HD Graphics Ivy Bridge. GeForce GT Desktop. HD Graphics Bay Trail. Windows 7 Experience Index – Graphics. You can select more than one device. Crysis – GPU Benchmark Radeon R5 Stoney Ridge.
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M SLI vs NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M
Created at Mon, 24 Dec Radeon R5 Stoney Ridge. We intentionally show more ads when an adblocker is used.
Radeon R5 Bristol Ridge. Cinebench R10 – Shading 32Bit. Need for Speed Shift Call of Duty 4 – Modern Warfare Quality journalism is made possible by advertising. GeForce Go GS.
Left 4 Dead Radeon R4 Stoney Ridge. HD Graphics Ivy Bridge. Quake 3 Arena – Timedemo Radeon RX Desktop. So far, this works only in Windows Vista.
Iris Pro Graphics Radeon R7 Cores Kaveri Desktop. Radeon R9 MX Crossfire. Crysis – Slu Benchmark Iris Pro Graphics P HybridPower is a Windows Vista-only technology that allows users to switch between the integrated and dedicated graphics core for power-saving purposes.
In the future, Nvidia intends to evolve zli software for automatic switching depending on the active application now known as Optimus.
Created at Mon, 24 Dec This is in contrast to the Catalyst drivers of the X2 at the time of our review. Please share our article, every link counts!
NVIDIA GeForce GTX M SLI – Tech
For detailled information on the benchmark results, click on the fps number. Notably, Nvidia drivers support the deactivation of SLI to save power.
Meanwhile, older games should 20m able to run fluently under high resolutions and full details. Cinebench R10 – Shading 32Bit.
Crysis – CPU Benchmark Up to now, the user had to use a tool to switch between the GPUs. Intel Extreme Graphics 2. GeForce Go GT.
PassMark – GeForce GTX M – Price performance comparison
Notably, Nvidia drivers support the deactivation of SLI to save power. Intel Extreme Graphics 2. Supreme Commander – FA Bench This is due to the inconsistent delays between subsequent frames being rendered and shown onscreen.