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im a bit excited on how well the intel HD 4000 is doing.

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Benchmarks-Intel-Ivy-Bridge-CPU-sandy-bridge,14144.html

im hoping for a better overclock on the 4000 then the 3000.

i overclocked a 3000 series in a 2500k and i was surprised how well it did.

got 2000mhz out of it from 1100mhz.

im not sure if i will be using much of the hd 4000 though since the CPU is so powerful. sli gtx 660s would be more fitting and cost effective.

i guess im in it for the fun of overclocking.

got ~$300 saved so far =P for ivy bridge.
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Originally Posted by Coolwaters View Post

im a bit excited on how well the intel HD 4000 is doing.
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Benchmarks-Intel-Ivy-Bridge-CPU-sandy-bridge,14144.html
im hoping for a better overclock on the 4000 then the 3000.
i overclocked a 3000 series in a 2500k and i was surprised how well it did.
got 2000mhz out of it from 1100mhz.
im not sure if i will be using much of the hd 4000 though since the CPU is so powerful. sli gtx 660s would be more fitting and cost effective.
i guess im in it for the fun of overclocking.
got ~$300 saved so far =P for ivy bridge.

HD4000 will prove to be a real competitor for AMD Fusion (iGPU). This is beneficial to HTPC, budget gaming PC, and laptop. It is not going to replace dGPU (GeForce or Radeon) anytime soon however.
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HD4000 will prove to be a real competitor for AMD Fusion (iGPU). This is beneficial to HTPC, budget gaming PC, and laptop. It is not going to replace dGPU (GeForce or Radeon) anytime soon however.

intel hd 3000 at 2ghz it was doing just as well as a old 240gt.

the 4000 series is jammed packed with so much features im hoping it'll do a lot better.

i dont game as much so im planning to switch off to my intel when im not gaming.
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Here's what notebookcheck.net has on it:

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-HD-Graphics-4000.69168.0.html
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Compared to the Intel HD Graphics 3000 in Sandy Bridge CPUs, the HD 4000 card was completely redesigned and offers improved DirectX 11 capable shaders, Hardware Tessellation, a dedicated level 3 cache (before the Last Level Cache LLC of the CPU) and DirectCompute support. The IPC (instructions per clock) can therefore be even 2x as fast as with Sandy Bridge and overall up to 60% more performance (3DMark Vantage) should be possible.
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Intel HD 4000 is going to be as large a success as bulldozer. For most games, current APUs are generally twice as good or more, and that's not an exaggeration. 60% isn't good enough to beat the current generation APUs, not to mention trinity is going to come out around the same time.

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