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The Radeon HD 7500G will run 50% of the top 10,000 PC games. It will also run 25% of these games at the recommended or best experience levels.

Manufacturer



AMD



Generation


11 generations old


Category


Mainstream


Dedicated RAM


0 B


DirectX


11


Rank


25th percentile of AMD GPUs

Rank in Power


396th of AMD GPUs

Rank in Popularity


218th of AMD GPUs



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Grand Theft Auto V


2
Cyberpunk 2077


3
VALORANT


4
Call of Duty: Warzone


5
Elden Ring


6
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered


7
Red Dead Redemption 2


8
God of War


9
Fortnite


10
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II


11
Minecraft


12
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt


13
League of Legends


14
Genshin Impact


15
The Sims 4


16
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla


17
Apex Legends


18
Forza Horizon 5


19
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive


20
Horizon Zero Dawn


21
FIFA 22


22
PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS


23
FIFA 23


24
Battlefield 2042


25
Days Gone


26
WARZONE


27
Far Cry 6


28
ARK: Survival Evolved


29
Battlefield 1


30
Dying Light 2 Stay Human


31
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey


32
Assassin’s Creed: Origins


33
1982


34
Sea of Thieves


35
Phasmophobia


36
Hogwarts Legacy


37
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare


38
Battlefield 4


39
Battlefield 5


40
NotGTAV


41
Destiny 2


42
Call of Duty: WW2


43
Dying Light


44
Devil May Cry 5


45
Call of Duty: Black Ops II


46
Fallout 4


47
Assassin’s Creed Unity


48
Rust


49
Grand Theft Auto IV


50
Forza Horizon 4


51
Dota 2


52
Far Cry 3


53
Subnautica


54
Overwatch


55
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout


56
GTA 5 Thor Mod


57
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege


58
Death Stranding


59
Escape from Tarkov


60
FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE INTERGRADE


61
NBA 2K23


62
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End


63
Dark Souls 3


64
Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag


65
Rocket League


66
PUBG Lite


67
Far Cry 4


68
Assetto Corsa


69
Assassin’s Creed III


70
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim


71
Cities: Skylines


72
Overwatch 2


73
Spirit of the North


74
Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord


75
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3


76
Warframe


77
Tekken 7


78
Stray


79
Halo Infinite


80
Far Cry 5


81
The Forest


82
Arma III


83
SEKIRO: SHADOWS DIE TWICE


84
Fortnite: Battle Royale


85
Battlefield 3


86
CS:GO — Operation Riptide


87
DayZ


88
Assassin’s Creed Rogue


89
Call of Duty: Black Ops III


90
Team Fortress 2


91
Skyrim Special Edition


92
Euro Truck Simulator 2


93
Age of Empires 4


94
Hades


95
Project Zomboid


96
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate


97
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas


98
RESIDENT EVIL 2 / BIOHAZARD RE:2


99
Borderlands 3


100
eFootball 2022




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Radeon HD 7500G [in 6 benchmarks]



Radeon HD 7500G

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  • Interface IGP
  • Core clock speed 327
  • Max video memory System Shared
  • Memory type System Shared
  • Memory clock speed System Shared
  • Maximum resolution

Summary

AMD started Radeon HD 7500G sales 15 May 2012. This is Terascale 3 architecture notebook card based on 32 nm manufacturing process and primarily aimed at office use.

Compatibility-wise, this is an integrated video card. Power consumption is at 17 Watt.

It provides poor gaming and benchmark performance at


1.04%

of a leader’s which is NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti.


Radeon HD
7500G

vs


GeForce RTX
3090 Ti

General info


Of Radeon HD 7500G’s architecture, market segment and release date.

Place in performance rating 995
Value for money 0.01
Architecture Terascale 3 (2010−2013)
GPU code name Trinity
Market segment Laptop
Release date 15 May 2012 (10 years ago)
Current price $338 of 49999 (A100 SXM4)

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Technical specs


Radeon HD 7500G’s general performance parameters such as number of shaders, GPU base clock, manufacturing process, texturing and calculation speed. These parameters indirectly speak of Radeon HD 7500G’s performance, but for precise assessment you have to consider its benchmark and gaming test results.

Pipelines / CUDA cores 256 of 18432 (AD102)
Core clock speed 327 MHz of 2610 (Radeon RX 6500 XT)
Boost clock speed 424 MHz of 2903 (Radeon Pro W6600)
Number of transistors 1,303 million of 14400 (GeForce GTX 1080 SLI Mobile)
Manufacturing process technology 32 nm of 4 (h200 PCIe)
Thermal design power (TDP) 17 Watt of 900 (Tesla S2050)
Texture fill rate 6. 784 of 939.8 (h200 SXM5)

Compatibility, dimensions and requirements


Information on Radeon HD 7500G’s compatibility with other computer components. Useful when choosing a future computer configuration or upgrading an existing one. For notebook video cards it’s notebook size, connection slot and bus, if the video card is inserted into a slot instead of being soldered to the notebook motherboard.

Interface IGP

Memory


Parameters of memory installed on Radeon HD 7500G: its type, size, bus, clock and resulting bandwidth. Note that GPUs integrated into processors don’t have dedicated memory and use a shared part of system RAM.

Memory type System Shared
Maximum RAM amount System Shared of 128 (Radeon Instinct MI250X)
Memory bus width System Shared of 8192 (Radeon Instinct MI250X)
Memory clock speed System Shared of 21000 (GeForce RTX 3090 Ti)
Shared memory +

Video outputs and ports


Types and number of video connectors present on Radeon HD 7500G. As a rule, this section is relevant only for desktop reference video cards, since for notebook ones the availability of certain video outputs depends on the laptop model.

Display Connectors No outputs

API support


APIs supported by Radeon HD 7500G, sometimes including their particular versions.

DirectX 11.2 (11_0)
Shader Model 5.0
OpenGL 4.4 of 4.6 (GeForce GTX 1080 Mobile)
OpenCL 1.2
Vulkan N/A

Benchmark performance


Non-gaming benchmark performance of Radeon HD 7500G. Note that overall benchmark performance is measured in points in 0-100 range.


Overall score

This is our combined benchmark performance rating. We are regularly improving our combining algorithms, but if you find some perceived inconsistencies, feel free to speak up in comments section, we usually fix problems quickly.


HD 7500G
1.04

  • Passmark
  • 3DMark 11 Performance GPU
  • 3DMark Vantage Performance
  • 3DMark Cloud Gate GPU
  • 3DMark Fire Strike Score
  • 3DMark Fire Strike Graphics
Passmark

This is probably the most ubiquitous benchmark, part of Passmark PerformanceTest suite. It gives the graphics card a thorough evaluation under various load, providing four separate benchmarks for Direct3D versions 9, 10, 11 and 12 (the last being done in 4K resolution if possible), and few more tests engaging DirectCompute capabilities.

Benchmark coverage: 26%


HD 7500G
306

3DMark 11 Performance GPU

3DMark 11 is an obsolete DirectX 11 benchmark by Futuremark. It used four tests based on two scenes, one being few submarines exploring the submerged wreck of a sunken ship, the other is an abandoned temple deep in the jungle. All the tests are heavy with volumetric lighting and tessellation, and despite being done in 1280×720 resolution, are relatively taxing. Discontinued in January 2020, 3DMark 11 is now superseded by Time Spy.

Benchmark coverage: 17%


HD 7500G
585

3DMark Vantage Performance

3DMark Vantage is an outdated DirectX 10 benchmark using 1280×1024 screen resolution. It taxes the graphics card with two scenes, one depicting a girl escaping some militarized base located within a sea cave, the other displaying a space fleet attack on a defenseless planet. It was discontinued in April 2017, and Time Spy benchmark is now recommended to be used instead.

Benchmark coverage: 17%


HD 7500G
2405

3DMark Cloud Gate GPU

Cloud Gate is an outdated DirectX 11 feature level 10 benchmark that was used for home PCs and basic notebooks. It displays a few scenes of some weird space teleportation device launching spaceships into unknown, using fixed resolution of 1280×720. Just like Ice Storm benchmark, it has been discontinued in January 2020 and replaced by 3DMark Night Raid.

Benchmark coverage: 14%


HD 7500G
4333

3DMark Fire Strike Score

Benchmark coverage: 14%


HD 7500G
462

3DMark Fire Strike Graphics

Fire Strike is a DirectX 11 benchmark for gaming PCs. It features two separate tests displaying a fight between a humanoid and a fiery creature seemingly made of lava. Using 1920×1080 resolution, Fire Strike shows off some realistic enough graphics and is quite taxing on hardware.

Benchmark coverage: 14%


HD 7500G
512


Game benchmarks


Let’s see how good Radeon HD 7500G is for gaming. Particular gaming benchmark results are measured in frames per second. Comparisons with game system requirements are included, but remember that sometimes official requirements may reflect reality inaccurately.

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Battlefield 5 1−2


Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 1−2


Cyberpunk 2077 1−2


Far Cry 5 1−2


Far Cry New Dawn 1−2


Forza Horizon 4 1−2


Hitman 3 1−2


Horizon Zero Dawn 1−2


Red Dead Redemption 2 1−2


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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey 1−2


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Battlefield 5 1−2


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Far Cry 5 1−2


Far Cry New Dawn 1−2


Forza Horizon 4 1−2


Hitman 3 1−2


Horizon Zero Dawn 1−2


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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla 1−2


Battlefield 5 1−2


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Forza Horizon 4 1−2


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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey 1−2


Assassin’s Creed Valhalla 1−2


Battlefield 5 1−2


Cyberpunk 2077 1−2


Far Cry 5 1−2


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Forza Horizon 4 1−2


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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 1−2


Hitman 3 1−2


Horizon Zero Dawn 1−2


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Red Dead Redemption 2 1−2


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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey 1−2


Assassin’s Creed Valhalla 1−2


Battlefield 5 1−2


Cyberpunk 2077 1−2


Far Cry 5 1−2


Far Cry New Dawn 1−2


Forza Horizon 4 1−2


Watch Dogs: Legion 1−2


Relative perfomance


Overall Radeon HD 7500G performance compared to nearest competitors among notebook video cards.



