NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 620M Graphics vs ati 7670m

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please update which is better
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  1. 7670m. Hands down, regardless of what CPU it is coupled with.
  2. I'd say the 7670m unless it's coupled with an A4.

    It'd be better if you linked the laptops you were considering, the CPU is choice is always quite important on a laptop since laptop CPUs are cheap.
  3. nbelote said:
    7670m. Hands down, regardless of what CPU it is coupled with.

    I am with him/her... the Radeon will give you a huge jump for newer games, especially considering it can push Borderlands 2 decently on High with a really fast processor (albeit only about 15-20 FPS). The 620 just can't handle that load, I wouldn't go for it considering this is a new purchase. I think the AMD would give you at least 15%+ performance on higher resolutions than the 620... but this is from what I have seen with my own eyes, no benchmarks. The AMD with an i5 outperformed the 620 on Starcraft II with an i7. It's a shame, because my 6370M couldn't touch either of them, but hey, I still held my own, even though I had lower textures and FPS than they did. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
  4. Why get such a crappy laptop? With a 500$ PC you would probably double your performance and then you could get a cheap netbook or something for mobility. I mean, if you're going to be playing games on a laptop, it's not worth it if in one year or two there isn't a single game you can play decently well.
  5. firedice said:
    Why get such a crappy laptop? With a 500$ PC you would probably double your performance and then you could get a cheap netbook or something for mobility. I mean, if you're going to be playing games on a laptop, it's not worth it if in one year or two there isn't a single game you can play decently well.

    Hilarious! I bought this ASUS K52 a year and a half ago. I can't even play Witcher 2 on it. At all. I have an i7 with a 6370M and still can't run Witcher 2 on LOW settings. It is truly, truly pathetic. So here I am, deciding how I am going to budget my own build this year because for school, work and fun, this laptop is amazing, but for gaming with the big dawgs, I am leaps and bounds behind. My lack of gaming performance should not discourage you from the AMD, this chip is great on other games (I guess Witcher 2 is designed with Nvidia in mind, not sure), but of the two you are looking at, I still firmly believe the 7670M is better than the Nvidia you are bumping it to for performance consideration.
  6. firedice said:
    Why get such a crappy laptop? With a 500$ PC you would probably double your performance and then you could get a cheap netbook or something for mobility. I mean, if you're going to be playing games on a laptop, it's not worth it if in one year or two there isn't a single game you can play decently well.



    Because for some people the mobility and versatility of a single computer will always be worth more than metrics in a pixelated reality.
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