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Benchmarking chipset "ext, int"?

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"Int." means the integrated (in the chipset or in the CPU) video adapter is utilized. "Ext." means there's such a video adapter in the system, but instead a discrete video adapter (video card) is used. The video adapter type could affect the benchmark scores slightly or greatly, depending on the actual system used. On modern systems it is less of an impact though.



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