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    http://www.engadget.com/2013/01/07/amd-radeon-hd-8000-series/

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    Most of the secrets surrounding AMD's latest
    series of mobile graphics chips have been known
    for a while now, but that didn't stop the company
    from making everything official today. Intended
    for traditional laptops and ultrathins alike, the
    Radeon HD 8000M series supports DirectX 11.1
    and stands as the first of the company's mobile
    GPUs to incorporate the AMD Graphics Core Next
    architecture. The lineup consists of the Radeon
    HD 8800M, HD 8700M, HD 8600M and HD
    8500M. The chip manufacturer announced that
    the Radeon HD 8000M series has already been
    incorporated into products from ASUS and
    Samsung -- no surprises here -- and also let it be
    known that we can expect similar offerings from
    Dell, Lenovo and other OEMs in short order.
    Rounding out the GPU announcements from
    AMD, the company also took the opportunity to
    crow that its Radeon HD 8000 series for desktops
    is now en route to OEM partners. What's more,
    we can expect desktop rigs with this technology
    to begin arriving on store shelves later this
    month. If you're thirsty for more information, feel
    free to soak up the PR after the break.
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    AMD Delivers Enhanced Gaming and
    Improved Application Performance with
    Latest Mobile and Desktop Graphics
    Technology
    AMD Radeon HD 8000M Mobile and HD 8000
    Desktop Graphics for OEMs Deliver Award-
    winning GCN Architecture, Full DirectX 11.1
    Support and Exceptional Performance-per-watt
    LAS VEGAS, NV - 2013 International Consumer
    Electronics Show -1/7/2013
    AMD (NYSE: AMD) today launched the AMD
    Radeon™ HD 8000M Series of mobile graphics
    processing units (GPUs) set to deliver discrete
    graphics performance to a variety of notebook
    designs, including the incredibly portable ultrathin
    form factor. The AMD Radeon HD 8000M Series
    are the first notebook GPUs to be offered with the
    award-winning AMD Graphics Core Next (GCN)
    Architecture, which delivers exceptional compute
    power and performance while stretching battery
    life through AMD Enduro™ Technology. Designs
    are currently shipping with ASUS and Samsung,
    with Lenovo and additional OEMs shipping soon.
    Additionally, AMD announced the availability of
    AMD Radeon™ HD 8000 Series desktop graphics,
    available only through OEMs. The AMD Radeon
    HD 8000 Series features revolutionary GCN
    Architecture with support for DirectX® 11.1 for
    optimal acceleration of Windows® 8 platforms,
    AMD App Acceleration to enhance GPU
    performance, and features intelligent power
    management technology such as AMD
    PowerTune with boost. Both announcements
    represent a commitment from AMD to provide
    the ideal graphics solution for everyday notebook
    and desktop users, whether they're gaming,
    streaming online HD videos, creating
    presentations or editing photos or videos.
    "Today's simultaneous launches of our AMD
    Radeon HD 8000M Series for mobile and the AMD
    Radeon HD 8000 Series for desktop graphics
    symbolize a major milestone for AMD – we are
    now bringing the capabilities of our GCN
    Architecture, and full DirectX 11.1 support to a
    much broader market," said Matt Skynner,
    corporate vice president and general manager,
    AMD Graphics. "More than ever, AMD is ensuring
    users are fully covered when it comes to
    graphics power. The AMD Radeon 8000M Series
    for mobile and the AMD Radeon HD 8000 Series
    for desktop deliver outstanding compute power
    to drive productivity and multimedia applications,
    help improve video and image quality from web
    browsing to gaming, and provide outstanding
    battery life through it all."
    The AMD Radeon HD 8800M, HD 8700M, HD
    8600M and HD 8500M GPUs are graphics
    powerhouses, ideal for users who are seeking to
    upgrade their existing notebook and want a
    superior, industry-leading graphics experience.
    Whether on-the-go, at work or at home, the
    AMD Radeon HD 8000M Series meets the
    everyday demands of any user. The AMD
    Radeon HD 8000M Series features AMD Enduro
    Technology, a cutting-edge power-saving
    solution that scales GPU usage and power based
    on graphics demand. Users will experience a
    redesigned user interface with full user profile
    control that intelligently detects the power source
    and GPU, allowing applications to scale
    seamlessly. Additionally, the new user interface
    has default settings ideal for a majority of users,
    with expert mode control options for enthusiasts
    and power users.
    Features of the AMD Radeon HD 8000M Series of
    GPUs:
    Engineered for Performance: AMD App
    Acceleration drives GPU-accelerated features in
    Windows 8 improving graphics performance
    and application speed, while advanced GPU
    compute capabilities enable users to run multiple
    applications smoothly, enjoy beautifully rich and
    clear video playback, and revel in lightning-fast
    game play.
    Stable, Reliable, Feature Rich: The AMD Catalyst™
    Technology is designed to allow users to control
    every aspect of their GPU and ensure hardware
    stability, as well as enabling them to unlock new
    features and improvements with each driver
    release.
    Immersive 3D Visuals: AMD HD3D Technology
    enables 3D display capabilities for many PC
    applications allowing users to view, create, share
    and download in full stereoscopic 3D.
    At CES, AMD is showcasing notebooks from
    ASUS, Dell, Lenovo and Samsung featuring AMD
    Radeon HD 8000M Series graphics. For more
    information on these latest systems visit
    www.amd.com/HD8000M.
    AMD Radeon HD 8000 Series Graphics for OEM
    Desktop PCs
    The AMD Radeon HD 8000 Series desktop
    graphics cards are designed to make everyday
    computing entertaining and productive. Driven
    by GCN Architecture, AMD Radeon HD 8000
    Series graphics come fully equipped with AMD
    App Acceleration to provide a rich Windows 8
    experience and enhanced performance when
    using everyday applications like web browsers
    and productivity suites4. Users will experience
    superior visuals and outstanding performance
    with support for DirectX 11.1 as well as PCI
    Express 3.01. The AMD Radeon HD 8000 Series
    graphics cards also utilize AMD ZeroCore Power
    technology which improves power savings
    when computers enter an idle state. Select AMD
    Radeon HD 8000 Series graphics will be available
    in desktop systems from major OEMs, starting
    late January 2013.

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    This is for OEM only and a rebrand of the 7000 series. I guess desktop builders will be getting HD9000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    This is for OEM only and a rebrand of the 7000 series. I guess desktop builders will be getting HD9000.
    that will be odd

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    This is for OEM only and a rebrand of the 7000 series. I guess desktop builders will be getting HD9000.
    Not impossible, same thing happened to gtx 3xx series

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    Won't be long now.

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    No it won't be odd, like you mentioned there was no GTX300, instead Nvidia moved directly to GTX400 and dedicated 300 series for laptop GPUs.

    Those are all rebadges, so better hope there's a HD9000 or else they're ¤¤¤¤ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by bangla-_-gamer View Post
    *snip*
    WoW! Nice sonnet!

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    nyc info....but terrible to read...ato dhorjo dhora koshtokor..:/


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    smasung series 7 chronos laptop with 8870 announced at CES 2013...

    if 8870 is near> greater to 7870m , we can hope for something with very good cooling property ..

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