- 32nm Trinity 100W
- 4MB L2 Cache
- AMD Radeon HD 7560D
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Seems good to me 12/07/2012
-Great price/performance ratio considering the onboard graphics don't entirely suck.
-Lets you get GPU video acceleration without buying a discrete video card, reducing the amount of power and noise the system makes.
-Native USB3.0 This is way better for compatibility with USB3.0 and legacy USB devices than the drivers you need to download for Intel boards.
Stock heatsink isn't very good, but it's still better than the dinky thing Intel gives with their Ivy Bridge processors.
Is Intel still top dog when it comes to performance? Yeah. So if you game and want the highest possible framerate, ridiculous memory speeds and for considerably more money, go to them. For everything else, I prefer AMD.
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