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Just so everyone knows. AMD is shipping the Mobile Llanos to partners. NOT the desktop Llanos. Desktop is scheduled to ship in the beginning of July (so the rumors say).
Edited by Phantom123 - 4/4/11 at 9:02pm
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Speaking of Sandy, it sucks that Intel put their best IGP (HD3000) on their most expensive processors. (2500K, 2600K)

If you want to use the IGP, you can't overclock the CPU. (Limitation of the H series chipsets)
If you want to overclock the CPU, you can't use the IGP. (Limitation of the P series chipsets)

What were they thinking?
That's very true, they should have put HD3000 IGPs where they would actually be used. It is also a crying shame you can't overclock anything else by much. Clarkdale was one of Intel's most overclockable CPUs but we won't be able to see how far the Sandy Bridge dual-core replacement could have gone.
Edited by Ben the OCer - 4/4/11 at 7:07pm
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Speaking of Sandy, it sucks that Intel put their best IGP (HD3000) on their most expensive processors. (2500K, 2600K)

If you want to use the IGP, you can't overclock the CPU. (Limitation of the H series chipsets)
If you want to overclock the CPU, you can't use the IGP. (Limitation of the P series chipsets)

What were they thinking?
Dollar signs? They figured they'd try and get everyone to buy the more expensive CPUs and reap the profits. I think the OCing on the last architecture design was the final straw for Intel on allowing it without a premium to be paid. The only good thing is it seems they made that premium at least worth it.

But I'm really excited to see what Llano can do in the mobile spectrum.
     
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I have a HD5550 in one of my systems. With it's 320 stream processing units, I can play any game "maxed" at 1440x900. And it only has an Athlon II 240! Getting this kind of performance on such a small platform is outstanding!
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I have a HD5550 in one of my systems. With it's 320 stream processing units, I can play any game "maxed" at 1440x900. And it only has an Athlon II 240! Getting this kind of performance on such a small platform is outstanding!
Do you mean games like Fifa or call of duty ? And when you say max settings does that include AA ?

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Speaking of Sandy, it sucks that Intel put their best IGP (HD3000) on their most expensive processors. (2500K, 2600K)
However, all current laptop models of SB supports HD3000
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Do you mean games like Fifa or call of duty ? And when you say max settings does that include AA ?
I can max out modded Fallout 3, etc at 720p with 4x AA on my HD545v and Core i3 laptop, that's 80 shaders at 720Mhz or thereabouts...People under-estimate these GPUs at low resolutions.
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That's very true, they should have put HD3000 IGPs where they would actually be used.
I seem to recall reading somewhere that Intel will be releasing a Core i3-2105 and Core i5-2405 ($10 price premium over i3-2100 and i5-2400, I think) which features HD 3000 graphics. Still has nothing on Llano, though, on the GPU front.
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