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Intel will officially released its new Sandy Bridge core processor January next year,it will base on enhanced computing architectures and next-generation integrated graphics core.In our previous articlewe have tested performance of Sandy Bridge processor. Today, we will test the new generation of integrated GPU of Sandy Bridge.
http://en.inpai.com.cn/doc/enshowcont.asp?id=7948
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so the new IGP only par with HD4200 IGP really,
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weak. and its not even DX11
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I thought the integrated SB GPU's were on par with a 5450 and DX11? Is that only in the high end SB chips and this one for the lower end chips? Haven't kept up with SB much, so sorry if it is a well known thing already.
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As I said.

Waste of silicon.
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I thought the integrated SB GPU's were on par with a 5450 and DX11? Is that only in the high end SB chips and this one for the lower end chips? Haven't kept up with SB much, so sorry if it is a well known thing already.
I don't think high-end SB chips will even have intergrated GPUs since those would be aimed at people who buy dedicated.
    
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I thought the integrated SB GPU's were on par with a 5450 and DX11? Is that only in the high end SB chips and this one for the lower end chips? Haven't kept up with SB much, so sorry if it is a well known thing already.
HD G200 is only integrated in the following high-end SB models: i7 2600, i7 2600K, i5 2500 and i5 2500K. The HD G100, which is weaker, is integrated in the low-end SB models.
    
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I was referring to these Anand reviews on the i5 2400's IGP. It shows it beating or at least matching the 5450 in low res gaming at least. Not sure at higher res and with higher details though. Is this not the same IGP this article is talking about?

Edit: Apparently it is the same CPU and IGP in this review as Anand, just this review is using higher res and detail. So at lower res/detail it hangs or beats the 5450 but at higher it gets beaten by the 5450 and even lower cards Hmm.
Edited by Strat79 - 12/21/10 at 6:44am
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Yeah well the intergrated GPU is just a standard GPU for workstation computer or low-cost home computers which want higher GPU for more flowing work time, but don't need a good GPU to view documents, browse the internet.


Also, as playing at some of the games the benchmark show, and showing these games in low-res low-details, I feel sorry for the kid who gets that type of computer without a good GPU, and has to play like that
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Really, that's just pathetic. *Yawn* :goes back to sleep:
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