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Originally Posted by rolloAre we likely to see a onboard Gpu battle with intels 5200hd iris vs this 6800 chip would be a fun battle and let us see how its going in onboard land.
Originally Posted by HarlequinQuote:Originally Posted by rolloAre we likely to see a onboard Gpu battle with intels 5200hd iris vs this 6800 chip would be a fun battle and let us see how its going in onboard land.
have you seen the chip size for the iris pro ? its bigger than a gtx 680! honestly don't think we`ll see it in consumer anything.
Originally Posted by Harlequinif AMD wanted to go that route , then an MS `esque chip , with on package eSRAM and a 7850 ..... intel wouldn't know what to do.
Originally Posted by SuicideNeilPathetic- AMDs top end is beaten ( senseless ) by low-mid range Intel chips that are 3 generations old. Graphics wise, sure, AMD is better if you stick with onboard graphics and don't mind gaming at low res and/or with the settings turned down ( hands up if you like this idea? ). For a kids 1st gaming PC AMD makes sense, or if you are a peasant wom for some reason wants to build a brand new PC but can't actually afford to properly, for anyone else though, heck no....
Originally Posted by GuilleAcousticThose APU are nice to build a compact develpment computer with some decent openGL support (for hardware accelerated visualisation or GPU computing for example).
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