A APU is a 'low power, low end, low cost' solution to allow you to just 'turn on the computer' and use it, nothing more. The 'GPU' is built right into the APU, but it is only meant to 'display' not for 'rendering' (aka games, AutoCAD, etc.). All you need to do is plug in the video cable to the case and your done.
Then maybe .. FORBES? http://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonevangelho/2013/08/21/t... " provided you’re willing to make significant compromises like dropping down to 720p and reducing overall quality" - Oh and what is this? A chart, and OHHH Sleeping Dogs on here, and when on Medium settings 1600-900 we average in the 30s! Standard GAMING PERFORMANCE (not that 'yes it runs' but actually AS ADVERTISED) is 1080P, 50FPS or more, HIGH settings+.
So while your worldly educated random post seems to be in error, I would say maybe YOU should study the information and not watch a bunch of faked YouTube Videos as 'evidence'. For anyone thinking YouTube videos don't lie.. watch https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQSpnDG3YsFNf5-qHocF-W... thank you.. and remember it is Up Up Down Down Left right Left Right 1 2 for your free cable TV code!!!