I need to purchase a laptop, and I'm trying to get something a little stronger than the Intel 3000 Graphics. I have been looking at the Radeon 6620G and have seen where people are saying it is integrated while others say it is discrete.
On Newegg I found 2 laptops. One was listed with the 6620G as integrated, while a reviewer claimed it was discrete. The other laptop was listed by newegg has having a discrete 6620G, while some reviewers claimed it was integrated. I'm confused.
I just want to know if it is discrete, integrated, or if the 6620G can come either way depending on which laptop it is.
I originally bought a HP DV6z (3530MX CPU) which has a 6620G as it's GPU and it works great for travel and light gaming. Its not a desktop replacement, no where near, but it does perform similar to what you'd get from a low end budget dGPU. I used it for traveling / work until I bought another with a 7690M (AFC / Hybrid SLI) and a 3550MX. Perfect APU for working / traveling and being able to play games at night when your at the hotel.