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Old 18th September 2017, 1:27 PM   #1
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Default Onboard graphics vs Graphics cards

OK so it's a no brainer that a GTX1080 is going to outperform the onboard Intel graphics...

And that ahs pretty much always been the case - onboard vs separate graphics processors

What I am wondering, for the sake of interest, is where do the current on-chip processors sit in comparison with OLDER graphics cars. At some point, a bad enough card is probably a downgrade in performance....

By way of an example.. I have an i7 4770 .. where would that sit in terms of 'parity' with an Nvidia card?

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Old 18th September 2017, 3:09 PM   #2
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OK so it's a no brainer that a GTX1080 is going to outperform the onboard Intel graphics...

And that ahs pretty much always been the case - onboard vs separate graphics processors

What I am wondering, for the sake of interest, is where do the current on-chip processors sit in comparison with OLDER graphics cars. At some point, a bad enough card is probably a downgrade in performance....

By way of an example.. I have an i7 4770 .. where would that sit in terms of 'parity' with an Nvidia card?

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It's 2013 integrated graphics.

All of nVidia's and AMD's current discreet GPU lineup should smash it, even if they only have DDR3 memory.

AMD's 7850K APU with 512 GCN 1.0 cores @ 720Mhz with roughly 35GB/s of bandwidth will also soundly beat it...
Which means even a low-end and old GPU like the Geforce 640 is likely to come out on top.
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Old 18th September 2017, 9:14 PM   #3
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720p resolution on a 7700k:


Apparently you might be able to run overwatch and counter strike at 1080p on medium to high. Your honestly comparing the current gen on CPU graphics to something like a GTX 460 from 2013
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Also worth looking at an item that was on the news page:

https://www.techspot.com/review/1488...radeon-rx-550/

A budget showdown between the 1030 and rx550. These would be far above and beyond that of older on-board despite their weakness compared to modern flagship cards.
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Something like this?
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...rchy,4388.html

If this list is about right, the Intel HD4000 integrated graphics is around the vicinity of:-

nVidia:
9500 GT (DDR2)
8600 GT (GDDR3)
8600 GS
7800 GS
7600 GT
6800 Ultra 7480D (integrated)
6530D (integrated)
6520G (integrated)

AMD:
HD 3670
HD 3650 (DDR3)
HD 2600 XT
X1800 GTO
X1650 XT
X850 XT PE
X800 XT PE
X850 XT
X800 XT
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Cheers.

I guess im wondering whether there would be any benefit putting a graphics card of some sort in my linux box... given that my gaming is done on my windows PC.
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Probably not if you don't game on it
Integrated is perfectly ok for non gaming
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Cheers.

I guess im wondering whether there would be any benefit putting a graphics card of some sort in my linux box... given that my gaming is done on my windows PC.
Well. Unless you intend to do GPU compute such as Folding@Home, Seti, Bitcoin mining, Transcoding etc'. Then... There probably isn't any real point.
The integrated graphics is free and low power.
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Something like this?
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...rchy,4388.html

If this list is about right, the Intel HD4000 integrated graphics is around the vicinity of:-

nVidia:
9500 GT (DDR2)
8600 GT (GDDR3)
8600 GS
7800 GS
7600 GT
6800 Ultra 7480D (integrated)
6530D (integrated)
6520G (integrated)

AMD:
HD 3670
HD 3650 (DDR3)
HD 2600 XT
X1800 GTO
X1650 XT
X850 XT PE
X800 XT PE
X850 XT
X800 XT
Im not saying the list is wrong, but depending on the workload a HD4600 will runs rings around most of the cards listed for movies.
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Im not saying the list is wrong, but depending on the workload a HD4600 will runs rings around most of the cards listed for movies.
A HD4600 is a much more modern, capable IGP than the HD4000 these are compared against.
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