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AMD 760G ATI Hybrid Graphics

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November 22, 2010 4:26:39 AM

I just bought a computer with the ATI Readon 760G chipset (3000HD). I was wondering what the options were for a graphics card to get the Hybrid Graphics working? Also, which one would be the best? And what exactly does the Hybrid Graphics do? Will it be a noticeable difference? My last machine was running a basic GeForce 9400 GT. Finally, should I use the 9400 GT till I get the proper Readon card, will it be better than the on-board graphics? Sorry for all the questions. I looked online but couldn't find any concise info. Thanks for your assistance.
November 22, 2010 5:46:25 AM

The 9400gt is almost twice faster than the 760g. Use the card for now. Also, the hybrid graphics is not a good option. Adding a 3450 will enable it to work in CF with 3000. The CF performance is not very good. Get a good amd 6000 graphic card when you have the money. As of now, 9400gt is your best bet.
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November 28, 2010 8:38:39 PM

wrazor said:
The 9400gt is almost twice faster than the 760g. Use the card for now. Also, the hybrid graphics is not a good option. Adding a 3450 will enable it to work in CF with 3000. The CF performance is not very good. Get a good amd 6000 graphic card when you have the money. As of now, 9400gt is your best bet.



thanks for the advice
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November 28, 2010 9:51:26 PM

Don't forget to check if your PSU supports the GPU you will be buying.
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