However, people familiar with the situation today said that in order to counter the common enemy of Nvidia, Intel and AMD, the enemy finally came together.
On Monday, Intel will unveil a mobile processor that combines Intel's processors with AMD's graphics processors for the ultra-thin, ultra-light, and powerful high-end notebook market.
In fact, as early as February this year, there is news that a CPU jointly built by Intel and AMD will be the first product to be released later this year. The CPU is based on Intel's Kaby Lake architecture, while the GPU part uses AMD's Radeon Core Display.
The news was also said at the time, the new CPU integration is not high, the use of CPU and GPU separation design, and finally by the Global Foundries or TSMC into a film, to Intel for final assembly, product positioning for the end and Mainstream level.
Cross-licensing of graphics technology between Intel and AMD began in March 2016, but now the two sides have reached a new agreement.