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Most likely it's because of their new Xe based GPU work starting arrive next year. The Kaby Lake-G was really just a way to test their single package setup and as a stop gap until their own graphics unit had time to catch up with all the new hires.

Would be cool to see AMD do something similar with their own special APU. A ~R5 3600 with a built in Vega with HBM2 could make a compelling little work box.
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Bummer, I was interested in that chip.
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Intel Axes Kaby Lake-G CPUs With AMD's Radeon Vega Graphics (Intel's Response Added).

What's the matter, Intel? With AMD kicking your ass, you don't want to play anymore? LMAO

Note: This is coming from an Intel diehard...

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The Best Features Coming in Windows 10 Version 1909

Those were real yawners. Sleeping
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