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which better a10 5800k + hd 6670 or single HD 7750

Last response: in Graphics & Displays
May 23, 2013 2:31:01 PM


im thinking to buy graphic card i have AMD A10-5800K APU

system Manufacturer: BIOSTAR Group

System Model: Hi-Fi A85W

BIOS: BIOS Date: 12/19/12 11:54:51 Ver: 04.06.05
Processor: AMD A10-5800K APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics (4 CPUs), ~3.8GHz
Memory: 4096MB RAM @ 1600 MHz
Available OS Memory: 3544MB RAM
My Power Supply is Dell 400 mw

i saw some threads over the internet about dual graphic APU + HD 7 series but im not really sure if its true or not cuz some confirm its work and some says no way .

so i have 2 question which is

can i use APU with any HD 7 series or NOT ? and if i can which one and is worth it ?

the last question if i use 6670 would be better then HD 7750 which is a little more than 6670 but not too much and by 6670 i mean with 1Gb DDR5


do i need to upgrade my Ram ?

Thank you in Advance
a b U Graphics card
May 23, 2013 2:58:12 PM

1. Not to my knowledge, only up to 6670
2. If you could, it might be worth it, but to my knowledge you cannot
3. Dual Graphics is a cool concept, but it just doesn't perform as well as one might hope. You'd really be better off with the 7750
4. Doesn't seem like you need a RAM upgrade. Why do you ask?
May 23, 2013 3:10:24 PM

i just found Video in the Youtube for a guy who make APU + 7750 works

one more question is there 7700 graphic card ? cuz i didnt found it around the web only 7750

this is benchmark is this good i dont really know a lot about benchmark or not

4. Doesn't seem like you need a RAM upgrade. Why do you ask?
people says its much better if i use 2100 ram

Thank you for reply
a b U Graphics card
May 23, 2013 3:20:23 PM

Fascinating ... there you go then! Go for the 7750, worst case is it doesn't work in dual graphics, best case is it does.

7700 is the series, not the specific card

Hard to tell on that benchmark , seems ok but don't know the settings on which it was run

Your RAM is just fine.