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Posted by on Jul 25, 2012 in Hardware News |

Intel and AMD Ivy Bridge Trinity tested with Counter Strike: Global Offensive

Intel and AMD Ivy Bridge Trinity tested with Counter Strike: Global Offensive

On 21 August this year will debut the new exponent of the popular series, the new Counter Strike: Global Offensive, from VR-Zone brings us a little preview of graphics performance on current IGP AMD.

The game was tested on the Intel IGP HD Graphics 4000 (the most potent of the microprocessor IGP Bridge-MB/ULV/DT Ivy ) and HD 7660G (the more powerful IGP for AMD APU Trinity / ULV / LV ) where as expected, the AMD IGP graph showed the most muscle performance providing approximately 33.33% higher.

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Although the teams tested are not comparable (a Ultrabook against a notebook), it is estimated that the IGP increased power to the Trinity-LV/ULV Ultrathins (Radeon HD 7620G/7500G) also show enhanced graphics that Intel IGP HD Graphics 4000, although a somewhat smaller range than that shown by the HD Radeon 7660G.

Links:
AMD’s Trinity – Best Mobile Solution for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (Softpedia)
Ivy Bridge Mobile HD 4000 and Trinity A10 – Can They handle CS: Go on the go? (VR-Zone)

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