Amd vs Intel

Hi I want to buy a new Dell Inspiron laptop i found good ones with i5 8265u CPU 4gb Ram but some come with intel UHD 620 while others come with Amd Radeon 520 2gb GDDR5 so witch one is better ?
One a side note do in the case of AMD does it also come with integrated graphic card alongside the dedicated one?

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Tough call. seems to have them trading blows. repeats the same finding.

Let's call this an evenly matched horse race except one thing. Some games DEMAND some dedicated RAM to the GPU and the Intel GMA sometimes will get in the way of the install so you can't even try it.

But for day to day web browsing and office work the Intel is just fine. Even better for travel as it's battery times should win over the the AMD solution.
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Yes but

That is why i asked if i chose the Amd will i still have an integrated graphic card so if i dont need the dedicated one it i can turn it off and use the integrated one

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And yes but....

That would be implementation dependent and as such the maker must answer.

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Both Intel and AMD

have integrated graphics in their processors.

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Switchable Graphics

AMD Switchable Graphics is the key search term you can use at Dell to check if both the Radeon graphics chip and Intel's UHD 620 are included. If the laptop has that feature it means that both graphics chips are included and that the the laptop will automatically choose the right graphics for the task (or game) at hand. It also allows manual selection of graphics for some things.
Here's a link to an article which provides more details. The article is a couple of years old, but you get the idea.
At home we have an Acer Aspire E5-575G laptop equipped with Intel's integrated graphics (probably UHD 610 or 620) as well as an Nvidia GTX-950M graphics chip. Nvidia's "Optimus" software auto-chooses which graphics to use and, again, there's a manual option to assign which graphics to use on specific games or other apps. It works well.

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