There have been several stories about the leaked upcoming AMD 4700G APU processor. I was hoping that this would be an Xbox Series X equivalent. Although the processor has 8 cores, it only has 8 graphics compute units. The upcoming Xbox Series X (AMD made) chip has 52 graphics compute units on the processor. On a single chip, they have a powerful processor and the equivalent of a top of the line graphics card.
So it looks like if I want Xbox Series X graphics power on a computer that I will only be able to get it by purchasing a separate graphics card. I thought that the point of an AMD APU was so that you don't have to buy a separate graphics card, but this might be a deliberate strategy by AMD to sell graphics cards.
But if AMD is going to make a powerful all in one chip for the upcoming Xbox Series X, why won't they release that to everyone else?