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HD 7670m 2gb problem

Alczi

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Hey there, in using laptop samsung np350e7c with radeon 7670m on win10 64bit. Im pretty sure that something is wrong, got terrible lags during gaming even on low details. Actually got CCC ver. 15.201.1151.1008. On newer software got error 43. On ccc got all option on maximum performance but it's still laggy, when i try to disable intel hd 4000 it shows that i dont have any gpu :< last photo is during render test
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Wow old TeraScale 2 (VLIW5), and a very lowly one at that. With 480 Stream Processors and DDR3 that is like an HD 4650, pretty bad for anything except maybe old stuff from ~2005. Don't expect much from that.

Also only some ancient legacy drivers would work with that. I'd stick to the ones that came with the laptop.
 
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Wow old TeraScale 2 (VLIW5), and a very lowly one at that. With 480 Stream Processors and DDR3 that is like an HD 4650, pretty bad for anything except maybe old stuff from ~2005. Don't expect much from that.

Also only some ancient legacy drivers would work with that. I'd stick to the ones that came with the laptop.
Haven't come across a 7670 or 7670M since I was looking for my first modern desktop. 7670M is slower than the HD 7670 because of the DDR3 bus, which is in turn slower than the OEM 128-bit GDDR5 version of the GT 640 that I had, which is on par with the HD 7750 and in turn slower than the HD 7770 both which were the actually new GCN-based Cape Verde products. So being pre-GCN, it's pretty much not going to run anything modern in 2020.

Basically a direct rebrand of the HD 6670.

I could play BF3 at decent settings with fluid 50-60fps on my GT 640, but the retail GT 640 with either the narrow GDDR5 bus or the wide DDR3 bus would not be capable of such performance, and neither would the 7670 let alone the 7670M.
 
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Well the good news is back in 2008, those specs made a descent entry GPU. You could certainly play a lot of games from G.O.G. at 720p at good settings and performance. It should run stuff like TES Oblivion or Dragon Age Origins at moderate settings, but probably 720p to get good frames.
 

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Normally i use ps4 for gaming. That laptop is for strategies only. But anyway when i disable intel graphics i recieve error code 43 from radeon :<
 
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