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AMD Zen4 Ryzen CPUs Will Come With Integrated Graphics

It’s going to be in direct competition to Intel’s Desktop Core processors … can’t wait to see the battle to unfold.

Taken from Videocardz … Upcoming Ryzen CPU series based on Zen4 architecture will all offer integrated GPU by design. While this does not mean that literally all CPUs will have iGPUs enabled, it does confirm that the mainstream Zen4 silicon will be paired with graphics for the first time. Thus, the GPU will no longer be exclusive to the Ryzen G-Series APUs.

The confirmation arrives from the leaked documents that were obtained through the Gigabyte hack. A compatibility chart for socket AM5 processors was published by Chips and Cheese. It lists three types of AM5 processors, all based on Family 19h (Zen4) microarchitecture, with on-chip graphics.

The document reportedly notes that “Some OPNs…may not support GFX”. This implies that AMD will also sell Ryzen CPUs with dedicated GPU disabled, be it fabrication failure or product positioning, but essentially those could be AMD’s counterparts to ‘Intel F-series’ CPUs which require discrete GPU, just as all Zen1-3 non-G series Ryzen processors do.

Source: Videocardz, Chips and Cheese

 

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