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Monday, 29 November 2010 10:05

AMD talks about two Radeon HD 6000M series mobile GPUs

Written by Nick Farell
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Added to website without fanfare
AMD has quietly added two Radeon HD 6000M series mobile GPUs to its website.

The Radeon HD 6500M and HD 6300M are made on 40nm process technology and resemble Radeon HD 5000M models. According to the AMD website, the Radeon HD 6500M has 400 Stream Processors, 20 Texture Units, a GDDR5 (and DDR3) memory interface, and UVD 2.

The Radeon HD 6500M has GPU clock going from 500 to 650 MHz and memory set to 1800 MHz (DDR3) or 3600 MHz (GDDR5) and the HD 6300M comes with a GPU frequency of 500 to 750 MHz and a memory clock of 1600 to 1800 MHz.

Both come with OpenGL 4.1 support and CrossFireX for dual-GPU scaling and the GPUs are already popping up in laptops made by Acer and Asus.

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