[citation][nom]ojas[/nom]What is with all the GPU-core reporting? How is that useful in determining performance? Plus it's misleading in a way, consumers will think in terms of traditional CPU cores.What CPU is this anyway, seems like a Intel part (don't AMD's APUs have much higher "GPU core" count?)."Here, transition to the Post-PC era using our...PC!!!"[/citation]
GPU core count is an aspect of GPU performance. By itself, it's useless, but without it, all other such information is equally useless. Also, I don't think that any current Intel IGPs have even this many cores. It's almost definitely AMD, especially since everything that I've read about them involved AMD CPUs IIRC and the specs line up nicely with some AMD models as mentioned by others.
Also, it's AMD's much higher power APUs that have much more cores than 80, not AMD's very low power consumption models. I also completely disagree with you in your claims about it being misleading except to people who have no business thinking that they have any understanding of the technology. Anyone confusing this stuff would probably be confused regardless of having such information and the many people who can use it would be screwed over in a sense without this information.