Radeon HD 7520G Vs HD Graphics 4000

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Radeon HD 7520G Vs HD Graphics 4000

Postby hubert » Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:43 am


While the HD Graphics 7520G is faster than the Intel's HD Graphics 3000 ( in the 2nd generation core ix processors), it is slower than the HD Graphics 4000. The HD Graphics 7520G is part of the low end Trinity APU from AMD. While the top of the line Trinity is much faster than the HD Graphics 4000, this is not true for all of the Trinity line. Let us take a look at some benchmark results to prove the point.

Windows 7 Gaming Graphics Experience Index

Though a crude measurement, the Windows 7 Experience Index shows off that the HD Graphics 4000 is better.
Radeon HD 7520G 6.3
HD Graphics 4000 6.4


3DMark 06 Benchmark
Again HD Graphics 4000 wins.

Radeon HD 7520G 4332
HD Graphics 4000 5235
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Postby picadelly » Mon Aug 20, 2012 6:45 pm

What are you talking about. I have checked every website that I know and all say that Trinity is better than Intel in graphics. Are you smoking something or what ? I am just confused.
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Postby hubert » Mon Aug 20, 2012 6:55 pm

I just presented some facts. Why are you arguing. Look at the gaming fps for Anno 2070 ( 2011) in low setting.

HD 7520G 44
HD Graphics 4000 46


The Trinity is better than HD Graphics 4000, but not all Trinities are created equal. If by Trinity you mean HD 7660G - yes it is faster than HD Graphics 4000.

But as I said earlier, not all Trinities are created equal.
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Postby brian23 » Sat Dec 01, 2012 8:42 pm

I have a question - I want to upgrade my 3 year old system. I can get good deals in the year in sale or I can wait. Should I go for the Ivy Bridge or wait for the Haswell to launch. I am gamer. Any input and insight will be highly appreciated.
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Postby BrianKlug » Sat Dec 01, 2012 9:13 pm

brian23 wrote:[color=#000080]I have a question - I want to upgrade my 3 year old system. I can get good deals in the year in sale or I can wait. Should I go for the Ivy Bridge or wait for the Haswell to launch. I am gamer. Any input and insight will be highly appreciated.


It depends upon whether the Haswell comes with 40 EUs as has been rumored else where or the 20 EUs ( it will come with at least 20 EUs for sure). If it comes with 40 EUs, the wait is definitely worth. But again Intel will price its 40 EU version (being called GT3 now) much higher. So it may make sense to go with any Intel processor with graphics like Nvidia's GT 650M. I am sure you can get a good deal. [/color]
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Postby brian23 » Wed Dec 05, 2012 3:36 pm

BrianKlug,

Your dim color makes reading difficult. Please use slightly darker color when you write. That helps everyone. Hope you do not mind.
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Postby Nissan » Sat Dec 15, 2012 2:43 pm

AMD Radeon HD 7520G is a processor graphic card in the trinity APUs, which is a mid-ranged version with reduced clock speed. It comes with UVD3 video decoder, which allows the full decoding of MVC(Multi-view Code), Adobe flash HD videos, and MPEG-4. HD 7520G's APU is still manufactured in 32nm. The shader/core speed of HD7520G ranges from 497MHz to 686 MHz.

Intel HD 4000 is based on Ivy Bridge microarchitecture, which helps in the improvement to the on-die GPU. It is equipped with 16 EUs up from 12 Sandy Bridge. HD 4000 comes with 23nm 3D Tri-gate production process, making its power consumption relatively low. The core/Shader speed ranges from 350MHz to 1350 MHz.
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