In­tel launches five Core chips with Radeon graph­ics from ri­val AMD

In­tel un­veils the speeds, feeds, and prices of the 8th-gen In­tel Core with Radeon RX Vega M graph­ics. The five new chips will ap­pear in note­books from Dell and HP, plus new In­tel NUCS.

PCWorld (USA) - - News / Amd at Ces - BY MARK HACHMAN

In­tel’s star­tling mar­riage with AMD’S graph­ics chips has fi­nally borne fruit, as In­tel an­nounced five new Core H- se­ries chips that use two vari­ants of the AMD “Vega M” GPU. The com­bi­na­tion of In­tel and AMD tech­nol­ogy should out­per­form a last- gen sys­tem with a dis­crete Nvidia chip, In­tel says.

You can jump straight to our per­for­mance sec­tion on page 21 to learn more about In­tel’s claims.

The new 8th-gen­er­a­tion, quad-core Core i5 and Core i7 chips, to­gether with what

AMD calls the Radeon RX Vega M GPU, will power lap­tops from Dell and HP. They’ll also ap­pear in new In­tel-branded “Hades Canyon” NUCS, with prices be­gin­ning at $799 and $999, In­tel said.

In­tel’s an­nounce­ment at CES adds a sig­nif­i­cant amount of de­tail to the bomb­shell AMD and In­tel dropped in Novem­ber ( go. pc­world.com/dr0p). In­tel’s over­ar­ch­ing goal with its Core/radeon com­bi­na­tion has been to de­liver a gam­ing PC with great VR

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