AMD Radeon 660M Integrated GPU God of War RDNA2 FSR
Thanks to the AMD Radeon 660M integrated GPU, some casual gamers may be able to skip on the pricey dedicated graphics cards in the near future. One gamer put this to the test by running God of War on an AMD Ryzen 5 6600H, a Zen3+ based 6-core and 12-thread APU, with the Radeon 660M GPU laptop boasting 16 GB of DDR5-4800 memory. The Radeon 660M is essentially a slimmed down version of the Radeon 680M with just half of the Compute Units.



How does the 660M compare to the 680M? The former has just 6 Compute Units, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing, as it still runs God of War at over 30 frames per second. This was also made possible with the new patch for FSR 2.0. Running the game in both FSR 2.0 Balanced and Performance modes yielded a consistent 30 FPS, with just a few minor dips when in Balanced mode. Or, you could just run the game on the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X laptop, which is unofficially the world’s most powerful.

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