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Intel Integrated Graphics? Ehh?

Why Intel still put iGPU in CPU if we don't want it?  *flame suit on*

 

 

 

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Why Intel still put iGPU in CPU if we don't want it?  *flame suit on*

Cause... Some people want it? :P

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So you can actually see what you're doing if your GPU fucks up.

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Why Intel still put iGPU in CPU if we don't want it?  *flame suit on*

Some people do. There is a large HUGE market for prebuilt pcs with no gpu. Custom pcs make up a small fraction of all pc sales

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Why not? And who are You to talk for everyone. Maybe someone wants it. Who knows.

No offense intended

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Why Intel still put iGPU in CPU if we don't want it?  *flame suit on*

..........buy a xeon then mate. 

 

 

because 99% of school computers are a I5 or I7 without a gpu

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because sometimes, the latest 420 noscope titan XXX_PROCORE_XXX graphics cards aren't actually needed, you idiot twat.

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Intel isn't building a CPU specifically for gamers.

CPUs do so many other things. 

 

Also, why not? If you can eventually have a CPU with a intel GPU that is on par with an Nvidia, all within the scope of a really small die, would you not want it?

Of course, this isn't feasible right now. But eventually, that is a possibility. 

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it comes in handy if you brick your GPU Bios, and need to re-flash your original GPU bios back.

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I used it for months until I got a 750 Ti... and what if your GPU fails... this is a really silly question no offense. :\

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Gamers make up a very small segment of the PC world.

 

There are probably like 30 integrated gpu PC workstations for every gaming rig on earth.

 

I'm in a field where there are 1,200 PCs in the office.  Only about 5 have a dedicated GPU and they're not even for gaming.

 

There are only like 5 PC gamers that I'm aware of in my workplace so that actually makes my statistic seem over estimated.

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Not everybody is a gamer. Or some people just like low framerates

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Heyyo,

Tbh? Intel iGPU's are the most common GPUs for PCs on the market due to business PCs mainly.

http://semiaccurate.com/2012/02/23/mixed-results-for-gpu-sector/

http://jonpeddie.com/press-releases/details/gpu-market-upintel-and-nvidia-graphics-winners-in-q4-amd-down/

My workstation PC has an Intel iGPU as a prime example. Not a single workstation PC at my office uses anything but an Intel iGPU. :P

Intel hasn't bothered really with the iGPU for gaming in forever tbh... that's kind of changed with the new Broadwell CPUs which aren't getting any publicity compared to Skylake. :P

http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/cpu/85148-intel-core-i7-5775c-14nm-broadwell/

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Gamers make up a very small segment of the PC world.

 

There are probably like 30 integrated gpu PC workstations for every gaming rig on earth.

 

I'm in a field where there are 1,200 PCs in the office.  Only about 5 have a dedicated GPU and they're not even for gaming.

 

There are only like 5 PC gamers that I'm aware of in my workplace so that actually makes my statistic seem over estimated.

this is why AMD made the A10 7850k. So you office workers could play games for real.... and work, occasionally.

 

yeah....

 

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^^^^ Nobody knows how troubling this is. #X99Problems

jeez yes, you 2011-3 users don't have the pleasure of IGPU's do you?

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jeez yes, you 2011-3 users don't have the pleasure of IGPU's do you?

No, and I wish I generally did. My 580 NEVER works let alone my 980 never works either.. Diagnosing issues with iGPU's is VERY nice. 

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No, and I wish I generally did. My 580 NEVER works let alone my 980 never works either.. Diagnosing issues with iGPU's is VERY nice. 

it's v handy, and also it's never used for wear and tear when discrete graphics are installed, so 99% of the time when you go to use it, it works no issues. my APU's are my favourite if i'm honest, discrete graphics core in a CPU package

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systems:

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Main (in rebuild - specs when finished) - Zenith.
R9 3900x 4.25GHz All-Core // X570 Aorus Ultra // 32GB 3200MHz // 3090 FTW3 Ultra 

 

Folding Station - HAL@HOME. (Temporarily out of use)

i7-4790k 4.8GHz // Z97X-UD5H // 32GB 2133MHz DomPlats // 2080Ti Lightning Z

 

TV / LAN machine - Demeter.

R5 3600 4.25GHz All-Core // B450i Aorus Pro Wifi // 16GB 3200MHz // Vega64 Silver (Air)

 

Running Parts Bin - Scrappy.

i5-4690k 4.8GHz // Z97 PRO GAMER // 16GB 2133MHz // R9 295x2(240 rad mod)

 

Laptop 1 - Valkyrie.

i7-8750H // Asus FX705GM // 32GB 2400MHz // 1060 6GB

 

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i5-4460 // Gigabyte H97N-WiFi // 16GB 1600MHz // 1080Ti FE

 

 

 

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this is why AMD made the A10 7850k. So you office workers could play games for real.... and work, occasionally.

 

yeah....

 

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I wouldn't touch apu's of any kind with a 10 foot pole.  I'd rather have an older dedicated gpu.

 

We used to be an AMD house many many years ago.  We ditched Intel after Pentium II.

Once Intel released the Core architecture we said buh-bye to AMD.  We're mostly i5s & i7s on the desktop end.  A few Crapintosh for the weirdos that nobody likes and wear testicle crushing jeans and shower once month.

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