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    AMD HD8000M series revealed!

    More details here:

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/6520/a...rst-8000m-gpus

    http://www.techpowerup.com/177432/AM...-Released.html

    It looks a new GPU with 384 GCN cores has been introduced,which means GCN based cards will finally replaced VLIW5 at the low end. The HD8800M series seems to be based on Cape Verde though.

    I wonder,if the next AMD APU will end up with 384 GCN shaders too??


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    Re: AMD HD8000M series revealed!

    That's Sounds Great To Me......

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