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heylookbatista

Can anyone help me find the exact name of this graphics card?

3 minutes ago, jaslion said:

Oh then it's most likely just wrong reading of the card or a unofficial cutdown version. The 7000m and 8000m series mid range is a big mess and a lot of things happened there that just kinda make you go huh?

 

44 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

HD 8670M, but the shader count doesn't really match to what I found online. It could be a more cutdown version maybe.

 

8600M Series. That's not the exact model of the GPU.

Oh, thanks, guys. Appreciate your help.

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HD 8670M, but the shader count doesn't really match to what I found online. It could be a more cutdown version maybe.

 

3 minutes ago, Chris Pratt said:

It's right there: Radeon HD 8600M.

8600M Series. That's not the exact model of the GPU.


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Just now, Mateyyy said:

8670M, but the shader count doesn't really match to what I found online. It could be a more cutdown version maybe.

 

8600M Series. That's not the exact model of the GPU.

Yes, that's what I'm confused about. The specs don't match to anything. 

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1 minute ago, heylookbatista said:

Yes, the same. 8600M Series.

Is this an apu laptop? As in apu + dedicated gpu?

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30 minutes ago, jaslion said:

Is this an apu laptop? As in apu + dedicated gpu?

no, it isn't

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9 minutes ago, heylookbatista said:

yes

apu + dedicated gpu

Oh well explains. Those laptops pretty much across the board have wrong gpu-z readouts and massive driver install headaches usually so it's probably just reading the wrong amount of cores as it's detecting 2 different gpu's and just messing things up because of that. Don't worry too much about it. Will still perform the same. Just disable the dual graphics crossfire stuff if you want better performance in games as it kinda just doesn't work well and causes more issues than it helps.

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2 minutes ago, jaslion said:

Oh well explains. Those laptops pretty much across the board have wrong gpu-z readouts and massive driver install headaches usually so it's probably just reading the wrong amount of cores as it's detecting 2 different gpu's and just messing things up because of that. Don't worry too much about it. Will still perform the same. Just disable the dual graphics crossfire stuff if you want better performance in games as it kinda just doesn't work well and causes more issues than it helps.

oh i'm so sorry. i misread the above comment. it is an intel cpu i3-4010u.

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1 minute ago, heylookbatista said:

oh i'm so sorry. i misread the above comment. it is an intel cpu i3-4010u.

Oh then it's most likely just wrong reading of the card or a unofficial cutdown version. The 7000m and 8000m series mid range is a big mess and a lot of things happened there that just kinda make you go huh?

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3 minutes ago, jaslion said:

Oh then it's most likely just wrong reading of the card or a unofficial cutdown version. The 7000m and 8000m series mid range is a big mess and a lot of things happened there that just kinda make you go huh?

 

44 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

HD 8670M, but the shader count doesn't really match to what I found online. It could be a more cutdown version maybe.

 

8600M Series. That's not the exact model of the GPU.

Oh, thanks, guys. Appreciate your help.

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