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AMD Compares Llano and Sandy Bridge in Video

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by wahdangun, Mar 3, 2011.

  1. wahdangun

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    jmcslob says thanks.
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    Nice. Looking forward to building some cute little systems with it.
     
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    Was a nice video....I still see intel dominating the Business end with SB but Llano is more user oriented and geared towards what people will actually use them for though....
     
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    Not surprising, because AMD's integrated graphics is better, not the because the CPU itself is better.

    While the video make it sound like a "look what our CPU can do" it is really a "look what our onboard GPU can do".
     
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    that's one good on-board gpu
     
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    Indeed, since they bought ATi, AMD's onboard graphics has steadily gotten better and better. While Intel's has kind of just sat stagnant. At this point, if you want to do anything 3D graphical on a laptop I wouldn't even consider Intel onboard. Though I don't think I'd consider any onboard for that matter...
     
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    Nope. Will be using the desktop boards when available.
     
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    WHOA! Thanks for the video. Did you see how slick the new youtube controls look once you go fullscreen? Awesomesauce!
     

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