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I know AMD has or is coming out with this hybrid feature that allows you to use integrated grpahics in 2D mode, and ur graphics card in 3D mode, but does Intel have any boards that will support this feature with an nvidia or AMD card? Just trying to lower the power bill a bit XD
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don`t think so...Intel was never good in integrated or similar graphic solutions,...
    
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Originally Posted by wolfy87 View Post
don`t think so...Intel was never good in integrated or similar graphic solutions,...
Other than the fact that like most of the graphics processors out there are integrated intels.

And no I don't believe intel has gone the way of a hybrid.
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