AMD Fusion should be able run games running on the older Source engine no problem.
Left 4 Dead was playable on this machine with medium settings. I was averaging anywhere from 20 - 40 fps with these settings:
- 1280 x 720 resolution
- Bilinear filtering
- No V-Sync
- Multicore Rendering on
- Shader Detail 'Low'
- Effect Detail 'Medium'
- Model/ Texture Detail 'High'
- Paged Memory Available 'High'
My fps did drop lower to 20fps whenever I was getting swarmed by zombies but only for a second or two.
I probably could've dedicated more system memory to Left 4 Dead if I didn't have Vuze, Sticky Notes, and Widgets running in the background.
If the machine is not capable of this, I'm going to have till wait until newer and more updated fusion APU's surface. Before anyone asks, the netbook is for school, I need the battery life when I'm not gaming. ;D
Edit: I could technically modify that config seeing as I've had my desktop to a point where it produced at least 900 fps constant, but I just wanna see what the E-350/Radeon 63xx is capable of with my current settings.
Edited by Skylit - 3/24/11 at 5:12pm