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Friday, 06 January 2012 16:35

Rest of AMD's OEM-only HD 7000 rebrands detailed

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Everything below HD 77xx


After detailing the AMD Radeon HD 7670 OEM-only rebrand based on the same Turks GPU found in the HD 6670 card, the guys from Tomshardware.com managed to score details for the rest of the rebrand lineup. In addition to the HD 7670, the lineup includes the Radeon HD 7570, Radeon HD 7470/7450 as well as the entry-level Radeon HD 7350 card.

The Radeon HD 7570 is based on the same Turks GPU and with the same specs as the HD 6570, while the HD 7470 and the HD 7450 will be based on quite well known Caicos GPU with 160 stream processors, previously seen on the HD 6450 card. The last card in the lineup, the HD 7350, comes as a surprise as it is based on now quite old Evergreen family Cedar GPU, the same one that was happily ticking in the HD 5450 card.

The good part of the story is that these are only meant for OEMs but then again rebrands are never popular. You can check out more details here.

Last modified on Friday, 06 January 2012 18:50
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+4 #1 Mr. Awesome 2012-01-06 20:06
I hate rebrands. I don't care who's doing it, it sucks.
 
 
-1 #2 notbiased 2012-01-07 00:22
Quoting Mr. Awesome:
I hate rebrands. I don't care who's doing it, it sucks.


Yes i agree, but nvidia is doing the same this round also, just as amd are.. problem is, nvidia gets away with it as always..most sites are biased towards amd
 
 
+3 #3 pogsnet 2012-01-07 01:43
Don't buy OEMs :D They are pushing AMD and Nvidia to rebrand.

Let's unite!
 
 
+3 #4 blandead 2012-01-07 02:06
It's not that big of a deal.. like article pointed out it's oem only. Amd or Nvidia need to give their resellers what they want, which is rebranded parts cause it sells better. Rather boring to even write an article about
 
 
+1 #5 evolucion8 2012-01-07 17:16
Quoting pogsnet:
Don't buy OEMs :D They are pushing AMD and Nvidia to rebrand.

Let's unite!

Yeah, you are totally right, even though it pushes the performance bar as it is kinda good having a low end part that performs like an low upper end card from the previous generations is good, it is fault of these stupid OEM's that wants more money and forces AMD and nVidia to create this stupid renamings, at least they didn't repacked a Radeon HD 5450 to a Radeon HD 7450 or something similar in which both would perform they same, it still sucks.
 
 
0 #6 takethis 2012-01-13 01:21
bye bye green team
 

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