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AMD Radeon HD 7560D?

The AMD Radeon HD 7560D is the integrated card in the Trinity A8 APU. My question is what graphics card is it most similar to and can it play skyrim on medium?
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  2. I think it was able to crossfire with the 6670?

    You could probably get away with it on medium easily, just don't have a ton of mods.

    Your best bet would be to go with an external GPU if you're worried at all about a perfect gaming experience. The IGP will get you by for now, though.
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  4. those apu's can cross fire with any gpu of equal speck or less 75xx(if they make it) or a 65xx class card
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161374
  5. lordofdeath242 said:
    those apu's can cross fire with any gpu of equal speck or less 75xx(if they make it) or a 65xx class card
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161374


    is crossfire better than just replacing it with a medium card?
  6. No.
  7. rto_c said:
    The AMD Radeon HD 7560D is the integrated card in the Trinity A8 APU. My question is what graphics card is it most similar to and can it play skyrim on medium?


    I have a Medion computer cost just £350 from Aldi using the A8-5500 with the AMD Radeon HD 7560D built in. I use a 1680x1050 monitor and skyrim plays in high detail by default . memory is important so get 8GB og 1866MHz memory(i haven't upgraded my 4GB 1333 yet) and you may push some of the individual settings past the equivalent of high default. I was going to add a graphic card straight away but have been impressed enough to hold on for a while and stick with standard.
  8. I currently have an A8-5600k with 4gb DDR3 1600 (I run 1600x900)

    The integrated 7560D is very impressive for on board graphics, and can easily run some newer games medium/high (if you're not in a HIGH rez and satisfied around 30FPS) and from benchmarks I've seen doing dual graphics with a HD 6670 pushes about the same performance as running it with a dedicated HD 7850. The big difference I would say is what you go with ram-wise. I'd recommend 1600/1866MHz with 4-8gb to stay up-to-date with current games.
  9. the faster the ram you have the better will be the performance of the integrated graphics.
    also the 7660D is equivalent to roughly 6570 so i assume 7560D is equivalent to something between 6450 and 6570.
    adding a 6670 to 7560D will make it equivalent to 6750 or so
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