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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-04-2019, 04:09 AM
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Competition yeah right, maybe when Intel IGP product will be in same price class as AMD APU or no way.One example, let say Intel GPU is 20% faster in games but Intel CPU with iGPU cost 100% more $, hm blah.

Synthetic GPU benchmark is never direct related to real gaming performance+Intel GPU drivers are "made in dumpster".
Agree this chip would have to be less than $160 to make it worth it.

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Uh... today you can get the Dell Inspiron 7559 for around $400 used. It'll annihilate that laptop without trying. i5 6300HQ and a 960M. Not the best combination for gaming, but leagues ahead of what that A8 can manage.
Ok, so let's take a realistic look at this.

My laptop was bought new in 2014 for under $300. You are comparing a laptop that has a msrp of $750 to it from years later.

Again, I'm hard pressed to find anything in the $350 or under range that can offer a 240gb ssd, 8gb ddr1866 (or faster) and a half decent true quad core in a 15w tdp package. Remove the SSD and 8gb of ram and it still came with a 1tb drive and 6gb ddr3 1600 for $275.

Sure, used? But that can be applied to any laptop and wasn't the point. I personally wouldn't touch a used laptop but that's just me.


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Uh... today you can get the Dell Inspiron 7559 for around $400 used. It'll annihilate that laptop without trying. i5 6300HQ and a 960M. Not the best combination for gaming, but leagues ahead of what that A8 can manage.
XD NEW THINGS COST MORE THAN USED THINGS! Who knew?

Do people think before they talk anymore or do they just smash their keyboards until they're satisfied?
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lol and the 9900k was the best gaming cpu ever. Intel is full of crap.
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XD NEW THINGS COST MORE THAN USED THINGS! Who knew?

Do people think before they talk anymore or do they just smash their keyboards until they're satisfied?
Also...

Spoiler!


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The key is generally not which brands are good but which specific products are. Motherboards and GPUs are perfect examples of companies having everything from golden to garbage function/quality.
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Also...

Spoiler!

You shouldn't have released that information, you should have kept it secret and sold it for millions.
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I hadn't read the full article until now:
"If we look at the average result, Gen11 outperforms AMD Vega 11 by around 1.69 percent. Once again, the Manhattan test boosts Gen11's total score. Discarding the Manhattan result actually puts AMD Vega 11 back on top with a 9 percent advantage."


So what really happened is Intel has caught up to AMDs 12nm APU graphics, to take it to "another level" you'd need to outperform what's currently available by a large margin. I'm not interested in buying one but I really can't wait to see what AMD's next APUs are like.

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Ok, so let's take a realistic look at this.

My laptop was bought new in 2014 for under $300. You are comparing a laptop that has a msrp of $750 to it from years later.

Again, I'm hard pressed to find anything in the $350 or under range that can offer a 240gb ssd, 8gb ddr1866 (or faster) and a half decent true quad core in a 15w tdp package. Remove the SSD and 8gb of ram and it still came with a 1tb drive and 6gb ddr3 1600 for $275.

Sure, used? But that can be applied to any laptop and wasn't the point. I personally wouldn't touch a used laptop but that's just me.
This last December I spent $420 for a brand new lenovo ideapad equipped with a Ryzen 2500U 15w, 120GB SSD, 8GB dual channel 2400 DDR4, and a 15" 1080p IPS. It was 20% more expensive than your $350 machine and lacks the larger SSD or HDD but the raw performance in games or any applications will be much higher. 4 zen cores, Vega 8 and dual channel 2400. To me it's a much better value for performance, but if you are more concerned with that specific $350 or less price range than I concur.


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This last December I spent $420 for a brand new lenovo ideapad equipped with a Ryzen 2500U 15w, 120GB SSD, 8GB dual channel 2400 DDR4, and a 15" 1080p IPS. It was 20% more expensive than your $350 machine and lacks the larger SSD or HDD but the raw performance in games or any applications will be much higher. 4 zen cores, Vega 8 and dual channel 2400. To me it's a much better value for performance, but if you are more concerned with that specific $350 or less price range than I concur.
I've been eying a Ryzen 2500u system. Seems like they dropped in price for some models as I remember mosty being $500+ which is more than I'm willing to drop on a laptop.

$350 is just the cost of my laptop with the 8gb ddr3 1866 and ssd I added to it. It came factory at $275 with a 1tb drive and 6gb ddr3 1600mhz. I'd really like to get my hands on a 2700u but those are just too much for what they offer.


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