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  Core i5/i7 IGP 
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G. G. Jun 27, 2013, 07:59am EDT Report Abuse
question -

What would be the equivelant discrete graphics card to the following Intel's Ivy Bridge i5/i7 IGP (4000) and Haswell i5/i7 IGP (4600)????


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Reason Jun 27, 2013, 05:08pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Core i5/i7 IGP

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G. G. Jun 28, 2013, 07:54pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Core i5/i7 IGP
Thanks Reason,

Just wondering.... My wife's system is getting realllllyyyyyy long in the tooth... the other day i was watching her doing a youtube video and it seems not to play it as smoothly as i think it should... Currently she is running a Pentium 4 650 (3.4ghz), 2GB DDR2, and a ATI All-in-Wonder X800 gpu (not using the tuner part) with Window 7. Basically it runs fine but from time to time it just seems to be working pretty hard....

So I was thinking to build her a new system... say a Haswell i5 4670K, z87, 4 or 8GB, and use the internal 4600 IGP.... So i was wondering if the internal igp would be sufficient with today's internet media stuff. She absolutely does not do any intensive games... the only intensive game she does is Mahjong or Windows Solitare. :)

Her system is just over 4yrs old and i am curious if today's IGP in Haswell compares to the X800 from 4yrs ago.


G. G. Jun 28, 2013, 07:59pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Core i5/i7 IGP
Oh by the way......

how would the Intel's Haswell 4600 IGP compares to say a HD4870?





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