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AMD Sea Islands and Solar System GPU codenames revealed

Posted on Monday, January 07 2013 @ 13:13:44 CET by


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TPU compiled details about AMD's upcoming Sea Islands (Radeon HD 8000 series) and Solar System (Radeon HD 8000M series) GPU families. The Sea Islands details are listed below, head over to TechPowerUp for details about Solar System and more.
As mentioned before, Sea Islands consists of parts that will make up AMD's desktop discrete GPU lineup. Parts in the lineup are codenamed after tropical islands.

  • Oland: An entry-level part based on the first-generation Graphics CoreNext micro-architecture. Packs 384 stream processors, 24 TMUs, 16 ROPs, and a 128-bit wide memory interface. Could go into making Radeon HD 8500 and HD 8600 series models
  • Bonaire: A mainstream part based on second-generation Graphics CoreNext, possibly succeeds "Cape Verde," could go into making cetain Radeon HD 8600 to HD 8700 series parts.
  • Hainan: A performance part based on second-generation Graphics CoreNext, possibly succeeds "Pitcairn," could go into making Radeon HD 8800 series
  • Curacao: A high-end part based on second-generation Graphics CoreNext, possibly succeeds "Tahiti," could go into making Radeon HD 8900 series.
  • Aruba: A dual-GPU graphics card based on a pair of "Curacao" GPUs, possibly succeeds "New Zealand"




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