AMD has officially confirmed the specifications of your graphics card Mobility Radeon 400 series on its website. The line consists of several series chips Radeon Radeon R9 and R7 to be integrated into mobile platforms ranging from high – performance to low power solutions. The new Mobility Radeon Radeon 400 Series, at least until this Polaris consists of rehashes of the current 300 series.
The catalog of the AMD Radeon R9 M400 series includes three chips. The Radeon R9 M485X, M470X the Radeon R9 and R9 Radeon M470. The three chips are based on core graphics cards already on the market: For example, the Radeon R9 M485X is powered by the AMD Antigua XT GPU. This chip has the same specifications as the Radeon R9 M395X with 8 GB of GDDR5 memory operating in a memory bus of 256 bits and a memory clock of 1250 MHz. The other two chips are based on the architecture of the charts Bonaire core. The Radeon R9 M470X has 14 computer units including 896 stream processors, while the GPU Radeon R9 470 comes with 12 computer units that move 768 shaders. Both chips have 4 GB of GDDR5 memory at a speed of 1500 MHz, running a memory interface of 128 bits.
The catalog of the AMD Radeon R7 M400 series includes five chips. All chips are based on older graphics cards. Starting with the Radeon R7 M465X having a chip 512 stream processors and includes 4GB GDDR5 GRAM with a clock frequency of 1125 MHz. The next two are nuclei Topaz XT based on Radeon R7 M465 and R7 M460 using the same core configuration of 384 stream processors with 4 GB of GRAM. There are also variants with only 5 units employing computer (320 stream processors), including the Radeon R7 M445 and M440 Radeon R7.
Finally, the catalog of the AMD Radeon R5 M400 series consists of three graphics cores that will be targeted at low – cost computer systems, the range most basic products. The SKU includes R5 M435, M430 and R5 R5 M420 graphics cards, which are based on architectures Sun Jet XT and Pro. All these centers offer the same core configuration with 320 stream processors. The memory includes variants 4GB GDDR5 or DDR3 with a clock frequency of 1000 MHz and run all through a 64 – bit bus.
Seeing everything you have just read, certainly more than one you’re wondering where are the graphs with Polaris. Well, since AMD has not yet presented these graphics cores, it is logical that are not reflected on their website, but I noticed that there are certain nomenclatures that AMD has not yet presented such as the M490X R9, M490, M480X and M480 . These, these models assume that will incorporate the new Polaris that cores inside. And of them, as a personal opinion, I think the R9 and R9 M490X M490 portable version will incorporate a core Polaris 10, while the M480X R9 and R9 M480 will be incorporating within the Polaris 11 cores.
According to TechPowerUp, industry sources have informed some interesting specifications of the next two GPUs that AMD will launch the market, graphic Polaris 10 Polaris 11 , both based on the fourth generation of graphics architecture Graphics Core Next.
Although this leak comes first hand from one of the most important sites worldwide hardware must catch it with tweezers, as always, for there is nothing confirmed by the manufacturer. According to report, and we already knew, AMD is preparing two GPUs, one for midrange and one for the so-called industry performance (not high-end, eye).
Ellesmere GPU performance will be the sector and will according to the source with 32 CUs (Compute Units) and not 40 as previously thought. Assuming that each CU has 64 Stream Processors, this gives us that AMD graphics Polaris “Ellesmere” will have 2048 Stream Processors, yet these graphs have a power of 5.5 TFlop / s according to AMD.
While Hawaii AMD graphics have a TDP of no less than 250 watts, the new chips will have as much a TDP of 150 watts, which would allow AMD to put a single power connector 8-pin, as it has done NVIDIA its new generation, and as it did already in the R9 Nano AMD. According to the source, these graphic Polaris will have 8GB of GDDR5 / GDDR5X memory with a 256-bit bus, something we already knew well.
The “small” Polaris chip as techpowerup says, the midrange is called Baffin (as I have explained above). In this case count, according to the source, with only 14 CUs, ie, 896 Stream Processors nothing else. It would be the successor chip Tobago (Radeon R7 360) and a similar performance to R9 380 is expected, more or less. The good part of these graphs is that in theory will have a TDP of only 50 watts and will not need additional power connector.
