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ASUS VivoBook S13 SFN-EYT 8GB RAM GB ROM SSD NVIDIA GeForce MX (N17S-G1) ₱ 41, Battery life test configuration: ASUS VivoBook S13 powered by an Intel® Core™ iU processor with 4GB RAM, integrated graphics, Full HD display, and a GB SATA SSD. Battery tests conducted by ASUS in July using the MobileMark® Office Productivity tool. Test settings: Wi-Fi enabled, display brightness set to 71%. S13 is also surprisingly compact and lightweight, so you can take it with you wherever you go. And with up to the very latest generation Intel processors and discrete graphics, it has the power to help you get things done. SUN-EYT Windows 10 Home/iU/MX/8GB RAM/GB SSD/Icicle Gold $1, SUN-EYT.

 

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ASUS Vivobook S13 SFN-EYT 8GB RAM GB SSD NVIDIA GeForce MX ₱ 46, ASUS VivoBook S13 SFN-EYT 8GB RAM GB ROM SSD NVIDIA GeForce MX (N17S-G1) ₱ 41, Battery life test configuration: ASUS VivoBook S13 powered by an Intel® Core™ iU processor with 4GB RAM, integrated graphics, Full HD display, and a GB SATA SSD. Battery tests conducted by ASUS in July using the MobileMark® Office Productivity tool. Test settings: Wi-Fi enabled, display brightness set to 71%.
 
 
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ATI Radeon 8500: card to card strife?

Here is an interesting message about new cards based on the ATI Radeon 8500 graphics processor: as you all heard, initially the company planned to release the Radeon 8500 with core / memory clock speeds of 250/500 MHz (respectively, 250 MHz DDR memory), however, the cards went retail already with a small surprise – “boxed” Radeon 8500 is sold at 275/550 MHz. So where did the 250/500 MHz options go??

As it turned out, cards with such characteristics are supplied by OEMs. It is the OEM cards, which are supplied mainly for the needs of PC builders, that have frequencies of 250/500 MHz.

Following the naming hierarchy accepted by ATi, such cards should be called Radeon 8200, however, for some reason, both the OEM and the “boxed” versions are called the same – Radeon 8500. For those who buy a ready-made PC with a “Radeon 8500 card inside”, as well as buyers of such cards in OEM bags, I think this clarification will be useful. Source: Tech Report

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