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12:56 AM
@northerner have been since.... years
For intel, at least since sandy bridge - so since 2010, AMD I think has been doing it longer
there's some advantages with this - like being able to use integrated graphics alongside discrete since the 'onboard' graphics arn't using the same PCIe lanes as the discrete one would
 
@northerner Since Sandy Bridge. When a GPU is part of the processor package, we call it "processor graphics".
Strictly speaking, "integrated graphics" is only for a GPU on the motherboard.
 
@bwDraco half a second too slow. Though, wasn't AMD doing APUs before that?
 
@JourneymanGeek Actually... at essentially the same time.
Early 2011.
 
ah
close enough :D
 
Llano was the codename for the first APUs.
 
1:09 AM
(also, amusingly on many modern processors the 'gpu' part of the die, or processor is bigger than the 'CPU' part)
 
1:39 AM
also whoa.... didn't realise that that was that long ago
 
 
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