Intel and AMD Join Hands to Make Gaming Chips for Windows Laptops

An impossible feat has been achieved as Intel has come out of their comfort zone and approached AMD. The two companies are now building an Intel micro chip with AMD graphics card on the inside for ultra-slim laptops of the future.

The laptops which are powered by the massive technology created by Intel and AMD together will be shipped as early as the first quarter of 2018. The companies confirmed the partnership and it should surprise so many fans who were previously fighting over as to who is the better company of the both.

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A similar trend exists between Nvidia and ATI, now owned by AMD and they may partner to create graphic chips as well. The idea is to make powerful Intel 8th generation H-series chips which will have AMD graphics and entire module will be power efficient so as to offer best battery life on laptops.

The technology already exists in both Xbox One and Playstation 4 consoles for which AMD has delivered the system on chip with a bundled graphics card that runs awesome from what we have seen for years on these current gen consoles. Intel and AMD will reveal more technical specifications of the collaborative processor in the near future, close to the launch date.

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