The 7560D is not a descrete graphics card.
It's a graphics chip IN the processor - the APU is CPU + GPU in one chip.
The 2nd generation Trinity APUS are still very new, so there is very little information is available for it - especially for us consumers.
We can't buy Trinity APUs - only the OEMs (HP, DELL, Acer, etc) have their hands on it right now.
To be 100% serious, we are NOT 100% sure which graphics cards are compatible for Hybrid Crossfire with the 2nd generation socket FM2 APUs. We have no data - AMD won't release to us.
You can *try* a Radeon HD 6670. It worked with the 1st generation socket FM1 APUs...
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