ASRock Reveals Details on AMD's Ryzen 7 2700E & Ryzen 5 2600E CPUs

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Eh, not really. Intel would still win because an iGPU sips power compared to a discrete solution.
 

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But a second gen Zen and Vega at 7nm is only 6 months away. Which means second gen Zen/Vega APU that will destroy anything Intel has, not to mention spectre 2 variant silicon fix before Intel. Coming say January February to consumers, maybe even sooner if fabs have no more hiccups, with higher default memory speeds and clock speeds, with similar or less power consumption.
 

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Coffee Lake is extremely competitive, but I don't know why you're talking about iGPUs. These 45W chips are used almost exclusively (if not exclusively) in systems that have discrete graphics.

But again, CFL is pretty stout so it would be hard to compete head-to-head. Best way to do it would be to undercut them on price. Maybe it'll happen after Zen 2.
 
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