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Intel Graphics Are Pro-Enough - Finally
« on: October 15, 2013, 10:23:18 PM »
This week at Comic Con in NYC, two professional StarCraft II players battled it out with a couple of Intel CPUs with the graphics, get this, built into the CPU.  AMD has been doing this for a while of course, but now Intel has figured out how to get enough graphics horsepower out of their chips to bypass discrete graphics - on selected games.  This is the way of the future for mobile computing, and it's nice to see Intel get on board.

   Yesterday at Comic Con* in New York City two popular professional StarCraft II* gamers went one-on-one in the world’s first professional gaming match played entirely on systems with CPU graphics — using notebooks with the latest quad core 4th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 processors with Intel® Iris™ Pro graphics. Cyberpower’s Zeus Hercules* gaming notebooks provided the firepower with robust specs and configs featuring Intel Iris Pro graphics.Source: Intel Blog

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