AMD Radeon HD 8280
103.85


AMD Radeon R3 (Mullins/Beema)
103.85


ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600 XT
100


AMD Radeon HD 7500G
100


AMD Radeon HD 8350G
99.04


ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4570
99.04


NVIDIA GeForce 9700M GTS
97.12

NVIDIA equivalent


We believe that the nearest equivalent to Radeon HD 7500G from NVIDIA is GeForce 9700M GTS, which is slower by 3% and lower by 7 positions in our rating.


GeForce
9700M GTS


Compare


Here are some closest NVIDIA rivals to Radeon HD 7500G:


NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTS
125


NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GT
125


NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GTS
124. 04


AMD Radeon HD 7500G
100


NVIDIA GeForce 9700M GTS
97.12


NVIDIA GeForce 610M
95.19


NVIDIA GeForce GT 520MX
94.23

Similar GPUs

Here is our recommendation of several graphics cards that are more or less close in performance to the one reviewed.


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(Mullins/Beema)


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Recommended processors

These processors are most commonly used with Radeon HD 7500G according to our statistics.


A6
4455M

15.9%


Core i5
3210M

6.3%


Core i5
2450M

4.2%


Core i5
3230M

3.5%


Core i3
2328M

2.7%


Core i3
3110M

2.6%


Core i3
3120M

2.4%


Core i3
2370M

1. 8%


Core i7
3770

1.5%


Core i3
370M

1.5%

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AMD AMD Radeon HD 7500 Series Drivers

  • Hardware Name:
    AMD Radeon HD 7500 Series
    Device type:
    Video cards
    Manufactures:
    AMD
    Driver Version:
    13. 250.0.0000
    Release Date:
    16 Nov 2013
    File Size:
    1.5MB
    System:
    Windows 7, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 8.1, Windows 8.1 64-bit
    Hardware ID:
    PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_675D

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  • Hardware Name:
    AMD Radeon HD 7500 Series
    Device type:
    Video cards
    Manufactures:
    AMD
    Driver Version:
    14.501.1003. 1001
    Release Date:
    20 Nov 2014
    File Size:
    643.6KB
    System:
    Windows 7, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8.1, Windows 8.1 64-bit
    Hardware ID:
    PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_675D

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  • Hardware Name:
    AMD Radeon HD 7500 Series
    Device type:
    Video cards
    Manufactures:
    AMD
    Driver Version:
    15.200.1062.1002
    Release Date:
    15 Jul 2015
    File Size:
    341. 5KB
    System:
    Windows 10, Windows 11
    Hardware ID:
    PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_675D

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  • Hardware Name:
    AMD Radeon HD 7500 Series
    Device type:
    Video cards
    Manufactures:
    AMD
    Driver Version:
    15.301.1201.0000
    Release Date:
    23 Dec 2015
    File Size:
    471.6KB
    System:
    Windows 7, Windows 8. 1, Windows 10, Windows 11
    Hardware ID:
    PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_675D

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  • Hardware Name:
    AMD Radeon HD 7500 Series
    Device type:
    Video cards
    Manufactures:
    AMD
    Driver Version:
    15.301.1901.0000
    Release Date:
    26 Feb 2016
    File Size:
    626.3KB
    System:
    Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit, Windows 10, Windows 11 64-bit
    Hardware ID:
    PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_675D

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  • Hardware Name:
    AMD Radeon HD 7500 Series
    Device type:
    Video cards
    Manufactures:
    AMD
    Driver Version:
    8. 970.100.0000
    Release Date:
    07 Jan 2014
    File Size:
    369.5KB
    System:
    Windows XP, Windows XP 64-bit
    Hardware ID:
    PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_675D

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  • Hardware Name:
    AMD Radeon HD 7500 Series
    Device type:
    Video cards
    Manufactures:
    AMD
    Driver Version:
    8.982.0.0000
    Release Date:
    27 Jul 2012
    File Size:
    1. 1MB
    System:
    Windows XP, Windows XP 64-bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64-bit
    Hardware ID:
    PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_675D

    Download

  • Hardware Name:
    AMD Radeon HD 7500 Series
    Device type:
    Video cards
    Manufactures:
    AMD
    Driver Version:
    9.000.300.0000
    Release Date:
    04 Sep 2013
    File Size:
    143.5KB
    System:
    Windows XP, Windows XP 64-bit
    Hardware ID:
    PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_675D

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AMD’s Gaming Director Posts A Cryptic Tweet Saying «Bigger Doesn’t Necessarily Means Better», Hint at RDNA 3 «Radeon RX 7000» GPUs?

AMD might have provided a new hint about their next-gen Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards based on the RDNA 3 GPU architecture. The hint comes as a cryptic tweet posted by AMD’s Senior Director of Gaming Marketing, Sasa Marinkovic.

Tweet From AMD’s Gaming Marketing Director Might Give Us A New Hint At RDNA 3 GPUs Performance For Radeon RX 7000 Cards

Sasa didn’t mention any product within the tweet but I think we can make a few guesses. First of all, it doesn’t seem like this is related to AMD’s Ryzen 7000 CPUs because we have already got a load of information regarding the Zen 4 CPUs. The only other gamer-focused product that AMD has coming out is their Radeon RX 7000 series based on the RDNA 3 GPU architecture which were briefly teased at the «Together We Advance_PCs».

bigger doesn’t necessarily mean better

— Sasa Marinkovic (@SasaMarinkovic) September 14, 2022

AMD Focusing On DIY & PC-Friendly Graphics Card Designs & Cooling?

So the tweet itself which reads «bigger doesn’t necessarily mean better» could be pointing out to the recent NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 leaks which have shown the card to feature insanely huge & quad-slot cooling solutions. The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card is expected to be unveiled in a few days at GTC 22 however, AMD has already started to take shots at their competitor’s next-gen parts which will be coming out a little earlier than their own next-gen solutions.

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 custom graphics cards that have leaked out are so far reported to feature a single 16-pin connector (12VPWHR) for up to 600 Watts of power and given their higher TGP, they will require some hefty cooling solutions like the one we have seen leak out recently.

It looks like AMD might not go that route and deliver solutions that feature a more user & PC-friendly dual-slot design. Earlier rumors have pointed out a slightly bigger yet still 2.5-slot cooling solution with two 8-pin connectors to boot. So AMD’s Radeon RX 7000 series may come out with a card that not only consumes lower power but also doesn’t require large cooling solutions.

Or Is This About The GPU Die Sizes?

AMD also pointed this out a while back, stating that while their cards are a bit more power-hungry than RDNA 2, they will be much more efficient than the competition. Do remember that the red team is targetting a 50% perf/watt uplift over RDNA 2 with its new 5nm RDNA 3 GPUs. The other thing that Sasa could have pointed out could be the die size.

AMD’s RDNA 3 powered Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards are going to be the first gaming products to feature an MCM solution. As such, the GPU could move several operations off-die in chiplets such as the Infinity Cache, leading to a smaller GPU die size. The GPU will be designated as a GCD or Graphics Complex Die while the Infinity Cache and Memory interface will be moved over to multiple MCDs or Memory-Chiplet Die.

AD102 is 628mm², Navi31 is 533mm².

— Kepler (@Kepler_L2) September 14, 2022

This would in return lead to a smaller GPU footprint and as per the latest rumor by Kepler_L2, the Navi 31 will measure 533mm2 (308mm2 GCD + 37.5mm2 per MCD) while the NVIDIA AD102 GPU will measure 628mm2 in a single monolithic package. This is a reduction of 40% in die size using the same TSMC 5nm process node.

Plus, it will be easy to compare the transistor density and transistor efficiency of both chips since they are both using the same TSMC node instead of the last gen where RDNA 2 and Ampere chips were based on different process technologies from different companies (Samsung 8nm / TSMC 7nm). At 308mm2, the Navi 31 GPU will be more densely packaged than the Navi 21 GPU which measures 520mm2 and houses 26.8 Billion transistors (51.5/mm2).

Regardless, We Are Excited For AMD’s RDNA 3 GPUs, Bring It On!

AMD did manage to close up a huge performance gap with its RDNA 2 GPU-based Radeon RX 6000 in the previous generation and even managed to outperform its competitors with stellar efficiency & performance.

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The company is planning to do it once again and this time, even better with its first chiplet GPU architecture, the RDNA 3, designed by David Wong and his team for the next-gen RX 7000 series graphics cards. We can’t wait to see the latest GPUs in action later this year.

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    News «AMD Prepares Radeon RX 7600/7500 Based on Redesigned Navi 2X GPU» — NVIDIA WORLD

    Fresh rumors about new AMD graphics cards have appeared on the Web, and they look very logical.


    According to early rumors, AMD is preparing the next generation of GPUs in multi-chip form. At least, it concerned the upper part of the line. Fresh rumors are already talking about the number of chiplets in the GPU.

    The RDNA 3 architecture promises more than the traditional performance increase compared to RDNA 2: additional gain can also be obtained due to the design of the GPU itself, which should become multi-chip, for the first time in the gaming world. This design should not only allow for easier scaling of solutions, but also reduce scrap and cost compared to traditional monolithic solutions.

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    Insider @Greymon55 reported that the AMD Navi 31 GPU will be built using two complex graphics cores (GCD — Graphics Complex Dies), manufactured according to 5 nm standards, and four complex memory cores (MCD — Memory Complex Dies) , manufactured according to 6 nm standards), as well as one communication controller. There are seven chiplets on a GPU die in total.

    Currently, there is no official information about the planned to use technical processes from AMD. It was only said that GPUs would be produced using “modern technologies”.

    AMD is expected to release the first graphics cards based on the RDNA 3 architecture in the second half of 2022.

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    comment on related news At least that’s what the latest rumors say.

    It is noted that the company has designed a GPU with 15,360 stream processors, which is 4 times more than in the Radeon RX 6800. These stream processors are grouped into 60 workgroups, WGP — Workgroup Processors, instead of compute units. This became possible due to the fact that in RDNA3 the computing units will not be as independent as in the original RDNA and even RDNA2, in which groups of two CUs began to use common resources.

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    Other rumors say that AMD will not play the game with NVIDIA to expand the memory access bus, but will instead improve the Infinity Cache technology by increasing the size of the cache on the core and keeping the «available» memory bus at 256 bits.

    As for the chip itself, according to rumors, it will be called Navi 31, will have a modular multi-chip design with at least two logical cores of 30 WGP each. The processor will be manufactured using TSMC N5 technology, or a special 6 nm process developed for AMD.

    Like NVIDIA’s next generation of Lovelace GPUs, the next generation of AMD RDNA3 is due in 2022.

