish CPU without throttling all the time. Maybe someone will manage to shrink down the phase cooling tech to that sort of size.

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Quote: Originally Posted by bigjdubb View Post
I'm glad AMD and Intel give us these yearly "look how close we are getting to being usable for gaming" demonstrations of their integrated graphics. Too bad they always choose to use these stupid "thin & light" laptops to demonstrate it. Why not show it off in a properly designed laptop with a decent sized screen?
Demonstrating on a thin and light laptop shows you what you'll be able to get as a baseline no matter how small you go. More cooling will probably enable higher clocks.

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It's not hard to find a thick and heavy laptop that uses integrated graphics, it can be hard to find one with the "good" cpu though. They would sell a lot less thin & lights if they didn't.
I prefer using ultrabooks, I don't have a need for a larger display on my mobile device. If I wasn't near my desktops as often as I am I could see myself switching back to a larger laptop.

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