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    Intel iGPU smashes Nvidia, AMD

    The iGPU Beats both GeForce G 210 and Radeon HD 4350 performance! Nvidia's entry dedicated card just got obsolete.

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    omg, an intel GPU with good performance

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    comparing a future product with current products. take it with pinch of salt.
    its easy for nvidia to terminate the current low end line and replace it with the next in line and beat intel easily.
    still waiting to see intel discrete graphics

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    1920x1080... LOL...

    Good for them, I guess. Even better for that market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eversor View Post
    The iGPU Beats both GeForce G 210 and Radeon HD 4350 performance! Nvidia's discrete laptop cards just got obsolete.

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    The article seem to be wrotten by a graphics noob... bandwidth is not everything in graphics.....and that guy is comparing with a HD4xxx.....hello AMD new HD5xxx low end power savings parts are coming soon and AMD can easily throw it in and whip this future product sorry arse, i am not impressed, its barely faster than a PREVIOUS GEN product and this guy is making noise about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hwmook View Post
    The article seem to be wrotten by a graphics noob... bandwidth is not everything in graphics.....and that guy is comparing with a HD4xxx.....hello AMD new HD5xxx low end power savings parts are coming soon and AMD can easily throw it in and whip this future product sorry arse, i am not impressed, its barely faster than a PREVIOUS GEN product and this guy is making noise about it?
    In all fairness, this means it's faster than the only Nvidia 300 series cards available.

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    Give some credit, it managed to beat the other brands' "POS-to-sell-to-idiot-OEM-user" segment, probably with the help of the CPU handling the GPU workload.

    But just as nobody buys G210 and HD4350 to play games, who would buy these. Got money for Intel latest tech no money for gfx? Pfffft. And if I don't play game any onboard gfx will suffice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwenze View Post
    Give some credit, it managed to beat the other brands' "POS-to-sell-to-idiot-OEM-user" segment, probably with the help of the CPU handling the GPU workload.

    But just as nobody buys G210 and HD4350 to play games, who would buy these. Got money for Intel latest tech no money for gfx? Pfffft. And if I don't play game any onboard gfx will suffice.
    the igp is the biggest market of all gfx. around 80% of all pc sales.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwmook View Post
    The article seem to be wrotten by a graphics noob... bandwidth is not everything in graphics.....and that guy is comparing with a HD4xxx.....hello AMD new HD5xxx low end power savings parts are coming soon and AMD can easily throw it in and whip this future product sorry arse, i am not impressed, its barely faster than a PREVIOUS GEN product and this guy is making noise about it?
    Agreed.

    Not impressed one bit.

    Any cheap 45nm cpu+ one 5670 will be a far better option, faster and cheaper!

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    Wow, this iGPU pwns <$70 cards real bad. Where can I get this iGPU at the similar price point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gollum View Post
    the igp is the biggest market of all gfx. around 80% of all pc sales.
    IGP is popular alright, but it's almost free for for chipsets as well. Margin for IGP is ... marginal at best.

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    AMD just need to integrate HD4650 into their north bridge to beat Intel, again
    my rig: it isn't an oil rig. how i wish it was.

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    If anyone wants to do it they can stuff a GTX260 onboard too.

    But it's pointless if nobody cares about the performance. Yes this Intel IGP is faster than others, and IGP is a big market, but the slowest Intel GMA series has been dominating it.

    With this new iGPU, Intel will still be the market leader, but that'd be nothing to do with the performance. On Intel's side, it probably saves system cost.

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    Bleh. The article has many, many, many things wrong. First off, the 8 GB/sec link the article is referring to is apparently the PCI-E bus. The PCI-E bus has enough bandwidth between the video card and chipset to not be a bottleneck for a single high end card. The amusing thing here is that the Radeon 4350 and Geforce G 210 likely have less than 8 GB/sec of bandwidth here: they have 64 bit wide memory buses to their own dedicated memory and cards typical use desktop DDR2 or DDR3 memory. Secondly, that 25.6 GB/sec of memory bandwidth has to be shared between the CPU and GPU functions. Thirdly, the 1920 x 1080 tests does stress memory bandwidth. Those nVidia and AMD cards still have a chance of out running the new Intel GPU at lower resolutions, say 1680 x 1050 or 1280 x 1024 where memory bandwidth is not such a critical issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haylui View Post
    AMD just need to integrate HD4650 into their north bridge to beat Intel, again
    They integrate a 480 stream processors gpu into the cpu, codename Llano, although not available soon, 2011 actually.

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