Although quite some time ago AMD does not update its platform (awaiting Zen), Gigabyte is one of the few manufacturers that continues to innovate and launch new products for this. We are today at the announcement of the third generation of G1.Gaming plates for socket AM3 + AMD, the 990X Gaming SLI. As the name suggests, this new Gigabyte board features NVIDIA SLI certification, as you know, is a proprietary technology from NVIDIA for which you must pay a fee.
Gigabyte has done so its 990X Gaming SLI is certified to work with multiple graphics cards configurations NVIDIA SLI configuration, but of course is also compatible with AMD CrossFireX technology.Gaming SLI Gigabyte 990FX supports all the latest processors that AMD has released AM3 + socket for, including the latest FX-8370. The support plate including the FX-9000 Series with 220-watt TDP processors, so we can be sure that if the processor is socket AM3 + will be compatible with this board.
With ATX format, Gaming SLI 990FX mounts a VRM controller 11 phases to ensure good system stability even do Overclock (remember that AMD does not limit this point, and indeed its Black Edition processors come with unlocked multiplier). You need to run an ATX 24-pin connector and one 8-pin EPS (4 + 4) of the power supply.Supports up to 32 GB of RAM DDR3 memory up to 2400 MHz dual-channel (has 4 memory sockets), and includes two PCI-Express 2.0 x16 sockets that run x8x8 when both are being used (a pity that Gigabyte has not integrated PCI -Express 3.0 on this board), and a PCI-Express 2.0 x1 and a PCI legacy.
What has integrated Gigabyte 990FX in SLI Gaming is a connector M.2 20 Gbps (with support for booting from NVMe SSD) and six SATA June 3 Gbps, so in storage paragraph shall be more than enough.Finally it should be noted that the plate has an extensive external connectivity, it incorporates two USB 3.1 Type-A (the usual) and two USB 3.0 on the rear, plus an internal header for two USB 3.0 ports on the front of the box where we install. It also has a network card Gigabit Intel I-218V, sound card 10-channel sound isolation circuit and electrolytic capacitors.In theory Gigabyte will this new board in stores this month at a price that has not been defined but is expected to be around 100 euros.
Specifications of Fiji based 28nm graphic card AMD Radeon R9 Fury have been leaked and it is directly going to be compared with the NVIDIA Geforce GTX 980. The AMD Radeon R9 Fury is slated to go on sale with a price tag of 640 euros.
AMD Radeon R9 Fury specifications
The leaked specifications of AMD Radeon R9 Fury include 56 compute units meaning it will have 3,584 Stream Processors, leaving the number of TMUs in 224 and the number of ROPs to 64. The memory configuration of this graphics card has not undergone any change and will come with four gigabytes of HBM graphics memory.
Of course, contrary to what is believed, the only difference from the Fury X hardware level will be that we have already counted, ie operating frequencies will be the same: 1050 MHz in the core and 500 Mhz memory (bandwidth with total memory of 512 GB / s). Therefore, based on empirical data regarding the difference Fury X is 12.5%.
To come with air cooling heat sinks
Another key difference is the sink. Since the AMD Radeon R9 Fury will sink air cooling instead of water cooling, the Fury X will operate at slightly higher temperatures. We can therefore expect the temperatures to reach around 75 degrees centigrade.
Direct competition with GeForce GTX 980
With these specifications in hand, the AMD Radon R9 Fury will be a direct competitor to the GTX 980. Again we must insist that this is a very good situation for users as well as having a greater number of options. It is possible that AMD and NVIDIA entering a small price war and can get hold of one of these gem at great prices.
Lenovo Y40 and the entry level Lenovo G50-80 will soon be updated with a Radeon R9 M375 and Radeon R5 M330 respectively. The launch of the new AMD graphics cards is closer than expected.
