AMD Chips - Hudson D1 vs AMD E-350


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    well depends HD6310 or HD6320 and is it a E450

    That is what Hudson D1 is which i actualy own in my specs

    easily would be the E450 model based on it having a little more cpu power E350 is 1,6Ghz Turbo E450 1,65 Turbo

    Also HD6320 Discret graphic card can play DX9 /10 games on decent settings if that is what you also plan to do
    Resident evil 4 for comparission it is playable on medium settings at about 15 to 25fps
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    OK, just discovered the system I am looking at has a Hudson D1 E-350 with AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics. Will this manage HD 720p well and stream HD...and maybe some games?

    How does the above compare to a system with this:
    -Atom D525
    -Next-Generation NVIDIA ION™ w/512MB DDR3
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    badspell68 said:
    OK, just discovered the system I am looking at has a Hudson D1 E-350 with AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics. Will this manage HD 720p well and stream HD...and maybe some games?

    How does the above compare to this:
    -Atom D525
    -Next-Generation NVIDIA ION™ w/512MB DDR3
    The atom is smaller and not as powerful most Atom cpu's go 1.Ghz and the graphics is 512mb vs 6310 being atleast over a gig of dedicated ram if you look at mine the almost the same gpu so i would assume you would get about the same dedicated ram at 1973Mb dedicated vs a measly 512 mb

    If you can get a E350 cool but E450 would be round the same price i would go with a E-series over intel Atom
    Last edited by Solarstarshines; 29 Aug 2012 at 00:25.
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    Thanks!
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    No problem

    I hope what ever you pick works out and by the way

    you can add another 4GB to that E-350 and it will run very smooth @8Gb that is one of the first things i did was add ram if you are doing extensive video decoding i suggest getting another set of ram for really good stability on video encoding just a suggestion
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