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

This product isn't aimed at such a market where you find products with external GPU. The external GPU will cost almost as much as the device this is going to be in tongue.gif

So I guess all i3's are worthless because Intel Extreme 6 c / 12 t CPU's blow them out of the water right? I just don't know what goes through some peoples heads when they think this stuff up doh.gif
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at this price and power usage?

not at that price, but you can certainly get similar or better battery life. egpu doesn't mean that much in terms of power consumption because of gpu switching.

you can talk about price, but the people who care about gpu performance in a laptop are a very small niche anyway. if you're trying to target a small, obsessive crowd, is going low end really likely going to be profitable?
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But an i7 3770K and a 680/7970 is an even better combo...

See the logic?

Yeah but we're talking about notebooks here. There are plenty of thin and light notebooks with egpu.
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WHY THE HEELLLL cant amd or INTEL or anyONE (nvidia?) design a low TDP chip for TABLETS so i can buy a Windows 8 tablet and play stuff like CIV and other RTS games on them?? 1080p ofcourse!!! AMD get ur apus out NOWW!!!! I want a TRANSFORMER PAD INFINITY with Windows 8 and 650M level gpu power.

Stupid rant aside we have been waiting for a low tdp apu for a long time now. We need a quad core APU with build in GPU with dedicated ram on chip like 512MB to 1GB. That will be enough for 1080p tablet gaming. Whoever gets there first gets my money! I still have years to go before I can design this sh*** and its tough... tongue.gif
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WHY THE HEELLLL cant amd or INTEL or anyONE (nvidia?) design a low TDP chip for TABLETS so i can buy a Windows 8 tablet and play stuff like CIV and other RTS games on them?? 1080p ofcourse!!! AMD get ur apus out NOWW!!!! I want a TRANSFORMER PAD INFINITY with Windows 8 and 650M level gpu power.

Stupid rant aside we have been waiting for a low tdp apu for a long time now. We need a quad core APU with build in GPU with dedicated ram on chip like 512MB to 1GB. That will be enough for 1080p tablet gaming. Whoever gets there first gets my money! I still have years to go before I can design this sh*** and its tough... tongue.gif

because they realize that playing pc games on a 10" touchscreen will suck
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I'm currently gaming on my Acer W700 (11.6inch tablet), playing Civ V on a touch screen in 1080p. Very sweet.

And I can game away from the mains for hours.

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

Who told that it has better GPU than ivy bridge ? Please don't make up claims from your imaginations. If you believe it is better then prove it.


Did you guys even look at the source link ? The HD4000 in 17w ivy bridge is more power powerful than Temash GPU.
http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-AMD-A6-1450-APU-Temash.92264.0.html


Edited by ThePath - 5/16/13 at 1:29am
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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.
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Originally Posted by perfectblade View Post

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

Who told that it has better GPU than ivy bridge ? Please don't make up claims from your imaginations. If you believe it is better then prove it.


Did you guys even look at the source link ? The HD4000 in 17w ivy bridge is more power powerful than Temash GPU.
http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-AMD-A6-1450-APU-Temash.92264.0.html


Yeah, I looked at the 3dmarks11 score and thought it read 'overall' benchmark. Cheers for the correction. I didn't make up claims on my imagination though; I looked at the 3dmarks11 score. lol. Don't know how that is imaginative.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-8280G.92241.0.html

dat's my source.
Edited by Domino - 5/16/13 at 1:43am
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Is there coming faster versions of this ? So it replaces e2-1800 ?

Would be nice in a zotac minibox
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because they realize that playing pc games on a 10" touchscreen will suck

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