AMD Radeon HD 8210
The AMD Radeon HD 8210 is an integrated DirectX 11.1 graphics card found in AMD E1-2100 "Kabini" and A4-1250 "Temash" APUs. It offers 128 shader cores and two Compute Units based on the GCN architecture and is clocked at 300 MHz with no support for Turbo. The graphics card does not have dedicated VRAM and will access the main memory of the system (up to single-channel DDR3L-1333).
The HD 8210 integrates both UVD 4.2 and VCE 2.0 video encoders. It supports up to two external monitors via VGA, DVI, HDMI 1.4a and DisplayPort 1.2.
Depending on the benchmark, the performance of the Radeon HD 8210 is similar to the Intel HD Graphics (Ivy Bridge). This is on par with a dedicated Radeon HD 6430M, but is still too slow for modern games as of 2013. However, a few older and less demanding games will run fluently, if the limited CPU performance is sufficient.
|Radeon HD 8000 Series|
|Pipelines||128 - unified|
|Core Speed||300 MHz|
|API||DirectX 11.1, Shader 5.0|
|Date of Announcement||23.05.2013|