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Radeon R2 Stoney Ridge. GeForce Go Ultra. Mobility Radeon HD For detailled information on the benchmark results, click on the fps number. Radeon R4 Stoney Ridge. Radeon R9 MX Crossfire.

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Mobility Radeon HD Crossfire. The core is based on the M GS but without dedicated memory. For more games that might be playable and a list of all games and graphics cards visit our Gaming List. Radeon R5 Bristol Ridge.

Quality journalism is made possible by advertising. HD Graphics Ivy Bridge. Radeon HD M Crossfire. Iris Pro Graphics P The following benchmarks stem from our benchmarks of review laptops. Mobility Radeon HD v.

PassMark – GeForce M G – Price performance comparison

Radeon R2 Stoney Ridge. The M G chipset should be similar to the desktop GeForce chipset graphics. Please share our article, every link counts! So the results don’t have to be representative for all laptops with this GPU. For detailled information on the benchmark results, click on the fps number.

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GeForce 4 Go. Radeon R4 Stoney Ridge. Mobility Radeon HD HD Graphics Braswell. We show the least amount of ads whenever possible.

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HybridPower is a technique to choose between the integrated and dedicated graphics core, if performance or battery runtime is needed.

NVIDIA GeForce M G – Tech

As the M GS, the M G features 8 stream processors that do the work of the former dedicated pixel- and vertex-shaders. Radeon R5 Stoney Ridge.

GeForce Go Ultra. Intel Extreme Graphics 2. Up to now the user has to use a tool to switch between the GPUs. Radeon RX Desktop. The performance depends on the used graphics memory, clock rate, processor, system settings, drivers, and operating systems.