AMD launches Radeon HD 6000M Series Laptop GPUs
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AMD has now come up with something to spruce up the graphic capabilities of your notebook. AMD has rolled out the 6300M and 6500M graphic chips as part of the brand-new AMD Radeon HD 6000M Series of laptop GPUs.
Reportedly, the Radeon HD 6300M GPUs have 80 stream processing units, 8 texture units, 16 Z/Stencil ROP units, 4 color ROP units, and support for DDR3 memory, while the higher-performance Radeon HD 6500M chips have 400 SPUs, 20 TUs, 20 Z/S ROPs, 8 color ROPs, and support for both DDR3 and GDDR5 memory.
The 6000M series, on the other hand offers Microsoft DirectX 11 support, AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology, AMD EyeSpeed video encoding, transcoding, and upscaling acceleration, HD3D technology for stereoscopic 3D display/glasses support, Blu-ray 3D, and stereoscopic 3D gaming, as well as AMD Dynamic Switchable Graphics, and the UVD 2 accelerator for HD video recording.
The ASUS K52JT-XT1 would be the first laptop to sport one of these cards-the 1GB AMD / ATI HD 6370, while an upcoming Acer Aspire 17.3-inch model would be the first to have the Radeon 6550 1GB card. Also, the Radeon HD 6570 will see itself under the upcoming IdeaPad Y560 models’ hood.