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Originally Posted by ArticleCPUs based on the Westmere architecture introduce something else that's never been seen before, as they're the first processors to integrate the GPU onto the same packaging as the CPU.
Originally Posted by TSR2I don't really see the point of the integrated GPU, its just another unupgradable feature that adds cost, although fortunately you say Intel has made it able to be turned off so it won't use power.
Originally Posted by hiei-warriori think the next time i upgrade im gonna get a 22nm cpu :)
Originally Posted by aussiebearWhat makes Intel's eventual approach (2012) interesting, is that their design will be completely x86. Not sure about AMD's approach, as they've revealed very little.
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