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    TechPowerUp

    The Radeon RX 6700 XT is a recent release, but that doesn’t mean AMD isn’t planning to release more affordable RDNA 2-based GPUs. cards based on Navi 23, which will replace the Radeon RX 5600 (without XT). Like its predecessor, the new video card will receive 32 computing units and 2048 stream processors.

    AMD RDNA 2 architecture

    Like other RDNA 2 based cards, the new Navi 23 based card will feature 16 Gb/s GDDR6 video memory and support for Infinity Cache. This GPU is said to have 64MB and 8GB of 128-bit VRAM, which is half the cache and half the speed of the AMD RX 6800, RX 6800 XT, and RX 6900 XT.

    With a chip size of 236 mm 2 , the Navi 23 will be almost 30% smaller than the Navi 22 found in the RX 6700 XT. Presumably this means that GPU performance is reduced by 25% and memory bandwidth by 33%.

    Based on the stated specifications, AMD is expected to use the Navi 23 processor in the AMD RX 6600 or RX 6600 XT accelerators. The cards will target the mid-range gamer who wants to play at 1080p on high settings and 1440p on medium settings. Also, these cards are suitable for laptops.

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    AMD is currently rumored to release Ryzen 5000 series processors this month and Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards in November.

    According to Yuri Bubliy, the author of the CTR and DRAM Calculator for Ryzen utilities, AMD has scheduled the release of the Ryzen 5000 processors on October 20, just 12 days after their official announcement. The Ryzen 7 5800X and Ryzen 9 5900X models will be released first, with the Ryzen 5 5600X and Ryzen 9 5950X coming a bit later. In addition, Yuri noted that this information is of the «obsolete» , but AMD’s plans have not changed.

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    ComputerBase also revealed that the company will ship Ryzen 5000 processors on October 20th or 27th. As for the Ryzen 4000 series, the likelihood of its appearance is already minimized.

    In addition to the CPU, Yuri Bubliy also announced the release of the Radeon RX 6000 series of video cards, which will take place between November 15 and 20, a couple of weeks after the AMD GPU event, which will be held on October 28.

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    Over the past three weeks, Lisa Su, Executive Director, has already announced a new powerful graphic processor twice, which will be able to resist RTX 2080 NVIDIA. And so, the first specifications of this video card became known.

    Big Navi GPU reportedly finding its way into Radeon RX 59 graphics card50XT. The chip will receive 80 computing cores, 5120 stream processors and performance at the level of 17.5 teraflops. The new RDNA2 architecture will also enable hardware-accelerated ray tracing.

    But what about gaming performance? 80 compute units is double that of the Radeon RX 5700 XT. However, it is hardly worth counting on a double increase in speed. The Radeon RX 5700 XT graphics card consumes 225W, and AMD will probably have to lower the frequency to 1500-1700 MHz to reduce the appetites of the new accelerator. The TweakTown website, citing its own sources, reports that AMD did not receive such energy efficiency from the transition to 7 nm + as expected, and therefore savings are inevitable. That is why the performance of the Radeon RX 59 is expected to50 XT will be the same as the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, the 2018 graphics card.

    It takes another half a year to produce a new AMD card, but by September NVIDIA plans to release the Ampere generation, and AMD again runs the risk of falling behind.

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    So, there are rumors that the company plans to introduce a video card based on two Tahiti processors in the first quarter of the coming year. It is said that the card will be presented right after the February announcement of the more economical HD 7950 accelerator.

    The Tahiti XT GPU is already considered the fastest in the world, and thanks to the high energy efficiency of 28 nm chips, AMD should not have any problems creating dual cards. It is expected that the new two-headed beast will receive as much as 6 GB of video memory. At the same time, the accelerator will not consume excessive energy, thanks to both the efficiency of each of the GPUs and ZeroCore technology, which allows the video card to completely disable an unused core when idle.

    This release will put a lot of pressure on NVIDIA, even more than the release of the fastest single-processor video card — HD 7950. After all, AMD will prepare two of the fastest video accelerators on the planet, despite the fact that NVIDIA does not yet have a hint of high-end Kepler architecture chips.

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    Comment on related news support third generation PCI-Express bus.

    Discrete video accelerators intended for installation in desktop PCs will have a PCI-Express 3.0 x16 interface. At the same time, they will be fully backwards compatible with older bus versions, including generations 1 and 2. Motherboards sold today have slots in the second version of PCI-E, however, recently some manufacturers have included support for PCI-Express 3.0 in their motherboards.

    The new bus will get twice the bandwidth compared to PCI-E 2.0, which has a speed of 1 GB/s per lane per direction. Thus, PCI-Express 3.0 x16 will be able to pass up to 32 GB / s (256 Gb / s) in total, or up to 16 GB / s in each of the directions.

    AMD’s next-generation GPUs, codenamed «Southern Islands», will be manufactured in TSMC’s 28nm process.

    The reason for this decision by AMD is not entirely clear. It is possible that the company just wants to keep up with the times, or maybe this is just another marketing ploy. However, it is also possible that the new top-end Radeon HD 7000 video cards no longer have enough PCI-E 2.0 bandwidth.

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    TechPowerUp

    Steam Deck gaming laptops began shipping in February. This machine has proven to be quite successful, so it’s not surprising that the company has started development of the second version of the computer, and AMD is already developing a new SoC for it.

    According to Videocardz, the new SoC for processors will be based on the Zen4 architecture. The chip will contain 4 cores and 8 threads, as well as integrated graphics based on the new RDNA3 architecture. As a result of architectural changes and the transition to new, thinner manufacturing processes, the chip will be 50% more energy efficient in terms of graphics compared to the current version.

    Obviously, at this stage it is too early to talk about the differences between the processors for the regular and Pro versions of the minicomputer. Reviewers note that the current version of Steam Deck will be on the market for at least a year, so that AMD will still have enough time for development.

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    AMD introduced the Ryzen 6000 Rembrandt mobile APUs in January. These processors are based on Zen 3+ compute and new RDNA 2 graphics that are twice as fast as the previous generation Vega.

    However, the company will also increase the number of computing units. So, in the maximum version of the APU, AMD had 11 Vega blocks, but in the Ryzen 6000 there will already be 12 of them, thanks to the transition to a 7 nm process. The clock frequency will also be increased.

    Lisa Su introduces the Rembrandt

    APU But the company won’t stop there. According to YouTube reviewer Red Gaming Tech (RGT), the new generation of Phoenix accelerated processors can have up to 24 CU, twice as much as now. The graphics architecture in the APU data is not yet known, but most likely the company will remain on RDNA 2 for now.

    Comparative performance of FP32 in various AMD

    APUs Phoenix APUs with 24 CU are expected to outperform the GTX 1060 (4,375 teraflops), which has long been the most popular model on Steam. At the same time, the 16 CU option will be faster than the GTX 1050 Ti (2.65 teraflops). However, do not forget that the graphics performance in the APU is affected by the speed of the memory.

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    Neowin

    AMD’s Radeon RX 6000 graphics card line-up offers a fairly wide selection. The firm recently introduced the lower-end RX 6400 accelerator, but it turned out that there was still room for innovation.

    Komachi Ensaka pointed to a previously unknown graphics card while demonstrating changes to the latest AMD GPU Performance API. AMD GPU Performance API 3. 10 was noted to support «additional GPUs and APUs, including AMD Radeon RX 6300, 6400, and 6500 GPUs» .

    Radeon RX6400 video card

    Obviously, this will be the slowest card in the series. It will be based on the Navi 24 GPU with less than 768 active stream processors. This means that the chip will be manufactured using TSMC N6 technology and should use 16 MB of Infinity Cache. Since the RX 6400 uses 4GB of VRAM, expect the RX 6300 to only have 2GB of 64-bit GDDR6 memory. However, this is just an assumption.

    Given the expected performance of this solution, we expect the RX 6300 to be exclusive to OEM builders, but it’s possible that it will eventually hit the retail market, as happened with the RX 6400.

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    KitGuru

    AMD has already confirmed that RDNA3 graphics will be released this year, but no official information about this GPU has yet been provided. However, such information is gradually seeping into the Web.

    This time we are talking about the production technology of future GPUs. It turns out that RDNA3 will be based on both 5nm and 6nm manufacturing technologies at the same time. According to the information in the LinkedIn profile of one of the engineers, he is developing the Navi 31 and Navi 32 GPUs, which use both technologies at the same time. All this can serve as an indirect confirmation that these processors will still be multi-chip modules. At the same time, Navi 33 is manufactured exclusively according to 6 nm standards, and this chip will be monolithic.

    AMD Radeon

    GPU The profile also shows work on the MI300 GPU. It was previously thought that this would be the company’s first MCM product. However, like Navi 33, it is also manufactured at 6nm, which leads to opposite thoughts.

    Screenshot from AMD engineer’s LinkedIn profile

    The engineer has now removed information about unannounced GPUs, but screenshots are not known to burn.

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    KitGuru

    AMD CEO Lisa Su has officially confirmed that next-generation Ryzen and Radeon products will be released this year.

    The company is developing new CPU architectures, Zen 4, and GPUs, RDNA3, that will power Ryzen 7000 series CPUs and Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards. production capacity. This increase in production capacity will allow the company to successfully pass 2022.

    AMD CEO Lisa Su

    Both product lines are scheduled to be released by the end of 2022, which will have a limited impact on the company’s 2022 earnings. But even so, AMD expects to make $21.5 billion in profit, up 31% from 2021. This increase in profits also means a significant increase in deliveries, which was the likely reason for the additional booking of production from TSMC.

    Along with Zen 4, AMD plans to release a new AM5 platform that will support PCIe 5. 0 interface and DDR5 memory. As for the Zen 4 architecture itself, compared to the current Zen 3, it will receive big changes, which will significantly increase performance.

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    Insider Greymon55 has published information about the timing of the release of new AMD products. This insider has already changed his nickname three times, so it is difficult to recognize him as a well-known informant.

    Radeon RX 6500 XT

    As for the entry-level graphics card, AMD hasn’t decided yet when it will release it. We are talking about the RX 6500 model, without the XT, and it will sell for under $130. This card will receive a Navi 24 GPU with 768 stream processors and 4 GB of GDDR6 video memory with a bus width of 64 bits. If these specs are correct, then the expected accelerator will be the first retail accelerator to feature the RDNA2 architecture and require no additional power.

