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I must have over looked the D in the card's name when I did my search.
as far as I know there is no Dedicated Physical Card version of a 6350D, the lowest 6000 series is a 6450. At least I've never seen a 6300 GPU Card before.
As to Onboard Motherboard or CPU Graphics, there is a Mobile (laptop) Radeon 6350M however.
Looks like some system builders are advertising a HD 6350D, found an HP System with one, and sure enough it is an AMD A-Series APU (one of the Fusion platform Llano's I mentioned earlier)
HP - Pavilion Desktop / AMD A-Series Processor / 6GB Memory / 1TB Hard Drive - p7-1154
Like I mentioned the Graphics are integrated on the CPU core, so in effect they are Integrated graphics, but they are many times more powerful than Intels Traditional Crap Onboard Graphics.
unlike Intels Integrated stuff, the AMD CPU's and their Integrated Radeons, at least ones with a 6500 series GPU in it, are actually capable of playing most games at lower to moderate settings, with exception of some of the really high end games.
Was this an Athlon II X4?
I know that one of the Llano's models is a Llano with out the graphics on it, and sold as an Athlon II X4.
Is this the CPU the PC your looking at has in it?
Newegg.com - AMD Athlon II X4 631 Llano 2.6GHz Socket FM1 100W Quad-Core Desktop Processor AD631XWNGXBOX
Do you have a link to the actual system your looking at?
Whats the price of the system, and what exactly are you planning to do on it?
I'm buying a new computer and it said the Graphics Chip was a 6350D. I wanted one that had Dedicated graphics for Gaming.
It had a Athalon x4 8GB of Ram and 1 TB of HDD which made it seem like a really good deal. But I guess the ded card bottle necks it.
Did you mean 6530D?
I can't find any mention of a 6350D (D usually refers to one of the AMD Fusion platform Llanos Chips that are dedicated graphics integrated onto the CPU core itself)
There is a 6370D on the lowest end Dual Core Llanos, but no 6350D.
It's dedicated. Why?
Does anyone know if this is integrated or dedicated?
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