The recent announcement of an agreement between Intel and AMD to work together on producing hardware chips for laptop GPU units has caused shockwaves in the industry. Few could have predicted such a collaboration. The result is a chipset that blends archbridge architecture with treble-set diodes that stands to rival NVidia's grip on the graphic processor industry. But what does this mean for you, the person who is doing some reading?
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