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Can not.
anyone know if AMD can switch between integrated and discrete graphics like Nvidia can?
Yes.
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How stupid. The entire point of trinity is the built in gpu, why pair it with a 7970? They could have put an i5 in there for the same or less and got twice the cpu performance. GG marketing.
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How stupid. The entire point of trinity is the built in gpu, why pair it with a 7970? They could have put an i5 in there for the same or less and got twice the cpu performance. GG marketing.

Why not read how the laptop works first, ok? The 7970m is for heavy gaming and video intense programs where the A10 7660 is for light use and normal computing saving battery power.
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Why not read how the laptop works first, ok? The 7970m is for heavy gaming and video intense programs where the A10 7660 is for light use and normal computing saving battery power.

Yes because I've so far after years and years of working with computers not learned how a cpu works. What is this black magic?

My point still stands. An ivy i5 will outperform the A10 in the CPU department, still easily handle anything but a game as far as graphics, and have as low or even lower power consumption. Any time you're gonna play a game, that 7970 is gonna kick on, and that's literally the only department the 7660 in the A10 will be more useful than an i5 at, and it won't even be used for it. It's a marketing ploy meant to sell gamers on the newest products they can.
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I have a customized top GT780DXR model, and i can recommend MSI laptops to anyone. The build quality is great, but most importantly, the sound - The sound is really superb, and probably the best to be found among laptops thumb.gif Give it something like .flac or .wav, tune the THX software and its going to sound great. Overall a great laptop wink.gif
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Yes because I've so far after years and years of working with computers not learned how a cpu works. What is this black magic?
My point still stands. An ivy i5 will outperform the A10 in the CPU department, still easily handle anything but a game as far as graphics, and have as low or even lower power consumption. Any time you're gonna play a game, that 7970 is gonna kick on, and that's literally the only department the 7660 in the A10 will be more useful than an i5 at, and it won't even be used for it. It's a marketing ploy meant to sell gamers on the newest products they can.

Let me explain that guy's logic..

Suppose you can give relative gaming performance numbers, 100 being the baseline for i5 + 7970M..

In other words.. AMD 10 + 7970M = 80 gaming on AC, 25 on battery
i5 + 7970M = 100 gaming on AC, 20 on battery

And some people would much rather have 20% higher battery gaming performance (to AMD's credit, occasionally 50% in a few games), than 25% higher max gaming performance. Why they would spend $1100 on a half-baked system.. rolleyes.gif
 
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A mobile A10 and a 7970M? wth.gif totally off combination. The A10 is too weak for a 7970M.
You can't crossfire GCN and VLIW4.

This was my original thought on it, but AMD is pushing it as being able to do Hybrid-crossfire, but isn't saying how they are doing it. I wonder if they are marketing the units ability to switch between which GPU it is using as crossfire.....which is a bit misleading.
    
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Yes.

Thanks. Looks like its branded as AMD Switchable Graphics.

http://www.amd.com/us/products/technologies/switchable-graphics/Pages/switchable-graphics.aspx
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not sure what's so great about this other than the GPU....AMD processor....a killer network card? lol what a joke.
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What benefit will this bring over say, just putting a ivy quad cpu like every other gaming laptop does, certainly, I can see the APU being a bottleneck to the 7970m at high resolutions

Actually the APU is a great paring with it, as the system can run a hybrid-crossfire between the Trinity GPU and the 7970M. By going this route you are going to see better gaming performance at a lower cost than what you could get with an Intel processor. The A10 is not going to bottleneck the 7970M, or any mobile GPU, at 1080P, give AMD more credit than that.

The 7660G and 7970M can't HCFX
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That's $1350 USD

But Europe usually gets a price hike compared to US, I don't think it will be that much ...maybe $1200. MSI has barebones too, so I think it might be offered on xoticpc that way as well.
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Proof?

i7 + 7970m = 3dm11 score of 5876

A10 + 7970m = 3dm11 score of 4684


There will likely be a few games that the 7970m won't do as well paired with the A10 compared to it paired with a 3610QM.

yay synthetics.
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proof.gif
Personal Computer still sucks alot of power compared to ARM
also, i woudn't say Trinity is amazing at power consumption as Sandy bridge lower/equal while performance is significantly better
dont even think about comparing it to Ivy bridge...


That and C2Duo performance levels, ouch.

Uh not really. Trinity trades blows with SB i3s as far as CPU performance goes and outright destroys them in GPU performance.
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Actually the APU is a great paring with it, as the system can run a hybrid-crossfire between the Trinity GPU and the 7970M.

Can not.

anyone know if AMD can switch between integrated and discrete graphics like Nvidia can?

Yes.
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Yes because I've so far after years and years of working with computers not learned how a cpu works. What is this black magic?
My point still stands. An ivy i5 will outperform the A10 in the CPU department, still easily handle anything but a game as far as graphics, and have as low or even lower power consumption. Any time you're gonna play a game, that 7970 is gonna kick on, and that's literally the only department the 7660 in the A10 will be more useful than an i5 at, and it won't even be used for it. It's a marketing ploy meant to sell gamers on the newest products they can.

Let me explain that guy's logic..

Suppose you can give relative gaming performance numbers, 100 being the baseline for i5 + 7970M..

In other words.. AMD 10 + 7970M = 80 gaming on AC, 25 on battery
i5 + 7970M = 100 gaming on AC, 20 on battery

And some people would much rather have 20% higher battery gaming performance (to AMD's credit, occasionally 50% in a few games), than 25% higher max gaming performance. Why they would spend $1100 on a half-baked system.. rolleyes.gif

Not really. It's more like A10 + 7970M = 85% on AC, 15% on battery; i5 + 7970M = 100% on AC, 10% on battery.
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