Not only did the company introduce a complementary hardware ecosystem, complete with processor, chipset, and graphics solution, but it succeeded in trumping the best effort of its principal rival.
Intel’s G35 simply couldn’t keep up with the 780G’s alacrity in gaming and video decoding.
The 780G chipset demonstrated somewhat playable frame rates—a boast most built-in GPUs cannot make.
We heard grumblings that the built-in Radeon HD 3200 graphics weren’t enough to give mainstream gamers the high resolutions and detailed textures today’s titles offer.
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