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Intel HD4000 vs Mobility Radeon HD3650

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by hoax32, Apr 11, 2013.

  1. drdeathx

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    I tested AMD's 7660d against Intel and Intel was choppy at best with most games. AMD rules the roost with On Die GPU by miles.


    Trust me, maxed out, it did not maintain 20FPS.
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    HD4000 a lot better
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    Intel HD 4000

    I have an intel i7-3630 quad core prcessor with an intel(r) HD graphics 4000.
    Can I play high end games?????
    I need a fast reply. PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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    Probably on low settings if they'll even start :\
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    Nope, most high end games even at low res will be choppy
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    I have used the HD4000 series IGP and i have used it to Play BF3 and I did rather well 720p all low is fully playable, just ask the guys in the BF3 and BF4 thread lol that was few fun months right there. granted this was the DESKTOP HD4000 regardless

    3650 laptop GPU = 480-600 in 3dmark Vantage
    HD4000 = 2700 in 3d mark Vantage

    the Intel IGP is faster especially if OC a bit,

    Altho an AMD APU system will have much better bang for buck on the GPU front if you can get an A10 model with the 7660G

    Overall Intel Ivy Bridge graphics just are not really ment for gaming period, they are still entry lvl parts
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