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More like, when could you play a single game on intergrated graphics (been
using an Intel Extream Graphics 2 chip before my current rig... even though
I'm using a 2600pro, its leaps and bounds ahead). I can actually play a flash
game above 15FPS with my rig ^.^
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not to dig up a old subject too much but could someone explain to me why the G35 chipset can run so much worse than the older 945GM? I have a laptop (945) and a desktop (G35) and they are in no way my main gaming systems.. but since I play EVE online on them all at times. Im still trying to figure out why the newer G35 runs soo much worse than the 945GM. Eve runs with most everything maxed at around 30fps while the G35 cant even push the min settings past 20. I have a feeling its the unifide shaders not being designed right but either way im disapointed..
     
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The G35 is bugged, it has some parts of the chip disabled (like the high-definition decoding part and maybe others). Intel chipsets suffer also from bad gaming drivers, the 945 is older and had a longer time to mature, this could explain it's better performance in your case.

It can also be that you have a bad windows install on the G35 rig. Try updating your drivers, maybe it'll help.
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That isn't real. The Intel footage of FarCry is just a slowed down video of the one supposedly used on this AMD chipset. And the one with CrossfireX is just the AMD chipset footage sped up.

Sad AMD. Very sad.
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That isn't real. The Intel footage of FarCry is just a slowed down video of the one supposedly used on this AMD chipset. And the one with CrossfireX is just the AMD chipset footage sped up.

Sad AMD. Very sad.
Do you have a proof? It's quite a common fact that the G35 is much weaker than the 780G...
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That isn't real. The Intel footage of FarCry is just a slowed down video of the one supposedly used on this AMD chipset. And the one with CrossfireX is just the AMD chipset footage sped up.

Sad AMD. Very sad.
If it's an AMD official video then I have no reason to not believe it. I have a 780G chipset and it is capable of everything indicated. I remember when Intel was initially touting its DX10 GPU it butchered image quality settings in games to give it the impression of being 'playable' That is not the case with the 780G.
    
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That isn't real. The Intel footage of FarCry is just a slowed down video of the one supposedly used on this AMD chipset. And the one with CrossfireX is just the AMD chipset footage sped up.

Sad AMD. Very sad.
lol just noticed that, but if they didn't slow down the intel counter part, not only would it not be able to be showcased, if you rather have the faster version, the frame rates would be as terrible as you running your comp on crysis 2560 by 1920 at very high settings. It would look even worse.

780G, hands down is the superior chipset, HD abilities as well as CrossfireX gaming support make it the champ.

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If it's an AMD official video then I have no reason to not believe it. I have a 780G chipset and it is capable of everything indicated. I remember when Intel was initially touting its DX10 GPU it butchered image quality settings in games to give it the impression of being 'playable' That is not the case with the 780G.
true to that, the G35 compares to the 690G chipset.
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The video is not likely official... The original source is listed as youtube...

Check here for a real comparison

    
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hmmm... I wonder if these integrated Mobo's would do well folding. That would/Could save some money for those of us that fold.
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If it's an AMD official video then I have no reason to not believe it. I have a 780G chipset and it is capable of everything indicated. I remember when Intel was initially touting its DX10 GPU it butchered image quality settings in games to give it the impression of being 'playable' That is not the case with the 780G.
Yeah. No reason, except for the fact it's extremely obvious if you pay attention to the video.
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