    Reporting on the Radeon RX 6X50XT, he notes that this updated series will appear in June or July. These graphics cards are expected to feature 18Gb/s GDDR6 memory, which is currently exclusive to the RX 6500XT/RX 69 models.00XT.

    This means that the RX 6X50XT update will go on sale just a few months before the arrival of the RDNA3 architecture.

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    Videocardz

    Rumors began to appear on the web that AMD may be preparing an interim update of RX0 RDNA2 video cards, the series of which will receive the number X series Radeon XT5 Radeon XT5.

    AMD Radeon RX 6×50 XT graphics cards are real, according to insider Wjm47196, who regularly reports insider information. They will be based on Navi 21 (currently RX 6900XT and 6800) and Navi 22 (RX 6700XT) and are scheduled for release in Q2 2022. They will be on sale for one or two quarters, after which the RDNA3 generation of cards will be released.

    AMD Radeon 6800 XT

    graphics card The Navi 21/22 cores in the updated line are expected to be built at TSMC factories on the updated 6 nm technology, in addition, they may also receive a memory upgrade. Early rumors said that instead of using 16Gb/s GDDR6 memory, the updated cards will get 18Gb/s memory.

    The release of the Radeon RX 6×50 XT series appears to be a response to NVIDIA’s upgrade of accelerators and the release of RTX 3080 12GB, RTX 3090 Ti, and possibly RTX 3070 Ti with 16GB VRAM. In addition, both manufacturers are trying to get the most out of their products in anticipation of the release of Arc Alchemist video accelerators from Intel.

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    KitGuru

    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 and RTX 3060 Ti graphics cards will be back in limited supply in September. This is reported by the Chinese store IT Home.

    This message is sure to disappoint anyone who dreamed of buying a new video card, seeing as their prices slowly stabilized, and shipments in the second quarter rose to 123 million units.

    NVIDIA RTX 30 family

    The site notes that shipments of the RTX 3060 and RTX 3060 Ti will drop by 50% in September compared to the first 20 days of August. This information is also confirmed by representatives of many manufacturers who are actively discussing the current situation on the forums. The situation with limited supplies will last at least until the end of September, after which, gradually, it should begin to improve.

    VideoCardz believes that the problem will not be limited to the above two models, but will spread to the entire production of cards from NVIDIA and AMD. The reason for all this shortage is said to be another reduction in the production of video cards in China due to new lockdowns caused by COVID-19.

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    video card market

    Modern graphics cards use DisplayPort version 1.4 video output. However, in the third generation of RDNA video cards, DisplayPort 2.0 video output may appear, which will bring long-awaited changes to the video output system.

    AMD RDNA 3 GPU

    What can DP 2.0 do? It is primarily designed to output images at an ultra-high bitrate of 20 GB/s on a single line. When using four, the transfer speed increases to 80 GB / s. This makes it possible to output a 10K uncompressed image at 60 fps, or a couple of 4K images at 144 Hz. When using compression, the possibilities expand noticeably.

    We’ll just have to wait and see if AMD can bring DisplayPort 2.0 to the masses in the near future.

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    Top-of-the-line GPU features 32GB of GDDR6 VRAM, double that of Radeon RX 69’s top gaming solution00XT.

    Based on the RDNA 2 architecture, the new graphics cards are designed for demanding professionals who work in design and architecture, develop ultra-high definition media projects, and run complex engineering simulations.

    The company presented two video cards for desktop workstations and one mobile one, which, judging by the specifications, fully corresponds to the desktop version.

    AMD Radeon Pro W6800 video card

    New generation of professional accelerators at 79% faster than the previous one. Among the benefits of the new Radeon Pro W6000 series cards, developers noted an increased number of compute units with real-time ray tracing acceleration, Smart Access Memory technologies, AMD Infinity Cache, Viewport Boost and certified ISV for leading professional applications.

    AMD Radeon Pro W6600 graphics card

    9005 22 22 (14) 9005 2 (14) 9005

    Model Stream processors TFLOPS GDDR6 ECC memory GB (Gb/s) Memory bandwidth, GB/s memory interface, bit Video Exit
    AMD Radeon Pro W6800 3840

    (60 CU)

    to 17.83 (FP32)

    to 35.66 (FP16)

    9005 32 (16)

    512 256 6 × mini-displayPort 1.4
    AMD Radeon Pro 1792

    (28 CU)

    to 10.4 (FP32) 900.8 (FP32) 900.8 (FP32) 900.8 (FP32)

    8 (14) 224 128 4 × DisplayPort 1.4
    AMD Radeon Pro W66005550

    1792

    (28 CU)

    to 10. 4 (FP32)

    to 20.8 (FP16)

    128 Defined by laptop

    The AMD Radeon Pro W6800 is already available for order at $2,250. At the same time, the Radeon Pro W6600 will be available in Q3 for a much more affordable price of $650. If you have a mobile workstation and want to upgrade, then it will be available to you from June, however, the card will not be available in all countries.

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    Hexus

    It’s no secret that AMD is preparing a new RDNA 3 graphics architecture and a new Zen 4 processor architecture. The other day it became known that their release will take place simultaneously.

    AMD is reportedly planning to introduce both Zen 4 architecture processors and RDNA 3 graphics at the end of next year. For example, Ryzen 7000 processors and Radeon RX 7000 graphics cards will be introduced in the fourth quarter of 2022. The company connects such a distant period with the current shortage of microcircuits.

    AMD

    CPU roadmap We see that the 5nm process is completely monopolized by Apple, and Zen 4 will be manufactured using the same technology and by the same manufacturer TSMC, which will not have the corresponding production capacity before this date. At the same time, by the end of next year, Cupertino will switch to 3nm production, which means that AMD will place its orders without any problems.

    AMD GPU Roadmap

    As for the video card market, it is still in a state of shock. Prices for video cards are speculative, but even with a threefold overpayment, it is very difficult to buy video cards, they are all bought up by miners. That is why AMD now sees no need to release a new generation of video accelerators. 9

    Guru of 3D

    During Computex, AMD introduced three new graphics accelerators based on the RDNA2 architecture for mobile devices To attract laptop manufacturers and improve sales, the company has also established a premium program, following the example of its competitors.

    At the top of the family of announced graphics cards is the Radeon RX 6800M, which is very similar to the desktop Radeon RX 6700 XT. It contains 40 CUs (2560 shaders) and 12 GB of video memory with bus 192 bits and 96 MB Infinity Cache. The maximum GPU frequency is 2300 MHz, and the heat dissipation is 145 W, which is quite good compared to the desktop solution, which consumes 230 W at 2424 MHz. This was achieved by selecting a GPU with a more loyal voltage / frequency curve. OEMs can change the TDP and frequency settings themselves. In terms of performance, AMD compares it to the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 8GB.

    Radeon RX 6800M Presentation

    The mid-range model, the Radeon RX 6700M, uses 36 CU (2304 shaders), memory is reduced to 10 GB, and the bus is reduced to 160 bits. The volume of Infinity Cache is 80 MB. There is nothing to compare it to in the desktop version, and most likely, the perfect comparison will be with the upcoming Radeon RX 6600 desktop graphics card. The RX 6700M clock speed is 2300 MHz, and the heat dissipation is reduced to 135 watts.

    Presentation of the video card Radeon RX 6700M

    The simplest of the presented solutions is called the Radeon RX 6600M. It also has nothing to compare with in the desktop segment. The number of shaders on this GPU has been reduced to 1792. 128-bit bus memory is 8 GB, while Infinity Cache is only 32 MB, as the card is positioned for 1080p gaming. The heat dissipation of the solution is 50-100 W. With its help, AMD plans to compete with the RTX 3060.

    Presentation of the Radeon RX 6600M 9 video card0046 All three presented video accelerators support Smart Access Memory (SAM), Resizable Bar and SmartShift technologies. The latter is designed to redistribute power between the CPU and GPU.

    AMD Advantage Display Requirements

    And to better promote its products in the gaming market, AMD has created a marketing initiative called the AMD Advantage program. This is a certification program for gaming laptops. Laptops that meet its requirements must have LFC FreeSync Premium displays with a frequency of more than 144 Hz and a brightness of more than 300 cd/m2, must use certified IPS or OLED panels. Notebooks must use an NVMe SSD, have a battery life of more than 10 hours, the temperature on the WASD keys must be less than 40 ° C, and in games in games, laptops must be able to produce more than 100 fps in FHD resolution.

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    Hexus

    The graphic processor RDNA 3 is growing more and more rumors, and people close to the developers discuss it.

    This time we’re talking about a Twitter conversation between KittyYYuko enthusiast and RedGamingTech YouTuber Paul Eccleson. In his tweet, Eccleston assures that the top version of the RDNA 3 GPU will be Navi 31. This processor will find its place in the upper segment of video cards and will be a dual chiplet for 80 computing units with an I / O core. In his tweet, Eccleston assured that «Navi 31 is about 2.5 times faster than Navi 21. Same RT performance as NVIDIA (maybe a little less when it happens). ML is still supported as low precision operations» .

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    GPU roadmap Japanese enthusiast KittyYYuko commented that 2.5x is too low, to which the RGT editor replied that he himself saw a 2.5x performance increase compared to the Radeon RX 6900 XT, however this was demonstrated on «old samples» .

    According to the AMD roadmap, the RDNA 3 architecture should be available by the end of 2022, but the published performance information should be taken with great caution, like any other rumors.

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    Hexus

    We are all looking forward to the GPU shortage issue being resolved. NVIDIA RTX 30 Series Accelerators and AMD Radeon RX 69 Series Accelerators00 and RX 6800 made little difference. It seems that the release of the RX 6700 XT will not change it either.

    According to IgorsLab, only «several thousand» RX 6700 XT cards will be released in the entire European Union, and only a couple of them will be available in Germany. Given the deferred demand for video cards, there is no doubt that the first supply of accelerators will be sold out instantly, and demand for them will remain at a high level.

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    At the same time, according to RedGamingTech, the UK market will receive from one to two thousand pieces at the time of launch, and then deliveries in the same amount are planned weekly. It turns out that AMD has much higher hopes for Britain than for the entire EC.

    Let’s hope that AMD is just trying out the market this way, and if it responds with a lot of demand, then the company will be able to satisfy it. Recall that the Radeon RX 6700 XT video cards will go on sale tomorrow, March 18.

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    comment on related news And as it turned out, the release of RX 6700 graphics cards is just around the corner.

