FX onboard GPU?

I know intel have HD2000, Hd3000 etc...
Is there an AMD equivalent for bulldozer?
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  1. Technically... Llano aka AMD Fushion would be that, but the llano architechture is based closer to the architecture of Phenom II/Athlon IIs, not bulldozer. Without a discrete graphics card, llano is actually better than Sandy Bridge's on-chip graphics, however, a strong dedicated graphics card will put Sandy Bridge ahead.
  2. So the FX4100 etc... doesn't have on chip GPU because I need something to run games on low until I have enough for a discrete GPU after building new rig. Basically it's FX8120 or i5 2500k but purely based on onboard GPU.
  3. FX processors don't have a built in GPU, I believe some of the AM3+ motherboards still have integrated graphics on them, but they're rather weak considering it's the same graphics chipset AMD used 4 years ago. They struggle to run the original Left 4 Dead, I ran that game on a Radeon 4200 once, wasn't worth it.

    The HD3000 graphics on the I5 will perform better, and paired with a good discrete card the I5 will out game any FX processor anyway.
  4. loneninja said:
    FX processors don't have a built in GPU, I believe some of the AM3+ motherboards still have integrated graphics on them, but they're rather weak considering it's the same graphics chipset AMD used 4 years ago. They struggle to run the original Left 4 Dead, I ran that game on a Radeon 4200 once, wasn't worth it.

    The HD3000 graphics on the I5 will perform better, and paired with a good discrete card the I5 will out game any FX processor anyway.

    Right.

    A llano fusion is only an appropriate choice if you don't intend to add a graphics card later. Say you wanted just a mild system to surf the web, watch movies, play little games here and there like WOW, League of Legends, Runescape, etc. It can handle some high demanding games, but for a purely gaming system, its not very appropriate.
  5. If HD is supported by the game title then go ahead, Skyrim, BF3, F1 2011 I know don't run on Intel HD.
  6. Thanks, Intel it is
  7. Big upgrade from your pentium! :)
  8. Only really got into computers in the last half year or so, old PC was from Currys. 750W PSU is overkill 'cos it's meant for new build :P
  9. Nothing wrong with 750 watts. PSUs degrade over time, and thats one of the few things that actually can be "future-proofed", thats why I have a 750 PSU, I expect to use it for 2 or 3 builds.
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