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AMD has shipped over 6 million DX11 GPUs

Posted on Friday, April 16 2010 @ 20:01:16 CEST by


AMD revealed in yesterday's earnings call that it has shipped over six million DirectX 11 graphics cards since the launch of the Evergreen GPU in September 2009.
“In graphics, we shipped a total of over six million DirectX 11 enabled units to date, and expanded the family into the mainstream and value segments,” said Dirk Meyer, the chief exec of AMD.

AMD’s graphics business group launched the world’s first DirectX 11 graphics chip on the 23rd September of 2009, about six months before Nvidia. Since then, ATI has released a lineup of DirectX 11-enabled GPUs for mainstream, entry and mobile segments. ATI Radeon HD 5000 family of graphics chips are also OpenGL 4.0 and OpenCL 1.0-capable.

With virtually 100% of DirectX 11 GPU market ATI can ensure that game developers will optimize the forthcoming titles for the Radeon HD 5000-series graphics processors.
Source: X-bit Labs


 






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Re: AMD has shipped over 6 million DX11 GPUs
by Anonymous on Saturday, April 17 2010 @ 02:58:45 CEST
The ONLY mobile DX11 chips available for months. Mind you at all price points as well. Lower power consumption @ 40nm than the competition. Cooler as well.

If Fermi is any example, this year is going to be VERY bad for Nvidia, not just last year.



 

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