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I want one in a budget gaming laptop and with a bit more performance. Current gaming laptops are insanely overpriced.
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Am I the only one who's thinking who cares? Who does this pertain too? The. 01 percent who can't afford to buy a video card? I'd still take a 3220 with a 5770 over an amd low end apu

Building a cheap, low power system for family members, like my mom. This works perfect. She doesn't need a dedicated GPU, but I am not pigeon holing her graphics performance with a crappy intel iGP.

I will still wait for kaveri to build her a new system. Her triple core Rana and 5670 are still more than enough.
 
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Since when is it only 1% who can't afford a dedicated GPU?? If you mean 1% of the enthusiasts, then yes, maybe. Still, these chips are ideal for someone who just needs a desktop PC for their house and would also like to game casually. Not everyone uses monster sized monitors with outrageous resolutions. For a large number of people these are actually the perfect solution. Good enough CPU performance, and decent GPU in a system that doesn't require a stand alone GPU or even a very expensive PSU.
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These performance increases are exciting to me. Ideally all basic future systems will utilize a half decent APU so you never find yourself using a computer completely incapable of gaming. (next step forward in mass produced computers hopefully) Half of the people I know with computers would game if they didn't have to change multiple parts on whatever computer they had in order to play games well, and most regular people with laptops find themselves without any real graphical capability.
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ASRock's FM2A75M-ITX motherboard had a slight issue with catching fire...

That is pretty crazy, but honestly it shouldn't really be surprising to anyone who's done some research on AMD hardware......

I mean I don't even own an AMD processor and I know that many boards available don't provide the necessary power delivery for some of the beefier processors you can put in them.(especially overclocked) VRM burning issues have happened with many boards.... just maybe none as modern as the FM2A75M? I mean there's a whole warning thread about it somewhere that I've stumbled onto before.

Also plenty of companies have released obviously defective products with basically no excuse given, kind of like the original 7870 boards(reference), or the ASUS DC2 series 79xx cards original release. I'm sure there are tons of other examples I don't know about that have come and gone without people losing all respect for a brands reliability.

Other perspectives on this failure are welcomed - especially things setting this failure apart from other past failures by respected manufacturers.
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I want one in a budget gaming laptop and with a bit more performance. Current gaming laptops are insanely overpriced.

Basically this.

APU for me is the best choice for mobile gaming. I dont careif it is at low as long as it can be ran at native resolution a decent frames.

an A6 is able to play borderlands 2 decently. Dota 2 and SMITE as well
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Other perspectives on this failure are welcomed - especially things setting this failure apart from other past failures by respected manufacturers.

The original socket FM1 A75M-ITX already blew the VRMs.
   
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These results are all synthetic results, Synthetic results are premised to give the person an indication on worst case scenario, impliedly the A10 6700 is at worst case on the benches only 23% faster, but the real gains are likely to be higher.

A play F1 2012 on APEX Racing league at Ultra settings 2xMSAA at 1920x1080 and achieve around 40FPS average, BF3 multiplayer can achieve around 33 FPS at lowest settings at 1680x1050, this all done on limiting DDR3 1600 SPD's. Skyrim can play on medium/high settings at 1366x768 and low/medium at 1680x1050. If you followed TechReports frame time varience benches you will also see that while Intel HD at times achieves playable frame rates, the latency of frames is far to high and you get stuttering, I have experienced this with HD4000 and to compare AMD's iGPU soloution to Intel I would say on everything tested Intel is virtually unplayable bar indie games. Haswell's GT2 has been benched and by the looks is barely on par with Llano based HD6550D, and may only compete with lower end A8/A6 Trinity parts. Should this be correct then AMD Richland looks about 50% faster than Intel's GT2 solution. I think this is also getting closer to matching the HD6670 in performance, I think in Dual Graphics mode this unit with the HD6670 will produce 10-15% higher results than the 5800k+6670
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Synthetic results can be higher and lower than real world results, depending on many different factors, like drivers, how the game is optimized, etc. That generalization is false.
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I want one in a budget gaming laptop and with a bit more performance. Current gaming laptops are insanely overpriced.

+1. I am also waiting for a laptop that has a decent* price yet holds some performance.




* read as cheap
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Synthetic results can be higher and lower than real world results, depending on many different factors, like drivers, how the game is optimized, etc. That generalization is false.

I think the more apt response would have been that real world results (ie: gaming) vary up and down from synthetics depending on the way its optimized or drivers. That is partly true, some synthetics will tell you that HD4000 draws parity (even the HD4600) to AMD's 7660D yet in most and this is the general most like 95% of the time the Intel solutions are not in the same zip code in real world applications.
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