Intel are probably trying to create a 'Hype' about Integrated solutions as their next 32nm CPUS will feature onboard graphics. I have onboard graphics right now and I'm not happy with it. Who IS looking forward to the 32nm CPUs just because of Intels 'fast' integrated solutions?
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Well it all depends. If you have the latest and best integrated graphics, that is pretty decent for old games, but if you have one that is like 2-3 years old, then that just frustrates you. I to be honest with you, I am looking forward to that 32nm CPU. I want to see how it will perform and if it is something big and good then I'll be surprised.
I'm not sold on the concept. You can only optimize a game so much, then its all hardware related. I haven't seen one decent performing onboard chip in all the years I've been on these forums.
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