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so in dx9 it beats the 5450 but in dx10, the ati wins?
No.... you cant say that amd wins dx10 because the one game amd won at was a dx10 game.... we need more data to know. Also, I would love to see some benchmarks with higher quality settings.
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That is amazing considering this vs a discrete graphics card. OHH the possibilities when this becomes more advanced.
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I'd like to see some power consumption numbers. This should cut the power usage and increase battery life, but I didn't see anything showing it. To me, the biggest achilles heal of gaming laptops is batter life.
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Won't be long before we have Mr. Fusion label brand announcements and then boom.. time travel! LOL.
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Amd Is Crushing Intel.
    
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ROFL it just beats a AMD 5450... anyone else feel like that is not a threat?

If it beat the mobile 5870 I would be impressed hell I would give intel tons of support for making video gpu's if that were the case, but beating up a "sick poor kid" on the playground doesn't make you brad pit.

The only good I can see coming from this is they can use it as the low power GPU for surfing internet, and switch on the Mobile 5870 when you fire up games or apps that need the extra muscle.
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I'd like to see some power consumption numbers. This should cut the power usage and increase battery life, but I didn't see anything showing it. To me, the biggest achilles heal of gaming laptops is batter life.
You can see the effect of having a full gpu on-die with the newer xbox 360 slims moving to that design versus the older fat 360's with separate gpu/cpu chips.

The slims put out way less heat and use way less power.
Edited by Dream Killer - 12/19/10 at 12:43am
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You would not want to be really gaming on SB gpu. It will be good enough for casual games, not the next AAA title.
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ROFL it just beats a AMD 5450... anyone else feel like that is not a threat?

If it beat the mobile 5870 I would be impressed hell I would give intel tons of support for making video gpu's if that were the case, but beating up a "sick poor kid" on the playground doesn't make you brad pit.

The only good I can see coming from this is they can use it as the low power GPU for surfing internet, and switch on the Mobile 5870 when you fire up games or apps that need the extra muscle.
I feel the same way, fusion type GPU's wont be very powerful for a very, very long time IMO. Look at how big that most modern cards are with their already quite small die and 2gigs of video memory. There's no way that they will be able to get onboard video close to being that good anytime soon. Onboard video hasn't even reached X800 video performance yet, and that video card is about 6 years old.
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Game developers better up the ante to keep nvidia and amd discrete graphics cards in production.

God knows we've already hit a plateau with games. Hell a 3 year old 8800gt will still play just about every game under the sun, and do so well. And that was only 200 bucks in 2007.

Things better pick up quick or before you know it we will all be playing games on netbooks attached to TVs.
    
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