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Hello gents, what are the rules for Trinity and Richland dual graphics? AMD abandoned the Llano numbering scheme (e.g, 6690D2), but now instead I see people making submissions for individual GPUs (like 8670D or 6670) with dual graphics enabled using Trinity or Richland iGPUs. I searched the forum but couldn't find info. Shouldn't there be a separate GPU entry for each major category of dual graphics, since enabling it changes core config and speed significantly for DX10/11? So for example, maybe a GPU page for "HD 6670 + 8670D (Richland)"? Thanks any staff for clarifying.

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I've always been taking the most powerful graphics card of the two and putting that as a crossfire submission. For example in my laptop I have a 7660G and a 7670M.

 

The 7670M is much more powerful so when I ran them both together in crossfire I submitted the score as a 7670M x2 (i.e. in crossfire)

 

I think that keeps it fair for everyone then because I'm not really gaining anything by running the 7670M with a slower card.

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Yes,but quite a few people do submit wrong when they have dualgraphic on those apu`s.

 

I'm aware of that, whenever you spot a faulty sub don't be afraid to press the Report button or to send me a PM.

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Yes, Ive done that ...and so you fix the problem, or the wrong entrys....youre so fast..thanks

 

In my case it was 3dmarks with the 6620g gpu, and I found out a few of those high score entrys had like 5-7K higher score than us guys without dualgraphics onboard, easy to see what was going on...

 

cheers

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Thanks everyone, Genieben in particular, for clarifying. Is there somewhere on the site that is posted? There must be, right, and I'm just an idiot because I couldn't find it?

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Thanks everyone, Genieben in particular, for clarifying. Is there somewhere on the site that is posted? There must be, right, and I'm just an idiot because I couldn't find it?

 

Not sure, it always was one of those unwritten rules I guess.

Will propose to add it to the General Benchmark Rules anyway.

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