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    Default AMD Radeon HD 7000 series News

    Now that AMD only has three more low-end cards from the Radeon HD 6000 series to release, the company is starting to turn most of its attention towards its upcoming 28nm Southern Islands GPUs, and a recent report claims these are scheduled to enter mass production as soon as May, hinting at a June or July release date.

    However, the information available until now suggests that AMD's Southern Islands GPUs are based on the same architecture as that employed by the company in its current Cayman cores (found in the Radeon HD 6900 cards.

    This will be tweaked for the 28nm manufacturing process and the smaller production node will allow AMD to install more streaming units inside the Radeon HD 7000 series GPUs.

    At this point, we can only speculate about the performance of the new AMD graphics cores, but the advancement in fabrication technology could even allow a single-GPU HD 7000 to catch up with the current Radeon HD 6990.

    The first batch of Southern Islands parts will be built by TSMC, with some of the later ones moving to GlobalFoundries if all goes well with its 28nm fabrication technology.

    Previous leaks place the launch of the first Radeon 7000M GPUs in Q4 of 2011, which falls in line with the Q3 release of the desktop Southern Islands GPUs since AMD always intros the desktop version of its GPUs first.

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    Default Re: AMD Radeon HD 7000 series News

    Too bad I already spent all my reps already


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    Default Re: AMD Radeon HD 7000 series News

    Hmm.....6450 and others have been released already...

    and you are right...lets see what happens....

    Dhukker kotha ki bolbo....5000 or 6000 series card i kinte parlaam na...ekhon arekta ashtese....

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    Default Re: AMD Radeon HD 7000 series News

    This is too much.

    Ekta series ber korte na kortei r ekta.sobai pagla kuttar moto chuttese.manush kon series kinbe vebe kul paitesena.This is a kind of faizlami with the users.oi din BG te kar post e jani dekhsilam uni bolse"grafix card company ra user der mone kore bill gates er polapain" ekhon to sottie tai mone hoitese.

    Avas vai dukkho koiren na.Jei card e apnar pc te sob game motamoti valo chole oi card kine khich maira boisha thaklei valo.ojotha hujuger pise chuita nijer time r taka nosto korara mane nai.
    Last edited by Banglavai; April 14th, 2011 at 16:17.

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    Default Re: AMD Radeon HD 7000 series News

    ki ar korum...kotha bhul bolen nai....esara amgo pokke shombhob na...

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    Default Re: AMD Radeon HD 7000 series News

    New series to ashbei, but tar maane na to je amader kintei hobe As long as you get proper support you shouldn't complain. nvidia released the 500 series 6 months after the 400 series, but similar architecture bole akhono drivers e onek onek improvements pai, so no complains from me

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    Default Re: AMD Radeon HD 7000 series News

    Plus lets not forget about the price competition. More products in same segments reduces the monopoly attitudes in business. Many times we seen situations like when a new Gpu launched either by Nvidia or AMD, some Gpus gets price cuts. I know in BD market we cant get this benefits properly but thats not the Graphics card manufacturers fault its the fault of our computer market strategies, but atleast we gets variety of products to choose from and those who loves to research, waits for the right moment and pics the right product.
    Last edited by RonzDrive; April 14th, 2011 at 18:48.

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    Default Re: AMD Radeon HD 7000 series News

    Ami seta bolte chai nai.just bujhate chaise j grafix Company der eto ghono ghono series release hoha karon buyer(user) ra sometimes confused and frustrated hoye pore.Jodi ek ek ta series er time gap ta ektu besi hoy tahole seta oneker jonno o better hoy.Such as ekjon onek taka kroch 6870 card recently kinlo r 4-5 months pore dekhlo j 7870 ese porse tokhon emnei mon kharap hoye jabe j notun series ese porse kinte na kintei.jodio performance e temon kono difference nai(suppose).

    and @aayman_farzand vai kotha thik e bolsen, oder sathe amader competition kore grafix card change korar o dorkar nai.and parbo o na.

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    Default Re: AMD Radeon HD 7000 series News

    Basically a new card doesnt mean that you will be left in the dust, its the major DX upgrades that leads you to upgrade, for example people with 8800's still played at high details with most games till the launch of GTX 295, and then Dx 11 came along with 5870, thats when people needed to change, a new arch. Since the basic arch is similar, there shouldnt be much of a difference.
    FTW!!!!!!!!!!

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    Default Re: AMD Radeon HD 7000 series News

    Some misinformation in that article. Lots in fact.

    :/

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    GPU code of HD 7000 series revealed

    The code names of AMD's upcoming Southern Islands GPUs, which will power the company's next generation Radeon HD 7000 video cards, have just been leaked to reveal that the product family will be comprised of at least four different graphics cores.

    The four GPUs that were listed in the changelog of the HWiNFO32 v3.73 tool, are called Tahiti, New Zealand, Thames and Lombok.

    Details about the rest of the GPUs are scarce at this time, but the Southern Islands architecture is basically a die shrink of the current Cayman core found inside the Radeon HD 6970. AMD hasn't made any official statements at this time regarding the release date of the Radeon HD 7000-series GPUs, but most of the available evidence seems to point out to an early Q3 launch.

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    Default Re: AMD Radeon HD 7000 series News

    still im fine with my flagship 4870
    thanks allah that i changed my mind to buy a ps3 rather 6000 series...

    7000...8000....9000.......chalay jao AMD...

    but dont support developers for pc....

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    AMD to tape out two 28 nm chips this quarter

    Advanced Micro Devices expects to tape-out two 28nm designs during the second quarter, the company revealed. At present it is unknown whether the firm will attempt to test manufacturing of forthcoming 28nm graphics processing units at TSMC or other 28nm chips like next-generation GPUs or accelerated processing units (APUs) at Globalfoundries.

    "We expect several 28nm tape-outs during the current quarter. We balance our loading according to risk performance and price. But we also said that there is, of course, a natural incentive for us at this point to work closely with Globalfoundries, and that is, of course, something we continue to do," said Thomas Seifert, interim chief executive officer of AMD and chief financial officer.

    In electronics design, the term “tape out” is used to describe the final result of the design cycle of a chip that will be used for manufacturing the first physical samples. This is usually a pretty lengthy process, so the first batches of the chips AMD plans to tape out later in this quarter aren't expected to reach the market until Q1 2012.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Some misinformation in that article. Lots in fact.
    Point em out please, I would love to learn what's right and what's wrong, after all you can never learn too much.

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