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Topic Title: How do AMD Neo X2 L625 w/ ATI 4330 HD perform vs Intel SU7300 w/ Nvidia G 105 M?
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Created On: 11/24/2009 06:37 PM
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 11/24/2009 06:37 PM
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Recently, HP released 2 version of an ultra-portable laptop: the DM3Z and DM3T

The difference between these two versions are the platform they run on. While the DM3Z uses AMD CPUs paired with integrated or discreet ATI graphics, the DM3T runs using Intel processors with integrated or discreet graphics from Intel or Nvidia.

An interesting comparison would be the overall SYSTEMS performance of two particular models that are probably most comparable in terms of specs and price:

1.) DM3Z with AMD Neo X2 L625 w/ ATI 4330 same system memory, HD space and other specs.

2.) DM3T with Intel SU7300 w/ Nvidia G 105 M with identical specs otherwise (mem and HD space wise)

Does anyone have or will anyone have either of those systems? Some benchmarking tests that address different uses such as office productivity and web surfing, gaming, HD movie watching, encoding etc., and of course battery life under all of the above situations would be really nice as I have searched the internet and not found any direct comparisons as of yet.

Edited: 11/24/2009 at 07:01 PM by Thornhale
 11/25/2009 11:52 AM
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according to the benchmarks of
the AMD have the better performance in both, CPU and GPU... although they're quite close to each other.
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