TPU picked up a rumor that AMD's first Radeon HD 7000 series cards may be introduced next week. The mobile parts are expected to be launched first, or perhaps the company will show off its GCN architecture.
It is indicated that products launched on that day will be based on GPUs built on the 28 nanometer fabrication process. The new products will be unveiled in London. It's likely that these are mobile parts based on the "Thames" and "Seymour" silicons. An alternate theory is that AMD could unveil some of its next-generation GPUs based on the GCN architecture, AMD's biggest leap in GPU architecture since Radeon HD 2000 series.
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Re: AMD Radeon HD 7000 Mobility GPUs to be launched on December 5? by rickstr on Wednesday, May 30 2012 @ 12:25:47 CEST
As I understand there are problems with drivers. And I think the problems were related to the manipulation of graphics quality for the sake of speed. Everything had to fix Catalyst 12.4
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