The folks at HardOCP were able to play some games and run benchmarks on an AMD Hybrid CrossFire system sporting a working DX10 integrated graphics chipset paired with an RV620-based discrete graphics card. With Crysis being the “benchmark” of any 3D video acceleration technology available today, they had to test the game with Hybrid CrossFire enabled. Interestingly, it ran quite well at 1024x768 with most of the visual settings on medium. I won’t go as far as to call this performance stunning, but then again, we are talking about budget integrated graphics boards with a $50 add-in card.
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