    Almost nothing is known about this map officially. According to rumors, the video card will be based on the Navi 22 GPU with 2304 stream processors (36 CU) and 6 or 12 GB of video memory.

    Asus has submitted a wide range of Asus Radeon RX 6700 XT accelerators for certification, and this list included one RX 6700 series Phoenix card, which is equipped with 12 GB of video memory.

    Radeon RX 6700 XT

    Graphics Card With the 12 GB version of the Radeon RX 6700 XT aimed at competing with the RTX 3070 and 3060 Ti, with both of these NVIDIA cards having 8 GB of VRAM, the Radeon RX 6700 will compete with the RTX 3060. that the amount of video memory they will have the same.

    No release dates for the Radeon RX 6700 have been announced yet. Most likely, we should expect it on the shelves in a few months.

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    comment on similar news And it was only a matter of time before AMD took the same position.

    According to recent rumors, AMD is preparing three new GPU mining models. These are the Radeon RX 5700XTB, RX 5700B, and RX 5500XTB models, where the B stands for Blockchain.

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    A recent AMD Direct Rendering Manager (DRM) patch introduces Navi 12 GPUs, which are exclusive to Apple Macs and the Radeon Pro 5600M. This means that AMD can release Navi 12 and Navi 10 GPUs for miners in exactly the same way. At the same time, evidence of this has already appeared in the driver for Linux.

    At the same time, whether AMD will release some kind of performance limiter for cryptocurrencies on gaming cards, following the example of NVIDIA, remains unclear. Let’s hope that AMD will soon clarify the situation and take steps to improve the situation in the gaming graphics card market.

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    The RDNA 2 video card is not yet available for purchase, but the RDNA 3 architecture is already in development. At the same time, the company describes the development process of the next generation with the phrase “very good” , adding that it is “truly delighted” with the trajectory of the new RDNA 3 architecture.

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    TweakTown

    AMD, while presenting RDNA2 video cards, talked about the new Smart Memory Access technology, which allows you to noticeably speed up the memory subsystem.

    AMD is currently in a unique situation. The company produces CPUs and GPUs, so it can try to combine them effectively, giving its customers the advantage of choosing a computer built entirely on AMD.

    Presentation of Smart Memory Access

    The first such advantage was a technology called AMD Smart Access Memory, which is exclusive to owners of AMD Ryzen 5000 processors, 500-series motherboards and RX 6000 video cards. By building a computer that meets these requirements, you can get a noticeable increase in memory speed.

    Thanks to Smart Memory Access technology, the CPU has access to all 16 GB of the RX 6000’s video memory. This will increase gaming performance in games already released, and in games that will be developed with this technology in mind, the increase will be more noticeable.

    Performance increase in games when using Smart Memory Access

    Due to access to VRAM, the processor can get all the benefits of both the PCIe 4.0 bus and fast GDDR6 video memory, as well as its additional, to operational, volume. Now this technology is already showing an increase in games at the level of 5-11%.

    From now on, AMD does not just offer to buy a central processor or video card, but offers a complete solution that can provide increased performance compared to the choice of components from competing manufacturers.

    Stamps

    AMD has never worked and does not work directly with the consumer market. Instead, Radeon GPUs are sold to independent assemblers who then manufacture ready-to-use graphics cards based on Radeon processors to various OEMs or directly to retailers. The main consumers of Radeon products: Sapphire Technology, ASRock, PowerColor, XFX, HIS (suppliers that produce only video cards based on AMD graphics chips), Asus, Gigabyte, MSI.

    Generations

    Trade name Series Process technology (nm) Supported API versions Notes
    DirectX OpenGL Mantle
    R7000-R7200 R100 180 DirectX 7.0 OpenGL 1.3 No First GPU to fully support DirectX 7 features. Announced in 2000. The R100 had a high throughput and filling rate due to the use of new HyperZ technology in it. Early models included the Radeon SDR, DDR, LE(DDR), and 7000/VE.
    R7500 RV200 150 No Reducing the size of the R100 crystal along with some changes in the logic of the core and a changed frequency of operation. Announced in 2001. The only consumer graphics card series released is the Radeon 7500.
    R8500,R9000-R9250 R200 DirectX 8.1 OpenGL 1.4 No Second Generation Radeon. First application of the programmable pixel shader architecture. The latest version of pixel shaders 1.4 is supported. This series includes the Radeon 8500, 9000, 9200 and 9250.
    R9500-R9800, X300-X600, X1050 R300 DirectX 9.0 OpenGL 2.0 No DirectX 9.0 support and integrated pixel shader. Announced in 2002. This series includes the Radeon 9500-9800, X300-X600 and X1050.
    X700-850 R420 130 DirectX 9.0b No Largely based on the previous generation, this series features support for pixel shaders version 2b. This new shader version, specified by ATI and Microsoft, provides more programming flexibility. This series includes the Radeon X700-X850.
    X1300-1950 R520 90/80 DirectX 9. 0c No A series of video cards that support DirectX 9.0c and Pixel Shaders version 3. Released in October 2005. Video cards of this series have full support for the technologies required to provide anti-aliasing when using the High Dynamic Range Rendering effect. The series includes the Radeon X1300-X1950. These were the last video cards to have the prefix «X» in the designation, the letters «HD» are used in the designation of newer cards, sometimes — «R»
    HD2000-HD3000 R600 65/55 nm DirectX 10.0/
    DirectX 10.1 (RV670)
    OpenGL 3.3 No The first series of Radeon GPUs to fully support DirectX 10 technology and the second attempt to implement a unified shader model. The main products in this series are the HD 2400, HD 2600 and HD 2900. There is also a reduced die size HD 3000 model that fully supports DirectX 10.1.
    HD4000 R700 55 DirectX 10. 1 No Based on the R600 core. All in all, a transitional model with more stream processors, lower power consumption, support for GDDR5 video memory for high-end RV770 and RV740(HD4770) GPUs. It went on sale in June 2008. The HD 4850 and HD 4870 models are equipped with eight hundred stream processors and GDDR3 and GDDR5 video memory, respectively. Model 4890 was actually a copy of the 4870 with increased operating frequencies. The 4870×2 model had one thousand six hundred stream processors and GDDR5 memory installed on a 512-bit bus with an effective bandwidth of up to two hundred and thirty-four tenths of a Gb / s.
    HD5000 Evergreen 40 DirectX 11 OpenGL 4.5 No Series available since September 2009. Introduces a new 40nm process with more stream processors and full support for the new version of the DirectX 11 graphics API released in October 2009simultaneously with Microsoft Windows 7. Starting from this family, the traditional Rxxx / RVxxx construction has ceased to be used in the code name. The first video cards of this family were 5870 and 5850. Drivers with full support for OpenGL 4.0 were released for all video cards included in this family [1] .
    HD6000 Northern Islands No This is the first graphics card family to be released under the AMD brand. Introduces the third generation of 40nm graphics cards, redesigning the existing architecture and shader model to improve performance. Available October 2010 as 6850 and 6870 graphics cards. 3D video output via HDMI 1.4a and DisplayPort 1.2
    HD7000 Southern Islands 40/28 DirectX 11 /

    11.2 / 12

    OpenGL 4.5 Yes Introduces the new Graphics Core Next computing architecture along with the VLIW5 architecture used in the previous generation. Supports 4K (resolution).
    HD8000 Sea Islands 40/28 DirectX 11.0 / 11.2 / 12 OpenGL 4.5 Yes All 2013. The OEM-only series is a rebadged HD7000.
    R5 210-230, R7 240-265, R9 270-290 Volcanic Islands 28 DirectX 11.2/12 OpenGL 4.5 Yes Since October 2013. New low-level Mantle API (support in some games, in particular on the Frostbite 3 engine), for direct access to hardware bypassing the highly abstract DirectX, designed to increase performance (will work on all GCN cards). TrueAudio hardware acceleration technology (effects, positioning, mixing) (requires support from the game side), designed to take the sound quality in games to a new level.
    R5 3xx, R7 3xx, R9 3xx,

    R9 Nano / Fury / Fury X

    Pirate Islands, Caribbean Islands 28 DirectX 11.2/12 OpenGL 4. 5 / Vulkan Yes
    AMD Radeon RX 400 series Arctic Islands, Polaris 14 DirectX 12 OpenGL 4.5 / Vulkan Yes
    AMD Radeon RX 500 series Polaris 14/12 DirectX 12 OpenGL 4.5 / Vulkan Yes
    AMD Radeon RX Vega Vega 14/7 DirectX 12 OpenGL 4.5 / Vulkan Yes
    AMD Radeon RX 5000 series Navi 7 DirectX 12 OpenGL 4.5 / Vulkan Yes
    AMD Radeon RX 6000 series Big Navi 7 DirectX 12 OpenGL 4.5 / Vulkan Yes Radeon RX 6000 devices became the first among AMD video cards to receive hardware support for Ray Tracing technology (ray tracing, ray tracing)

    Naming and positioning

    Currently, Radeon labeling includes generation, market segment, and relative performance information. The first digit of the designation (for example, 5xxx) indicates the generation of the video card and is a reference to the graphics processor used in it. The second number indicates the market segment that this video card is aimed at. For example, a video card with the designation x9xx is ranked in the highest segment, while the designation x5xx indicates the budget class of this video card. The third digit of the designation shows the relative performance within its segment, that is, xx7x is a more powerful video card than xx5x. At the same time, as a rule, it is considered that video cards of a higher market segment are generally more productive (x85x is more powerful than x77x). Initially, video card name suffixes were used to determine performance. The tables below contain all the details of the classification of video cards, as well as the history of its change.

    Of particular note is that, starting with DirectX 9-class video cards, the Radeon notation has changed. Initially, the following system was used.

