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AMD reveals Q1 2010 notebook GPU plans

Posted on Thursday, November 12 2009 @ 21:09:57 CET by

AMD revealed it will introduce three DirectX 11 notebook GPUs in Q1 2010, all three of them are made on a 40nm process and utilize GGDR5 memory. The high-end model is codenamed Broadway, the Mobility Radeon HD 4600 series will be replaced by Madison and the Mobility Radeon HD 4300/4500 cards will be replaced with Park.
And we are in great shape to hold our position in the notebook market with a very strong line-up of notebook graphics products coming early next year. While performance will offer strong differentiation, from the enthusiast level performance of Broadway down to the power conscious Park, all of these parts will come standard with cutting edge technologies such as GDDR5 memory and DirectX 11 support, while utilizing the 40nm process node to ensure class-leading performance per watt.



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