780G iGPU better/worse ATI 9800 Pro

So I've looked around and can't seem to find benchmarks that can tell me what I want, nor any forum posts. Will the integrated Graphics on a 780G board (or any others for that matter, G31?) be faster or slower than my ATI 9800 Pro in an AGP slot.
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  1. THe intergrated graphics on AMD chipset boards isnt all that bad to be honest, great for HTPC's and I guess decent for low level gaming. I think the 780G has intergrared HD 3200 but dont quote me on that. Im preety sure it can top the 9800pro considering that card is about 5 years old.
  2. The 780G may be the newest integrated graphics but I don't think the best integrated graphics can beat the weakest graphics card within the last decade.
  3. pcgamer12 is dead-wrong, vastly underestimating how weak graphics cards can get... Even Intel's GMA 900 was capable of, for instance, going close to neck-and-neck with the GeForce FX 5200.

    In the case of the Radeon HD 3200 in the 780G chipset, it DOES feature a lot more complexity than most GPUs of only a few years back, and includes 40 stream processors at a full 500MHz. The benchmarks show that, save for one result, it consistently falls to 80-90% of the performance of the HD 3450, well above the likes of the Radeon X1300. Which, I believe, would put it a bit over the Radeon 9800pro.
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