Radeon HD 7620G IGP 

Released May, 2012
  • 360 MHz

The V248QE is a 144Hz 24” 1080p TN display, a good fit for gamers but not exactly the best looking display in the world.
by Anand-Lal-Shimpi (Dec, 2013)
Unlike moving to a higher resolution or increasing quality settings, G-Sync’s value is best realized in specific scenarios where there’s a lot of frame rate variability - particularly between 30 and 60 fps.
by Anand-Lal-Shimpi (Dec, 2013)

Benchmarks Real world tests of the Radeon HD 7620G IGP

3DMark 11 Graphics Industry standard benchmark that tests DirectX 11 GPU performance

Radeon HD 7620G IGP
GeForce 940MX

3DMark Vantage Graphics Industry standard benchmark that tests DirectX 10 GPU performance

Radeon HD 7620G IGP

3DMark06 Industry standard benchmark that tests DirectX 9 GPU performance

Radeon HD 7620G IGP
GeForce 940MX

In The News From around the web

As for UWP's continued evolution, the blog post does tease that we should "expect to see some exciting developments on multiple GPUs in DirectX 12 in the near future.
For G-Sync and FreeSync users, the ability to draw to the screen at any range of render rates will offer an even further advantage of uncapped frame rates, no tearing but also, no "dropped" frames caused by running at off-ratios of a standard monitor's refresh rate.

Dissecting G-Sync and FreeSync - How the Technologies Differ

by Ryan Shrout |
If your game is rendering at 40 FPS, lower than the minimum VRR window, then you will again see the result of tearing (with VSync off) or the potential for stutter and hitching (with VSync on).
But, this method requires a local frame buffer and requires logic on the display controller to work.

Mobile G-Sync Confirmed and Tested with Leaked Alpha Driver

by Allyn Malventano |
It is very difficult to capture this on video in a way that will be easy to see on playback, so I broke out the flicker testing gear we developed for our earlier testing on the ROG Swift.
This laptop was equipped with a 1080p display, making that a bit difficult but not impossible.

AOC ships 24-inch G2460PG G-SYNC monitor

by Fuad Abazovic |
Nvidia G-SYNC will eliminate annoying screen tearing and minimise display stutter, but of course it will only work with Kelpler and Maxwell cards.
The display is available at Micro Center for $449, which sounds very steep for a 1080p 24-inch panel.

Specifications Full list of technical specs


GPU brand AMD
GPU name Devastator
Clock speed 360 MHz
Turbo clock speed 497 MHz
Is dual GPU No
Reference card None

noise and power


raw performance

Shading units 384
Texture mapping units 24
Render output processors 8
Compute units 6
Pixel rate 2.88 GPixel/s
Texture rate 8.64 GTexel/s
Floating-point performance 276.5 GFLOPS
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