There is massive excitement in the world of graphic cards as Nvidia and AMD both have introduced new models. Nvidia launched GTX 960M GPU last month and AMD launched the new Radeon M300 series. Some companies like Lenovo have already planned upgrading of some notebook models especially for gamers.
2015 Lenovo Y40 and G50-80 specifications
Lenovo has updated the data sheet of Lenovo Y40 and G50-80. Both laptops will now use Radeon R9-M375 and M330-R5 respectively. At the moment, no other details on the two notebooks is available.
Information about the new Radeon R5 GPU: It comes equipped with a memory bus to 64 bits and 1 or 2 GB of DDR3 RAM. The Radeon R7 will have the same amount of onboard memory but with the option to choose between DDR3 and GDDR5 versions and with bus 64 or 128 bits.
Stay tuned for official announcement from Lenovo regarding the new 2015 Lenovo Y40 and G50-80 laptops.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Z50-75 is a thin and light gaming laptop that has thickness of about 25mm and weight of little over 2 kilograms. The design of the Lenovo IdeaPad Z50-75 is nice with simple lines and soft touch finishes here and there. All in all it does not look like cheap at all especially when you take a look the Lenovo IdeaPad Z50-75 specifications.
Lenovo IdeaPad Z50-75 specifications
* 15.6 inch display with full HD resolution with optional 2k and 4k panels
* AMD quad core FX series APU
* 16 gigabytes of DDR3L RAM
* Hybrid storage with HDD capacity ranging up to 1TB
* AMD Radeon R7- M260DX GPU with 2 GB of RAM onboard
* 3x USB ports out of which one is v3.0
* LAN port connecting to Ethernet networks
* Audio jack for headphone and microphone
* And since it is a big laptop, Lenovo equipped it with an optical DVD drive.
Our friends at Simona Menghini have told that the Lenovo IdeaPad Z50-75 will go on sale between the month of October and November for around 599 euro.
HP Elitebook 720, 740 and 750 are three new Intel powered laptops that share same designs as the 700 series notebooks with AMD Kaveri chips. The new ones are mere Intel CPUs and few small differences. First is the HP Elitebook 720 and it comes with 12.5 inch display, HD resolution which HP calls HD premium display. It has IPS technology and thus wide viewing angles. Touchscreen model is also up for sale. The 720 weighs just 2.94 pounds which makes it ounce lighter than Elitebook 725.
The HP Elitebook 740 has bigger 14 inch display and comes with choice of 1366×768 pixel HD resolution, HD+ or FHD resolution screens. One with touchscreen panel is also available.
The largest of all is HP Elitebook 750 and like the rest two models, it will be made available with HD, full HD, or full HD touchscreen displays.
All will hit the market shelves in the month of August and by that time we will have more detailed specifications of Elitebook 720, 740 and 750.
Most of us go for Cyberpower or Razer if we are looking for a gaming PC, but now Asus has a desktop PC with Nvidia or AMD add-in graphics that should easily give those brands a run for their money. The new comer is Asus M32 which while is not over powered does have all the ingredients to play almost any PC game out there.
Asus M32 Specifications
It comes with an Intel Core i7 processor and add in graphics card from Nvidia or AMD. Asus has not mentioned details about its RAM, storage and price though, however it has mentioned that it features:
Sonic Master audio technology
HDMI, USB 3.0
6 in 1 memory card reader
Asus Ai charger that charges your mobile devices 50 percent faster than normal USB ports
The company will be bundling 32 gigabytes of free web storage for 3 years.
AMD today at Mobile World Congress announced a new BlueStacks dual-OS Android solution, optimized for AMD APUs, with will hit the market in the second half of 2014. The AMD and BlueStacks joint solution brings the complete Google Android OS, and experience to select Microsoft Windows-based AMD-based tablets, 2-in-1s, notebooks and desktops in select retail stores.
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The Gigabyte Brix line of computers are mini-desktops that are as small as a Wi-Fi router. Gigabyte uses the processors from Intel or rival AMD, as it doesn’t make its own chips. Two of the first AMD-powered Brix systems are now available in the United States, with prices starting at $260.
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