No, AMD’s new Vega-powered APUs don’t make sense for PC builders

No, AMD’s new Vega-powered APUs don’t make sense for PC builders

AMD’s latest Ryzen APUs are quick enough to run Overwatch and Battlefield 1 on Low settings with some serious caveats, but as a PC component they don’t fill any particular niche, and that’s a problem. The post No, AMD’s new Vega-powered APUs don’t make sense for PC builders appeared first on Digital Trends. View the Original Article

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AMD’s latest Ryzen APUs are quick enough to run Overwatch and Battlefield 1 on Low settings with some serious caveats, but as a PC component they don’t fill any particular niche, and that’s a problem.

The post No, AMD’s new Vega-powered APUs don’t make sense for PC builders appeared first on Digital Trends.

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