"In early March AMD had announced the 780 Series Chipset for
motherboards, which is designed to be the low-end Phenom-compatible
version of the 790FX Chipset. What makes the 780G and 780V Chipsets
special, however, are their integrated Radeon HD 3200 graphics. In
March we had delivered our Linux review of the Radeon HD 3200 and
were pleased by the results for this IGP that had performed at
about the same rate as the discrete Radeon HD 2400PRO. The Radeon
HD 3200 also possesses a Unified Video Decoder (UVD) and Hybrid
CrossFire for splitting the graphics rendering load in a similar
fashion to CrossFire but between the 780G and a compatible PCI
Express x16 graphics card. Neither of these two features, however,
are supported by any Linux driver--right now..."
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