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Submitted by dexus 1159d ago | rumor

Probable Radeon HD 8000 Series GPU Specifications Surface

Hardware.info: AMD's Radeon HD 8000 "Sea Islands" family of GPUs may arrive some time in Q2-2013, but they won't arrive without a specifications overhaul. While NVIDIA is counting on performance enhancements to come out of higher clock speeds on existing silicon, while maintaining current (or lower) power-draw, with its "Enhanced Kepler" family of GPUs that will include the "GK110" juggernaut, AMD is counting on physically bigger chips with more components. AMD could step up transistor counts of its chips by as much as 20 percent, on existing 28 nm process. (AMD, Gaming, Hi-tech, Industry, NVIDIA, PC hardware, Video)

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newsguy  +   1160d ago
AMD busting out the big guns early
justinbkerr  +   1159d ago
Count me in.

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