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Founded in May 1 1969. Merged with ATi in 2006.Focused on Microprocessors.
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Tonga GPU and first AMD card supporting delta compression.
Entry level GPU, based on new 28nm Oland XT core. Card is using x8 PCI-E 3.0 lines.
Renamed Radeon HD7750, with not fully active Cape Verde GPU.
Entry level card. Has PCI-E x8 nterface. Cheaper versions use DDR3 memory.
First 28nm card on market and hi-end single GPU card from AMD.
Mainstream 28nm card with Eyefinity support.
Entry level card based on Radeon HD6670. Used by OEMs mostly.
Renamed Radeon HD6470M with 1GB GDDR3 RAM, sold as entry level graphics. Often paired with AMD APUs, utilizing Dual Graphics. Some versions house GDDR5 memory chips.
Renamed HD 5450/6350 sold as OEM lowend.
Ultra highend dual-GPU card. Basically two Radeons HD 6970 on single PCB.
Hi-end single-GPU card with Eyefinity and AMD HD3D support. Locked shaders can be unlocked to get full HD6970 power. GTX570 competitior.
Higher level mainstream card with Eyefinity support. Also added Blu-ray 3D acceleration and playback and stereoscopic 3D gaming.
Mainstream desktop card.
Based on Radeon HD 6670. Mid-range professional card with 1GB GDDR5 memory, 3 monitor support, 10-bit colors on DisplayPort.
Dedicated almost mainstream desktop card.
Downgraded AMD Radeon HD 6750M using only DDR3 memory.
Dedicated low-end desktop card. Basically stripped down Radeon HD6670.
Dedicated laptop graphics card for entry level to middle class notebooks.
Dedicated graphics for low-end laptops, basically renamed Radeon HD 5470M with more memory.
Lowend graphics integrated in mobile dual-core socket FS1 APU, basically half of everything compared to HD6520G.
Graphics integrated in CPU with Northbridge also. Aimed on low-end and small form factor laptops. Has capability of 1080p video playback.
Professional card from year 1991.