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Posted by k
 - January 16, 2020, 08:07:15
may be because of TSMC choking on capacity or commitment towards GF, or may be MCM design not suitable for laptop. whatsoever reason AMD is not leveraging zen 2 architecture on laptop to full potential. Only benefit you are getting is 7nm process.Even possible Navi gpu had been missed. As such with jim keller on intel payroll its not difficult but impossible for AMD to fight with intel at-least right now. may be with pure ground up upcoming Jim keller's design they may even not be comparable in future. After-all Intel is big name and their 10nm is as good as TSMC 7nm, finally in worst case Jim keller will create design as good as zen.
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 - January 08, 2020, 09:23:39
AMD has been crushing Intel in all other categories but wasn't able to in mobile processors specifically single thread performance and power efficiency was behind Intel's.

Now since both of these issues have been resolved, as said by the AMD, this should be great thing for customers as they have choice in laptops for getting AMD or Intel.
Posted by xpclient
 - January 07, 2020, 15:55:13
Sounds like something Microsoft would demo, not Intel
Posted by Digitalguy
 - January 07, 2020, 13:15:55
Yeah, typical comment by gamer/video editor... 90% of people doesn't care about that.... And Intel is so much ahead in laptops that this doesn't mean much... I am waiting for the day when AMD will be better than intel in laptops, this will finally give a kick in the a** to Intel. That day is far away unfortunately...
Posted by Samsung Galaxy Fold
 - January 07, 2020, 05:06:37
I love your crease, Horseshoe Bend.
Posted by Redaktion
 - January 07, 2020, 04:42:59
The Horseshoe Bend is clearly a product still in development and not yet ready for prime time, but Intel made it a big showpiece anyway. The 13-inch concept laptop unfolds into a 17-inch tablet and it's expected to run on Intel's next generation Tiger Lake CPU series.