They market the on-chip graphics as competent.
The on-chip graphics still can't compete with a dedicated graphics card. But will be sufficient for casual gamers.
And even in todays market the processor isn't a graphics or physics bottleneck.
So if you want this processor to be a paradigm shift then prepare for disappointment.
It's not called X68, but X79.
And you surely cannot expect any on-board graphics to champion a dedicated graphics card?