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Friday, 16 November 2012 13:50

Tahiti LE comes on November 27th

Written by Slobodan Simic

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No reference design


According to the latest round of Radeon rumors, AMD plans to release new graphics cards based on the Tahiti LE GPU on November 27th.

HT4U.net also noted that AIB partners will have a green light to make its own versions of the graphics card, as there is no need for AMD-reference reference design. This way AIB partners will be able to use existing Radeon HD 7900 series designs.

As rumored earlier, AMD decided to market the Tahiti LE as a part of the HD 7800 series rather than the HD 7900 series graphics card. The new SKU should be priced somewhere between the Radeon HD 7870 and the Radeon HD 7950 graphics cards.

The new SKU will be a limited edition product aimed at certain markets and the upcoming Christmas shopping season.

More here.

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