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jmke 25th March 2008 10:31

AMD Radeon HD 3200 / 780G On Linux
Last year AMD introduced the flagship 790 Chipset series as
part of their Spider Platform for use with the Phenom processors and
Radeon HD 3800 graphics. Until earlier this month when AMD introduced
the 780 Series, missing was any chipset with integrated graphics
capabilities supporting these first AMD quad-core processors. Now we
have AMD's 780G and 780V Chipsets, which are designed to be the
mainstream solutions to the 790FX, but they pack the best integrated
graphics processor (IGP) ever created by the combined ATI/AMD
engineering talent. Since its launch at the CeBIT trade show, the AMD
780G has received rave reviews for its vehement performance due to its
graphics core that's derived from the AMD RV610. The benchmarks
available on launch day were only for Microsoft Windows operating
systems, but this morning we have the Radeon HD 3200 Linux results from
the AMD 780G. Is this IGP a crown jewel on Linux?

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