Usually reading off a list of the abilities of an embedded GPU are fairly quick … determine if it can handle YouTube in high definition and maybe play WoW and move on. APUs offer a bit more interest for enthusiasts with interesting load sharing applications with a discreet GPU and the rise of SandyBridge and Bobcat seem to spell the end of the GPU embedded on a motherboard. However there are still a few tricks left before the end of the line, the new Radeon E6760 isn’t going to win many speed races but it can support up to 6 monitors, a nice trick when you consider that many of these chips will be running displays in casinos, airports and medical imaging. The E4690 is finally retiring, meet the new E6760 at AnandTech.
"Kicking off our coverage of embedded GPUs is AMD’s Radeon E6760, which is launching today. The E6760 is the latest and greatest AMD embedded video card, utilizing the Turks GPU (6600/6700M) from AMD’s value lineup. The E6760 isn’t a product most of us will be buying directly, but if AMD has it their way it’s a product a lot of us will be seeing in action in the years to come in embedded devices."
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