    Product category Card designation
    (* — any character)
    Typical suffixes Price segment
    (USD)
    Memory Outputs Product examples
    Type Bit length (bit) Size (Mb)
    Advanced/
    Advanced
    *9**
    *8**
    XTX, XT, XT PE, XL, Pro, GTO, GT, >$200 GDDR3,
    GDDR4,
    GDDR5
    256 or
    384
    1024, 2048, 3072 Dual DVI and
    HDMI (HD 2000 dongle)
    9800, X800, X1950, HD 2900
    Main *7**
    *6**
    *5**
    XT, XL, Pro, SE, GTO, GT, HD $70-200 DDR2,
    GDDR3,
    GDDR4
    128 128, 256, 512 or 1024 D-sub,DVI/
    Dual DVI and
    HDMI (HD 2000 dongle)
    7500, X700, X1600, HD 2600
    Budget /
    inexpensive
    *4**
    *3**
    *2**
    *1**
    *0**
    SE, HM <$70 DDR2,
    GDDR3
    64 64 or 128
    (HM: 768 or 1024)
    D-sub, DVI and
    HDMI (HD 2000 dongle)
    X300, X1050,
    X1400, HD 2400

    The labeling principles changed in 2001. Then it was proposed to designate 7xxx video cards with DirectX 7 support, 8xxx with DirectX 8 support, etc. However, already in 2002, Radeon 9000/9200 video cards came out, which had full hardware support only for DirectX 8. ATI advertised them as “compatible with DirectX 9.0″, while the Radeon 9 graphics cardThe 700, which did support DirectX 9 in hardware, was advertised as being «DirectX 9.0 compliant».

    With the release of the Radeon HD 3000, the company stopped using the suffixes PRO, XT, GT and XTX in product designations, and the product classification began to be based on the last two digits of the designation (see above) [2] . A similar change has taken place in the naming of embedded GPUs. Below is a scheme for constructing the designations of video cards after all these changes.

    Category Designation range

    (in increments of 10) 1

    Product price
    (USD)
    Memory Outputs Example(s)
    Type Bit depth
    (bit)
    Size (Mb)
    Advanced/
    Advanced
    800-990 >$300 GDDR3,
    GDDR4,
    GDDR5
    256 256, 512 or 1024 2 DVI,
    HDMI, DP (dongle)
    HD 3850/3870
    HD 4830/4850/4870/4890
    HD 5830/5850/5870/5970
    Main 600-790 $150-250 DDR2,
    GDDR3,
    GDDR4
    128 128, 256, 512 or 1024 D-sub, DVI HD 3650
    HD 4650/4670
    HD 5670/5750/5770
    DVI, 2 DP,
    HDMI (dongle)
    Budget/
    inexpensive
    330-590 <$150 DDR2,
    GDDR3
    64 64 or 128
    (HM: 768 or 1024)
    D-sub, DVI,
    HDMI, DP (dongle)
    HD 3450/3470
    HD 5450/5550/5570
    Integrated graphics processors 000-300 Not available UMA,
    side-port memory
    (GDDR2/GDDR3)
    UMA, 16 (side-port) 64, UMA
    (OS dependent)
    D-sub, DVI,
    HDMI, DP,
    Component (YCbCr)
    X1270/X1250/X1200
    HD 3200/HD 3100/2100

    After the release of AMD Fusion, the implementation of AMD’s system-on-a-chip principle, the principle of naming video cards has been adjusted again. The following table shows the recent system.

    Category Range
    Designation
    (in increments of 10) 1
    Product price
    (USD)
    Memory Outputs Examples
    Type Bit depth
    (bit)
    Size (Mb)
    Advanced/
    Advanced
    900-990 >$300 GDDR5 256 or 384 2048
    2×2048
    2 DVI, HDMI, mini-DP HD 6950/6970
    HD 6990/HD 7970
    HD 7950/HD 7990
    Performance /
    Medium
    700-890 $150-299 GDDR5 128
    256
    1024 or 2048 2 DVI, HDMI, 2 mini-DP HD 6750/6770
    HD 6790/6850/6870
    HD 7750/7770
    HD 7850/7870
    Basic/Inexpensive 500-690 <$150 DDR3,
    GDDR3,
    GDDR5
    128 512 or 1024 D-sub, DVI, HDMI, mini-DP HD 6570/6670
    Fusion Basic Series 400-690 Not available UMA,
    side-port memory
    (DDR3)?
    UMA, side-port? 128, UMA
    (OS dependent)
    D-sub, DVI, HDMI, mini-DP HD 6450

    Embedded Graphics Processor Llano:
    HD 6550D/6530D

    Low Power Fusion Series 000-390 Not available UMA UMA 64, UMA
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    D-sub, DVI, HDMI, mini-DP Embedded Graphics Processors Ontario/Zacate:
    HD 6320D/6310D/6290D/6250D
    • ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ 1460 70 correspond in meaning to the designation XT , and the numbers 50 correspond to the designation Pro . [3]

    Drivers

    Microsoft Windows

    AMD Radeon Software Crimson (originally ATI Catalyst) is a driver package for the Radeon family of graphics cards for Microsoft Windows.

    Unofficial amateur packages also exist, such as Omega [4] drivers and DNA [4] 9 drivers0256 . These packages usually contain a selection of different versions of drivers and special Windows registry keys that are aimed at improving performance and image quality. Naturally, official support for such packages is not carried out and correct operation is not guaranteed. There are also drivers that contain modified system files and are designed to allow advanced users to use the video card outside of the official specifications.

    Macintosh

    Previously, ATI supported Kexts [ specify ] for their video cards and motherboard chipsets produced for Apple computers. However, after the purchase of ATI by AMD, the latter stopped supporting drivers not only for classic versions of Mac OS, but also for OS X. Nevertheless, utilities for managing and configuring video cards for OS X are available through the Apple customer support site, however, kexts for previous versions of Mac OS can only be found on archive sites that keep older versions of drivers. The ATI Displays interface was used to manage and configure the capabilities of video cards, which worked not only with retail video cards, but also with their OEM versions.

    GNU/Linux

    There are two driver packages available for GNU/Linux: open source «Radeon» drivers created by the user community with support from AMD and based on AMD’s published specifications, and proprietary drivers released by AMD itself. Currently, open drivers are inferior to proprietary ones in terms of capabilities and speed, but this difference is rapidly shrinking and already at the end of 2014 became insignificant [5] . At the same time, thanks to the open development model of Radeon drivers, they have better integration with the Linux kernel (this is due to the fact that Linux kernel developers are also involved in their development) and they have access to user support from the authors of Linux distributions.

    Initially, ATI did not release its own drivers for Linux. Instead, full specifications were provided to developers of the Direct Rendering Infrastructure under various non-disclosure agreements. However, in 2004, ATI posted a recruitment ad to create a support team for the fglrx (FireGL and Radeon X) drivers for Linux (XFree86 and X.Org Server). The proprietary driver released was not a simple port of the Catalyst drivers for Windows. Instead, the Linux drivers were based on the code for the FireGL drivers (the FireGL drivers had worked with the Radeon before, although it wasn’t officially made available), a video card designed for professionals, not games. Thus the drivers for Linux are basically based on the same code as the ATI Catalyst for Windows since version 4.x released in 2004. Proprietary drivers for Linux do not support video cards based on the R200 chipset (Radeon 8500-9200, 9250) [6] . To avoid possible problems, it is recommended to install drivers only from the official repository of their manufacturer.

    The frequency of driver updates was initially insufficient, but increased significantly by the end of 2004, when new versions began to be released every two months, which is half as often as ATI Catalyst updates. Since the end of 2005, drivers have been released once a month, in sync with the Windows drivers.

    In 2008, AMD renumbered the drivers. Drivers now receive numbers according to the template ., although the files themselves still have internal numbering according to the old scheme. Since version 8.43, the Linux and Windows drivers are basically based on the same code. In 2009support for the R500 chipset and older has been removed from the drivers. The latest version with their support is 9.3.

    FreeBSD

    FreeBSD systems can use the same open source drivers as Linux. This provides support for 2D and 3D acceleration for chipsets up to and including R300. However, R300 support is largely experimental in nature, as full implementation requires reverse engineering of AMD’s proprietary drivers. However, with the publication of official specifications (which happened after the purchase of ATI), support for 2D modes was included in the driver up to the R700 chipset via free and open source drivers (FOSS). Support for basic functions (that is, an implementation of the OpenGL 1.5 API) 3D acceleration for chipsets up to R500 has also been added. Due to the lack of documentation, support for 3D acceleration on the R600/R700 chipsets is minimal and experimental. Work on providing support for the Evergreen chipset is at an early stage.

    Neither ATI previously nor AMD currently supports fglrx drivers for FreeBSD, but a port is known to exist, made by a third party in January 2007.

    Marketing features

    Until August 2010, the brand name was known as ATI Radeon™, after which AMD decided to rebrand it to AMD Radeon™ in order to spread its main brand [7] more widely. Products in the series up to and including the HD 5000 were labeled as ATI, while products in the HD 6000 and newer series are labeled as AMD [8] .

    Memory modules

    In August 2011, AMD expanded its use of the Radeon™ brand to include its RAM. The initial list of products under this brand contained three types of DDR3 SDRAM memory modules with a capacity of 2 GB: Entertainment (1333 MHz, CL9 9-9), UltraPro Gaming (1600 MHz, CL11 11-11) and Enterprise (specs not disclosed) [ 9] .

    see also

    • AMD GPU Comparison

    Notes

    1. ↑ Ready, Willing and Able — AMD Supports OpenGL 3.3 and OpenGL 4.0 | AMD Developer Central (unspecified) (unavailable link) . Retrieved January 17, 2013. Archived January 20, 2013.
    2. ↑ RV670 is Radeon HD 3800 Series by VR-Zone.com (undefined) (unavailable link) . Retrieved January 17, 2013. Archived January 20, 2013.
    3. (Spanish) MadboxPC thread Archived 23 April 2008 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved November 10, 2007.
    4. 1 2 Unofficial builds of DNA and Omega are no longer supported after 2012.
    5. ↑ AMD’s Open-Source Radeon Linux Driver: 2014 Was Incredible (undefined) . Phoronix (December 27, 2014). Retrieved 13 March 2015. Archived April 14, 2015.
    6. ↑ r2** support is completely broken with 8.25.18 — Rage3D Discussion Area Retrieved January 17, 2013. Archived January 20, 2013.
    7. ↑ ATI to be re-branded as AMD — ATI Radeon, ati, AMD, branding — ARN (unspecified) (unavailable link) . Retrieved 17 January 2013. Archived on January 20, 2013.
    8. ↑ AMD Officially Drops ATI Brand from FirePro and Radeon Marking — X-bit labs (undefined) (unavailable link) . Retrieved January 17, 2013. Archived January 20, 2013.
    9. ↑ AMD Quietly Releases Radeon-Branded Memory Modules — X-bit labs (undefined) (unavailable link) . Retrieved 17 January 2013. Archived on January 20, 2013.

