Well, an A6-3420M is what the CPU is. The APU is 6520G - not too bad, but nothing, compared to the HD7670M.
Right now, I have NO CONTROL over my lappy's performance, other than the Power4Gear and OverDrive... The stutter with Assassin's Creed III is gone, but so is the activity of my dGPU during that game, so it's not stuttering, yeah - it's lagging, hahaha; the 6520G is not handling the AC III too well.
@Erick Aguilar - have done any OC on these CPU's? 3.4 GHz sounds kinda like a far reach for me, don't you think? Is there any point in overclocking the CPU OR the GPU. I'm having doubts on both instances, although some people claim the A6 I got is VERY open to oc and I've seen the HD 7670M oc'ed at 150MHz+. Do you have any tips on general management with my lappy? I just want to use as much as I can from my laptop and I don't have the knowledge to so, yet.
I am reading a lot, but same problems on other manufacturers like HP or Toshiba are not helpful 2 me, since I have no options in my BIOS for the switch between the APU and dGPU.
Why can't I seem to find the drivers
on the driver
CD? No graphic-related titles there - just a few AMD stuff, but none related to my problem. That is actually the first reason I re-installed Windows. The second is that I can't find how to uninstall my drivers properly, so the CD from the manufacturer can detect I don't have it and install it automatically.
What does all of this mean to you? I mean, other than the fact that I have almost no idea what it means to me, haha. Pretty please?