AMD Radeon HD 7000 presentation on December 5th

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Nov 29, 2011
  1. Nujui
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    AMD is reportedly preparing a media event next Monday, December 5th, to present their next-gen 28nm GPUs - to be branded Radeon HD 7000 series. While this is not going to be a release day, more information about the much anticipated HD 7000 is expected to finally be presented to the media.



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    Nice, nice! I'm gonna love this new gen of GPU cards. AMD is supposedly gonna introduce XDR2 on their new high tier cards, which will produce new incredible results in memory bandwidth and speed.
     
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    will they be the new PCIe version 3.0??
     
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    More info on the gtx 600 series plox.
     
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    I hope so, I've been stuck with this 2600 XT HD for quite sometime due to money issues, since I just started a after school job I plan on saving up for this :)
     
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    hopefully with the 28nm, even the high end cards wont require multiple 8 pin connectors, as well as not being huge
     
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    Is this the same series that the wii u will be using?
     
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    How can an existing system (even if it's not for sale it's being developed on) use cards that aren't out?
     
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    I didn't know why I post that since I just look up it is using last gen radeon for now...
    and don't know much about these chips as I want to.

    I guess I just felt a push to be part of the discussion. :P
     
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    You might be thinking of the non-HD chips, or the code names for the control chips.
     
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    Your probably thinking of the R770, which is the chipset the Wii U supposedly uses.
    The R770 chipset is used in the Radeon 4730, 4830, 4850, and 4870, though Nintendo's version with be optimised to give better results.

    EDIT: Thanks Joe88.
     
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    the R770 is not used in the 4890

    R770 is in the 4730, 4830, 4850, and 4870
     
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    whenever i see AMD i think, why the hell did ATI do what it did?
    i have always seen a good difference in performance btn nvidia and amd in which the latter wins. i wonder if there is new presentation mode for 3d ie. more realistic or something
     
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    so on the same day as Sinterklaas.
     
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    Yeeeeeehaw!

    Finally I can buy the 6xxx series... cuz theyll be cheaper now xD
     
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    I'll wait to see the Nvidia equivalent. I have had too much trouble with Radeon cards and drivers.
     
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    ^ Same as the post above, personally I've always liked nvidia more.
     

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