    Links

    • Global Official Website
    • Official website Archived March 29, 2014 at the Wayback Machine
    • AMD/ATI Radeon Support Site in Russian, Local Driver Store Archived February 27, 2009 at the Wayback Machine
    • AMD(ATI) RADEON Video Card Families Reference Information Archived May 10, 2012 at the Wayback Machine

    AMD FX-7500 Specifications

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      AMD FX-7500 was released in 2014 and by 2022 it has moderate performance (better than 29% of all processors).
      The main advantages of this model are: Cores: 4, Maximum frequency: 3.3, Power consumption (TDP): 19.

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      Series AMD Kaveri

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      A large number of cores improves performance in multi-threaded applications.
      At the moment, increasing the number of processor cores is one of the priorities for increasing performance.

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      Threads

      More threads help the cores process information more efficiently. Real performance will be noticeable in very specific tasks (video editing, databases).

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      Number of transistors

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      History of video cards — Mind Map

      The development of video cards of the early 2000s

      Nvidia

      GeForce 2

      In 2000-2001, NVIDIA released a series of GeForce 2 video cards (GTS, Ultra, Pro, MX, etc. .). These video adapters had a 256-bit core — one of the most productive cores of the time.

      The base model is GeForce 2 GTS (GigaTexel Shading), codenamed NV15. This video card was manufactured using a 180-nm process technology and contained 25 million transistors. The amount of DDR SGRAM memory was 32 MB or 64 MB with a frequency of 200 MHz and a 128-bit bus. The adapter had 4 pixel pipelines. NV15 included full support for DirectX 7, OpenGL 1.2, as well as hardware processing of geometry and lighting (T&L).

      GeForce 3

      In 2001, GeForce 3 GPUs were released, codenamed NV20. The processor was produced according to the 150-nm process technology. The amount of memory was offered at 64 MB and 128 MB. The bus was 128-bit and consisted of four 32-bit controllers. The core ran at 200 MHz and the memory at 230 MHz. There were 4 pixel pipelines. The performance was 800 billion operations/sec. The memory bandwidth was 7.36 Gb / s

      The device supported the nFinite FX Engine, allowing you to create a huge number of different special effects. There was an improved LMA (Lightspeed Memory Architecture) memory architecture.

      The line of video cards consisted of modifications of the GeForce 3, GeForce 3 Ti 200 and Ti 500. They differed in clock speed, performance and memory bandwidth.

      subtopic

      GeForce 4

      NVIDIA’s next graphics card was the GeForce 4, which was released in 2002. With this name, two types of graphics cards were produced: high-performance Ti (Titanium) and budget MX. The GeForce 4 Ti line was represented by the Ti 4400, Ti 4600, and Ti 4200 models. The video cards differed in core and memory clock speeds. The amount of video memory was 128 MB (the Ti 4200 also offered 64 MB). The Titanium used a 128-bit 4-channel memory controller with LightSpeed ​​Memory Architecture II, 4 render units, 8 texture units, 2 T&Ls, an Accuview anti-aliasing subsystem, and an nFiniteFX II shader engine providing full support for DirectX 8.1 and OpenGL 1.3. The GeForce 4 Ti 4200 was the most popular due to its high performance at an affordable price.

      Radeon DDR and SDR

      ATI kept up with the progress and in 2000 released the Radeon R100 processor (originally called Rage 6). It was manufactured using the 180nm process technology and supported ATI HyperZ technology.

      Based on the R100, Radeon DDR and SDR video cards were released. Radeon DDR was produced with 32 MB or 64 MB video memory. The core and memory frequencies were 183 MHz, a 128-bit bus was used. The interface was AGP 4x. The video card had 2 pixel pipelines.

      The simplified version of SDR differed from Radeon DDR in the type of memory used and lower frequencies (166 MHz). The amount of memory in the Radeon SDR was provided only at 32 MB.

      Radeon 8500 and Radeon 7500

      In 2001, two chips Radeon 8500 and Radeon 7500 were released on the basis of RV200. The latest ATI developments were collected in the Radeon 8500, it turned out to be very fast. It was manufactured using a 150-nm process technology, contained 60 million transistors. The core and memory frequencies were 275 MHz. A 128-bit bus was used. The amount of DDR SDRAM memory was offered in two versions: 64 MB and 128 MB. There were 4 pixel pipelines. The Radeon 7500 was manufactured using the same 150nm process technology, but with 30 million transistors. The core was clocked at 290 MHz, and memory at 230 MHz. There were 2 pixel pipelines.

      Radeon 9700 Pro

      In the summer of 2002, ATI released the R300 chip, which was manufactured using a 150-nm process technology and contained about 110 million transistors. It had 8 pixel pipelines. The chip also supported improved anti-aliasing methods.

      The R300 was based on the Radeon 9700 video card with 325 MHz core clock and 310 MHz memory. The amount of memory was 128 MB. The memory bus was 256-bit DDR.

      At the beginning of 2003, the Radeon 9700 was replaced by the Radeon 9800 video card. New solutions were built on the R350 chip, with increased clock frequencies and improved shader units and a memory controller.

      Video cards of today

      NVIDIA

      GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

      The GeForce GTX 1050 Ti was based on a full-fledged chip. It got two clusters of CPU graphics, which means that there are six streaming multiprocessors. They are packed with 768 CUDA cores, 48 ​​texture units and 32 ROPs. Again, Polaris has 11 rasterization units totaling 16. The truncated GP107 core, as you might guess, lost one streaming multiprocessor. But the power margin allowed us to slightly raise its frequency. Video memory GeForce GTX 1050 Ti — 4 GB.

      GeForce GTX 1060

      NVIDIA introduced the GeForce GTX 1060 in two versions. Their differences lie in the number of universal processors and the amount of video memory. So the first option has 1280 CUDA cores and 6 GB of video memory, and the second one has 1152 CUDA cores and 3 GB of memory. There is also a difference in the number of texture units — 80 and 72, respectively. In other parameters, these models are identical, including power consumption. In practice, the difference in performance between these two modifications is approximately 7-9percent.

      GeForce GTX 1070

      At the heart of the GeForce GTX 1070 is a video chip marked GP104, the same as the older 1080 model, but with fewer universal processors (CUDA cores). This graphics chip is based on NVIDIA’s new Pascal microarchitecture. The Pascal architecture brought us the long-awaited 16-nanometer process technology, which allowed us to significantly increase the operating frequencies of the graphics core. So in GPU Boost mode, this value can reach 1.7-1.8 GHz. Together with the new type of video memory GDDR5X, improved texture compression algorithm, all this allows GeForce 10-series graphics cards to reach a whole new level of performance. Will please the GeForce GTX 1070 and overclockers in terms of overclocking.

      GeForce GTX 1080

      A new process technology has brought the possibility of a significant increase in GPU clock speeds. In GPU Boost mode, the GPU can reach a frequency of 1. 8 GHz. Together with the new type of video memory GDDR5X, improved texture compression algorithm, this allows GeForce 10-series graphics cards to reach a whole new level of performance. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 model not only outperforms its predecessor GeForce GTX 980 (almost 70%), but also the recent flagship GeForce GTX TITAN X.

      History of 1990s graphics cards

      3dfx

      Voodoo Rush

      Voodoo Rush introduced in 1997. Both chipsets (2D and 3D) used the same memory, which led to conflicts.

      Voodoo2

      Voodoo2 introduced in 1998. The frequency of the chips was at the level of 90-100 MHz, each of them worked on a 64-bit bus, and the memory capacity was 8-12 MB of the already outdated EDO DRAM.

      Voodoo3

      Voodoo3 was introduced in 1999. The chip worked at frequencies of 140-180 MHz depending on the version, the memory finally became the SGRAM standard with a capacity of up to 32 MB, and the video card itself could be connected via AGP x2.

      Nvidia

      RIVA TNT

      The RIVA 128 graphics card proved to be very popular, and in the wake of this, Nvidia introduces its new NV4 chip, which formed the basis of the RIVA TNT video card. But if they stopped there, then Nvidia went further — the video card learned to work with 32-bit color, the maximum supported texture resolution is 1024×1024, and anisotropic filtering is also supported, which gives the best picture quality.

      In 1999, Nvidia introduced the Voodoo3 competitor, TNT2. The 250 nm process technology is used, which made it possible to raise the frequencies up to 150 MHz. Secondly, the possibilities of 32-bit color were fully implemented and support for textures with a resolution of 2048×2048 appeared. Thirdly, the amount of memory was increased to 32 MB and added support for the AGP x4 bus. In general, this is a good “remaster”, which turned out to be significantly better than the similar one from 3dfx.

      The history of video cards in 2004-2011

      Nvidia

      GeForce 6 Series

      The development of video cards continued actively and in 2004 the next product of the company was released — GeForce 6 Series (codenamed NV40).

      The NV40 chip was also produced using the 130nm process technology, which did not prevent it from becoming more economical. Modification of pixel pipelines made it possible to process up to 16 pixels per clock. There were 16 pixel pipelines in total. Video cards supported pixel and vertex shaders version 3.0, UltraShadow technology (drawing shadows). In addition, GeForce 6 Series decoded H.264, VC-1 and MPEG-2 video formats using PureVideo technology. NV40 worked through a 256-bit bus, using very fast GDDR3 memory modules.

      One of the first models, the GeForce 6800 video card was very productive and ran the latest games of that time. It worked both through the AGP interface and through the PCI Express bus. The core clock was 325 MHz and the memory clock was 700 MHz. The amount of memory reached 256 MB or 512 MB.

      GeForce 8800 GTX

      In 2006, several video cards based on the G80 processor were released, the most powerful of which was the GeForce 8800 GTX. The G80 was one of the most complex chips in existence at the time. It was issued for 90nm process technology and contained 681 million transistors. The core ran at 575 MHz, the memory at 900 MHz. The frequency of the unified shader units was 1350 MHz. The GeForce 8800 GTX had 768 MB of GDDR3 video memory, and the bus width was 384-bit. New anti-aliasing methods were supported, which allowed ROPs to work with HDR light in MSAA (Multisample anti-aliasing) mode. PureVideo technology has been developed.

      The GeForce 8800 GTX architecture proved to be particularly efficient and was one of the fastest graphics cards for several years.

      GeForce GTX 680

      Since 2011, NVIDIA has released a generation of graphics cards. One of the notable models was the GeForce GTX 680, based on the GK104 chip, which was manufactured using a 28-nm process technology. 1006 MHz core, 6008 MHz memory, 256-bit GDDR5 bus.

