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Is it possible for the OP to post news that isn't AMD related? I for one do not care about all these APUs that came out *yawn*.

Don't read them. Simple as that.
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post #32 of 96
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Thing is, there shouldn't be a such thing as fanboys. I thought we were OCN, where we care more about performance and therefore buy what performs better. And yes, this does bother me. I do not care about a tablet APU that I will likely never use. OP seems to just find anything AMD related and post it, no matter how boring or lame. I'll just end this rant here, I don't want to start a flame war.

OCN is a hardware enthusiast site, not just pursuit of performance. Most of the people here like to read and learn about new hardware, no matter what it is.

Edit: Also, your hardware does not match with what you're saying. Why are you running a 3570k with a GTX 670? You should be running a 3960X with quad-SLI 680s.
Edited by Tsumi - 5/15/13 at 5:37pm
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I'm a little disappointed by the power consumption at idle. It's surprisingly high
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post #34 of 96
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OCN is a hardware enthusiast site, not just pursuit of performance. Most of the people here like to read and learn about new hardware, no matter what it is.

Edit: Also, your hardware does not match with what you're saying. Why are you running a 3570k with a GTX 670? You should be running a 3960X with quad-SLI 680s.

Pretend to be rich so you can be rich...
post #35 of 96
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I'm a little disappointed by the power consumption at idle. It's surprisingly high

Are you going by the numbers listed as those are for the WHOLE LAPTOP not just the APU. They claim the load during P95 and Cinebench were 3-5watts at load. They also estimated that the listed TDP would match the 8-15W range everyone was guessing about. Those numbers sound strange to me for the load W consumption but I'm willing to go with it. Still, this thing seems like a misplaced design as it's not really fast enough to use the GPU it has.
     
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post #36 of 96
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This is OCN. Expect some people to be disappointed when they notice the APU can't match an i7 and a 670/7950. And there's a handful people who consider such GPUs a "mid-range" class.

The GPU is better then Ivy Bridge. You can do low end gaming* with this. Let alone, having a IGP that can handle solid openGL/CL work would be great as browsers are making more use of GPU accelerated tasks every day. This E2-1800 does great on browsing, light photoshop work, etc. I've done up engineering reports, etc., as well. There is more then enough power to serve basic function when you make use of multi-threaded and gpu accelerated tasks out of such low end hardware. Take out the shoddy HDD and put in an SSD and it runs great!

* Note that you can game at 640x480/800x600 on high settings on STALKER.
Edited by Domino - 5/15/13 at 8:39pm
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The GPU is better then Ivy Bridge. You can do low end gaming* with this. Let alone, having a IGP that can handle solid openGL/CL work would be great as browsers are making more use of GPU accelerated tasks every day. This E2-1800 does great on browsing, light photoshop work, etc. I've done up engineering reports, etc., as well. There is more then enough power to serve basic function when you make use of multi-threaded and gpu accelerated tasks out of such low end hardware. Take out the shoddy HDD and put in an SSD and it runs great!

* Note that you can game at 640x480/800x600 on high settings on STALKER.

yeah it's better than ivy bridge gpu. but ivy bridge cpu+external gpu is a far better combo
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yeah it's better than ivy bridge gpu. but ivy bridge cpu+external gpu is a far better combo

The cost and the tdp is way higher tho.
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yeah it's better than ivy bridge gpu. but ivy bridge cpu+external gpu is a far better combo

But an i7 3770K and a 680/7970 is an even better combo...

See the logic?
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The GPU is better then Ivy Bridge. You can do low end gaming* with this. Let alone, having a IGP that can handle solid openGL/CL work would be great as browsers are making more use of GPU accelerated tasks every day. This E2-1800 does great on browsing, light photoshop work, etc. I've done up engineering reports, etc., as well. There is more then enough power to serve basic function when you make use of multi-threaded and gpu accelerated tasks out of such low end hardware. Take out the shoddy HDD and put in an SSD and it runs great!

* Note that you can game at 640x480/800x600 on high settings on STALKER.

yeah it's better than ivy bridge gpu. but ivy bridge cpu+external gpu is a far better combo
at this price and power usage?
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