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Originally Posted by Clairvoyant129;11802118 
Inpai is comparing it with a HD5450 NOT a HD4200. See the difference? rolleyes.gif

This is very respectable performance for an integrated GPU.

They compared it to a 4290 in the 890GX chipset.
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Originally Posted by xd_1771;11802057 
Eh, Intel took 3 years (2008-2011) to beat AMD's HD 4200 series. In about only 6 months AMD will come out with Llano which apparently features HD 5550/5570 class performance.
See the difference? rolleyes.gif

The whole time I read the review I was asking myself why no 5550/5570 in there?
They put Nvidia's second grade up GT220 that's comparable to a ATI 5550 not a 5450.
post #12 of 29
Well... It would be hard for me to choose AMD CPU if goes to be like this.
Now Intel can challenge AMD in terms of entry level Graphic.
So, AMD IGP is a piece of crap now although the discreet GPU is still a great one.
Any AMD fanboy will say that Llano will beat Sandy Bridge graphic. But Face it.
Llano is not here yet and Sandy Bridge Embedded GPU destroys Radeon HD 4290.
That's the fact now.
    
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All I wanna know is: Can it be deactivated?

My HD6870 will handle all the display functions, thank you.
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All I wanna know is: Can it be deactivated?

My HD6870 will handle all the display functions, thank you.


The way I understand it, if the board doesn't support onboard video, then the onboard unit is automatically deactivated. I'd imagine it's also an option in the bios.
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All I wanna know is: Can it be deactivated?

My HD6870 will handle all the display functions, thank you.

My understanding is that it will be deactivated if using a P67 board.
    
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you guys have to remember also that when the Llano comes, the 80sp 5000 GPU on the core will be 32nm vs 40nm.
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Eh, Intel took 3 years (2008-2011) to beat AMD's HD 4200 series. In about only 6 months AMD will come out with Llano which apparently features HD 5550/5570 class performance.
See the difference? rolleyes.gif

Lol at amd fan boys grasping at any little win they can over intel.
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Lol at amd fan boys grasping at any little win they can over intel.

You're so much better.
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Am I the only one that thinks that equipping the the fastest processors with HD G3000 graphics and the lower end cpus with HD G2000 is a stupid idea?
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Seems like it's almost around PS3 level performance, should be good for most consumers. The next revision will probably be very nice.
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