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AMD Radeon HD 7570M or Intel 4000 HD

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by jadbox, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. jadbox

    jadbox Notebook Consultant

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    I just got a Dell Inspiron 14z Ultrabook today and Im really confused. So far playing Diablo 3 and Skyrim i get better fps using the Intel graphics? Looking at notebook check the Radeon HD 7570M should be better. When I play I get around 30-40 playing with the Intel and only 10-15 when using the Radeon HD 7570M? Dont have any idea whats wrong. I know how to use the switchable graphics so its nothing with that. Is it just possible something is wrong with Radeon HD 7570M ? Please help
     
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    im going crazy anyone?
     
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    What settings are you running? Is it plugged in or on the battery?
     
  5. jadbox

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    im running everything about med......no aa and af or whatever.

    using the intel card im getting playable fps (30ish) but when I switch to the amd every game i tried runs at around 10 fps
     
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    Make sure your notebook is in high performance mode and your charger is plugged in. The 7570m should be faster than the HD4000.
     
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    I know thanks.......thats what driving me crazy...but im doing both those things
     
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    Starting to hate AMD never had problems with nvidia
     
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    i think something is wrong with the software because your numbers are flip flopped of what you should be getting. at med. the intel should get about 12fps and the 7570 should be about 30.
     
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    reset the whole computer but think i got it now.....i disabled something called powerplay and now all seems to well
     
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    Oh yeah decrapafie that thing. Dell loves putting crap on their systems.
     
  12. Gamewonder

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    Hey dude i have the same laptop and have te same problem
    If u r using amd 7570 without charger plugged in then the performance is reduced
    Due to power saving issues which have to be checked through settings
    But plug in the charger and use u shoulnnot have the problem
    Hd 7570 runs pretty smooth with charger on but make sure
    You have a cooler or fan beaide because this sustem really gets ht while charger plugged in
    And workong on amd
     
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    Funny when integrated graphics is stronger than dedicated. Dell always had good feeling to choose week discrete graphics, as I can recall their another nonsense favorite GPUs is the 620M Nvidia.
     

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