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AMD's new HD 6750M?

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Obviously the new Macbook Pros have it, but has there been any news of other laptops that will get it? It's seemingly pretty powerful and I guess it supports AMD Powoer Express seeing how the Macbook can switch between GPUs automatically.
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I won't be suprised if ACER or HP start using it, seeing they favor these chips. Also, I thought the Macbook Pro's use Intel HD 3000 graphics, no?
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Originally Posted by CrazzyRussian View Post
I won't be suprised if ACER or HP start using it, seeing they favor these chips. Also, I thought the Macbook Pro's use Intel HD 3000 graphics, no?
they have the AMD version of optimus, which allows you to switch between igp and dedicated gpu.
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they have the AMD version of optimus, which allows you to switch between igp and dedicated gpu.
Yeah, its just that I've seen a video review where no AMD GPU was mentioned. I figured it was optimus when the lappy has both intel intergrated and AMD
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