Proving that if you can't beat 'em, you join 'em, Intel has done what was once unthinkable: delivered an Intel processor with accompanying AMD graphics technology, after promising this in November 2017.
AMD's Ryzen processors were the talk of 2017, forcing Intel to finally respond in a significant way at long last, ending years of incrementalism, with AMD rising to the challenge with pedal to the metal for 2018 and beyond.
In late 2017, I attended two AMD events, one on AMD's Ryzen Mobile processor, and the second on AMD's Ryzen Pro for Australia's workforce, and they're available for you to watch, in full.
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