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Not impressed. Bring on the real game benchies. I have a feeling that AMD APUs will smoke Haswell in games. 3dMark...wooptiedooo arrowheadsmiley.png
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It's only going to be in mobile devices and AIOs, however. It will be quite expensive as well, not usable (I don't think?) in HTPCs and Desktops. You'd have to buy it soldered to a motherboard.

Yeah but at least personally for me IGP performance in mobile devices is much more interesting than in desktops. I don't really care about BGA since the device I'd buy a HD5200 part with would include a BGA CPU anyways.

For HTPCs, gaming desktops etc. I'll pretty much always going to go with a discrete card as space isn't an issue.
 
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Not impressed. Bring on the real game benchies. I have a feeling that AMD APUs will smoke Haswell in games. 3dMark...wooptiedooo arrowheadsmiley.png

 

Assuming people that purchase a 4770k would use the HD4600 to game lolol.  Bring on the CPU heavy games.  let the GPU's handle the rest.

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Either way, it's a very big jump over intel's last gen offerings. AMD will and should be ahead of even the HD5200, but they are certainly making smaller gains. Not to mention that the cpu part is much better on the intel side. We'll just have to see where this goes for mobile devices. AMD's desktop APU situation is only going to get better from here, but mobile is up in the air.

You said mobile(laptops, netbooks, tablets, etc...)?

Jaguar is substantial leap over Bobcat overall and here is my rough estimation:

A6-1450 Jaguar/Kabini 28nm 1.0/1.4Ghz Quad Core
- Cinebench 11.5 CPU: 0.85-0.90/1.23-1.30 (1.7-1.8 at 2Ghz)
- Cinebench 11.5 GPU: 8.53/10.55 (1/4 above Intel HD 3000)

As a Dual Core would score in Cinebench 11.5
- CPU: 0.425-0.45(1.0Ghz) = 0.615-0.650(1.4Ghz)
- GPU: 1/5 weaker or same as Intel HD 3000?!

At 2Ghz it would score in Cinebench 11.5 CPU test
0.85-0.90

Other comparable CPU/APU's:

E-450 Bobcat 40nm 1.6Ghz Dual Core
- Cinebench 11.5 CPU: 0.64 (0.70-0.74 at 2Ghz)
- Cinebench 11.5 GPU: 1/3 of Intel HD 3000

Atom D2700 32nm Clovertrail 2.13Ghz w/ HT Dual Core
- Cinebench 11.5 CPU: 0.71 (0.69 at 2Ghz)
- Cinebench 11.5 GPU: 1/4 of E-450 GPU

Atom Bay Trail 22nm 2.13Ghz w/ HT Dual Core (estimation)
- Cinebench 11.5 CPU: 1.42 (1.40 at 2.0Ghz)?!
- Cinebench 11.5 GPU: 1/4 of Intel HD 3000 or 1/2 of E-450 GPU?!

Atom Bay Trail 22nm 2.13Ghz w/ HT Quad Core (estimation)
- Cinebench 11.5 CPU: 2.84 (2.80 at 2.0Ghz)?!
- Cinebench 11.5 GPU: 1/2 of Intel HD 3000?!

Anyone at least partially agreeing? poke.gif
Edited by vampirr - 5/13/13 at 1:23pm
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'magine dat.

Ha! I didn't even need to look at your location to know you're also from St. John's. thumb.gif
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Assuming people that purchase a 4770k would use the HD4600 to game lolol.  Bring on the CPU heavy games.  let the GPU's handle the rest.

Because the price of a 4770K and a dedicated GPU = Price of AMD APU...
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Yeah but at least personally for me IGP performance in mobile devices is much more interesting than in desktops. I don't really care about BGA since the device I'd buy a HD5200 part with would include a BGA CPU anyways.

For HTPCs, gaming desktops etc. I'll pretty much always going to go with a discrete card as space isn't an issue.

GT3E won't be in mobile devices either - the TDP is very high, even though it's a lot less than the desktop 4770. GT3 will mostly be limited to perhaps full size laptops (not macbooks or ultrabooks) and all in one systems.

I'm just saying, I don't think A10 to GT3E will be an "apples to apples" comparison, since A10 is more usable in many form factors. Although I do agree GT3E will certainly be a beast. AIOs have less reason to use discrete mobile chips now....

edit: you do mean GT3 graphics with HD5200 right? Or am I confusing things. I thought the HD5200 monkier was replaced with "iris and iris pro".
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Re: [wccf] Intel HD 4600 Graphics Compared to AMD

I just want to know if Intel's HD4600 can do 120mhz refresh.

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Because the price of a 4770K and a dedicated GPU = Price of AMD APU...

What? doh.gif

Current top of the line APU costs 130-140$ so... Are you saying like the prices are the same or you are comparing or what? x_x*
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Assuming people that purchase a 4770k would use the HD4600 to game lolol.  Bring on the CPU heavy games.  let the GPU's handle the rest.

I'm all for that too. But I was talking about real world application. Someone might viably be using an i3...maybe even i5 HD4600 graphics. Lets see game benchies for these cpus. Because every Joe Schoe with a laptop with HD4600 graphics is going to be checking out their 3dMark score rolleyes.gif
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