Last week, when AMD released the 780G chipset, they claimed that it redefines gaming for the mainstream PC.
For the first time a complete GPU has been integrated into the chipset, which leads to impressive gaming performance right out of the box.
By adding in a low-end ATI Radeon discrete graphics card to the mix something called ATI Hybrid Graphics technology is enabled that boosts 3D performance even more.
The AMD 780G Chipset supports one x16 PCI Express 2.0 link and is also capable of driving four monitors in SurroundView mode.
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