      In 2013, the company introduced the GK110 chip, on which the flagship video cards GeForce GTX 780 and GeForce GTX Titan are based. A 384-bit GDDR5 bus was used, and the amount of memory increased to 6 GB.

      Radeon X800 XT

      ATI was in a better position. In 2004, the company introduced the 130nm R420 chip (an upgraded version of the R300). The pixel pipelines were divided into four blocks of four pipelines each (16 pixel pipelines in total). The number of vertex pipelines has increased to 6. Since the R420 did not support third generation shaders, it worked with the updated HyperZ HD technology.

      The most powerful and productive video card of the new Radeon line was the X800 XT. The card was equipped with 256 MB GDDR3 memory and a 256-bit bus width. The operating frequency reached 520 MHz for the core and 560 MHz for memory. Radeon x800 XT was sold in two versions: AGP and PCI Express. In addition to the regular version, there was the Radeon X800 XT Platinum Edition, which had higher chip and memory frequencies.

      Radeon HD2900 XT, HD 3870 and HD 3850

      In 2007, the flagship video card Radeon HD2900 XT based on the R600 chip was introduced. The core frequency of the video card was 740 MHz, GDDR4 memory — 825 MHz. A 512-bit memory bus was used. The amount of video memory reached 512 MB and 1 GB.

      A more successful development was the RV670 processor released in the same year. It almost did not differ in architecture from its predecessor, but was manufactured according to the 55-nm process technology and with a 256-bit memory bus. There is support for DirectX 10.1 and Shader Model 4.1. Based on the processor, video cards Radeon HD 3870 (core frequency 775 MHz, memory 1125 MHz) and Radeon HD 3850 (core frequency 670 MHz, memory 828 MHz) were produced with a video memory capacity of 256 MB and 512 MB and a 256-bit bus.

      Cypress and Cayman chips

      AMD has released a 40nm Cypress chip. The company’s developers decided to change the approach and not use exclusively alphanumeric values. The generation of chips began to be assigned their own names. The very principle of the Cypress architecture continued the ideas of the RV770, but the design was redesigned. The number of stream processors, texture units and ROPs has doubled. There is support for DirectX 11 and Shader Model 5.0. Cypress introduced new texture compression methods that allowed developers to use large textures. AMD also introduced a new Eyefinity technology, which later became a full analogue of NVIDIA Surround technology.

      The Cypress chip was implemented in the Radeon HD 5000 series of video cards. Soon AMD also released a dual-chip Radeon HD 5970 solution. In general, Cypress was very successful. The Radeon HD 6000 series of video cards, released at the end of 2010, was designed to compete with the GeForce GTX 500 accelerators. The graphics adapters were based on the Cayman chip. It used a slightly different VLIW4 architecture. The number of stream processors was 1536 pieces. The number of texture modules has increased — there are 9 of them6. Cayman also knew how to work with the new Enhanced Quality AA anti-aliasing algorithm. The chip’s memory bus width was 256-bit. Video cards used GDDR5 memory.

      AMD FX-7500 processor review: features, benchmark tests

      The FX-7500 processor was released by AMD, release date: 4 June 2014. The processor is designed for laptop computers and is built on the Kaveri architecture.

      Processor unlocked for overclocking. The total number of cores is 4, threads are 4. The maximum clock frequency of the processor is 3.3 GHz. Technological process — 28 nm. Cache size: L2 — 4 MB.

      Supported memory type: DDR3.

      Supported socket type: FP3. Power consumption (TDP): 20 Watts.

      AMD Radeon R7 Graphics is integrated into the processor with the following graphics parameters: maximum frequency — 553 MHz, number of cores — 6.

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      Boost Core Clock 758MHz
      Core frequency 200MHz
      Floating point performance 526.8 gflops
      Process 28nm
      Number of shaders 384
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      Power consumption (TDP) 15 Watt
      Number of transistors 2,410 million

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      2. Total War: Three Kingdoms (2019)
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      9 Rocket League (2017)
      10 Mass Effect Andromeda (2017)
      11. For Honor (2017)
      12 Resident Evil 7 (2017)
      13. Dishonored 2 (2016)
      14. Call of Duty Infinite Warfare (2016)
      15. Titanfall 2 (2016)
      16. Farming Simulator 17 (2016)
      17 Civilization VI (2016)
      18. Battlefield 1 (2016)
      19. Deus Ex Mankind Divided (2016)
      20 Mirror’s Edge Catalyst (2016)
      21. Overwatch (2016)
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      23. Hitman 2016 (2016)
      24 Far Cry Primal (2016)
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      26. Rise of the Tomb Raider (2016)
      27 Rainbow Six Siege (2015)
      28 Assassin’s Creed Syndicate (2015)
      29 Star Wars Battlefront (2015)
      30. Fallout 4 (2015)
      31. Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 (2015)

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      48. X-Plane 10.25 (2013)
      49. Battlefield 4 (2013)
      50 Total War: Rome II (2013)
      51. Company of Heroes 2 (2013)
      52. Metro: Last Light (2013)
      53 BioShock Infinite (2013)
      54 StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm (2013)
      55. Tomb Raider (2013)
      56. Crysis 3 (2013)
      57. Hitman: Absolution (2012)
      58. Borderlands 2 (2012)
      59. Diablo III (2012)
      60. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (2011)
      61. Deus Ex Human Revolution (2011)
      62. World of Warcraft (2005)

      Counter-Strike: GO (2012)

      Low, 1024×768 57.10
      Medium, 1366×768 42.90
      High, 1366×768 38.00
      Ultra, 1920×1080 23.60

      Total War: Three Kingdoms (2019)

      LOW, 1280×720 28.00

      F10048

      Low, 1280×720 40.50 Medium, 1920×1080 16.60

      F1 2018 (2018)

      Low, 1280×720 24.00
      Medium, 1920×1080 13.80

      The Crew 2 (2018)

        61474 Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) (2017)
      Low, 1280×720 22.80
      Medium, 1920×1080 10. 50
      Low, 1280×720 20.40

      Team Fortress 2 (2017)

      Ultra, 1920×1080 32.20

      Dirt 4 ( 2017)

      LOW, 1280×720 54.00
      Medium, 1920×1080 21.10

      Rocket league

      5

      0055 Low, 1280×720
      50.40
      Medium, 1920×1080 32.00

      Mass Effect Andromeda (2017)

      Low, 1280×720 7.20

      For Honor (2017)

      LOW, 1280×720 36.30
      Medium, 1920×1080 13.30

      Resident Evil 7 (2017)

      9049 9049 9049 9049 9049 9049 9049 9049 9049 9049
    • 056

      48. 20 Medium, 1920×1080 20.90

      Dishonored 2 (2016)

      Low, 1280×720 19.10

      Call of Duty Infinite Warfare (2016)

      LOW, 1280×720 32.40

      Titanfall 2 (2016)

      LOW, 1280×720 60.30

      9003

      9005 9666666666666660056

      45.20 High, 1920×1080 16.60

      Farming Simulator 17 (2016)

      Medium, 1366×768 70.00
      High, 1920×1080 27.30

      Civilization VI (2016)

      LOW, 1024×768 49.70
      Medium, 1366×768

      BATLED 11475

      Low, 1280×720 13. 90

      Deus Ex Mankind Divided (2016)

      Low, 1280×720 19.48
      Medium, 1366×768 17.40

      Mirror’s Edge Catalyst (2016)

      Low, 1280×720 30.45

      Overwatch (2016)

      9005 Low, 1280×720 9005 52.2.0056
      Medium, 1366×768 41.10
      High, 1920×1080 19.50

      Doom (2016)

      Low, 1280×720 22.30

      Hitman 2016 (2016)

      LOW, 1280×720 10.90

      Far Cry Primal (2016)

      9005 20.50

      0055 Medium, 1920×1080

      LOW, 1280×720
      9.50

      XCOM 2 (2016)

      Low, 1280×720 23. 60
      Medium, 1920×1080 9.40

      Rise of the Tomb Raider (2016 )

      Low, 1024×768 28.40
      Medium, 1366×768 17.75
      High, 1920×1080 8.10

      Rainbow Six Siege (2015)

      Low, 1024×768 53.12
      Medium, 1366×768 33.70
      High, 1920×1080 17.63
      Ultra, 1920×1080 13.70

      Assassin’s Creed Syndicate (2015)

      0186

      Star Wars Battlefront (2015)

      LOW, 1024×768 12.40
      Low, 1024×768 25. 40
      Medium, 1366×768 17.15
      High, 1920×1080 8.80
      Ultra, 1920×1080 8.00

      Fallout 4 (2015)

      0x1080

      Low, 1280×720 19.88
      Medium, 1366×768 6.10

      Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 (2015)

      Low, 1024×768 34.43
      Medium, 1366×768 22.37
      High, 1920×1080 14.30

      Anno 2205 (2015)

      Low, 1024×768 27.90
      Medium, 1366×768

      20×1080 7.25
      Ultra, 1920×1080 2.20

      World of Warships (2015)

      Low, 1366×768 57.30
      Medium, 1366×768 42. 05
      High, 1920×1080 21.55
      Ultra, 1920×1080 13.27

      Dota 2 Reborn (2015)

      9005 LOW, 12200056

      62.65
      Medium, 1366×768 46.05
      High, 1920×1080 29.10
      Ultra, 1920×1080 26.20

      The Witcher 3 (2015)

      9005 ULTRA, 1955 Ultra, 1

      Low 1024×768 24.10
      Medium, 1366×768 16.00
      HIGH, 1920×1080
      5.50

      Dirt Rally (2015)

      Low, 1024×768 111.28
      Medium, 1366×768 36.12
      High, 1920×1080 19.97
      Ultra, 1920×1080 12.93

      GTA V (2015)

      956

      0053

      LOW, 1024×768 53. 55
      Medium, 1366×768
      High, 1920×1080 12.70
      Ultra, 1920×1080 5.15

      Dragon Age: Inquisition (2014)

      Low, 1024×768 34.04
      Medium, 1366×768 22.78
      HIGH, 1920×1080 8.98
      Ultra, 1920×1080 7.00

      Far Cry 9049 9993

      Low, 1024×768 33.10 Medium, 1366×768 23.85 High, 1920×1080 12.15 Ultra, 1920×1080 6.60

      Assassin’s Creed Unity (2014)

      Low, 1024×768 24.30
      Medium, 1366×768 16.90

      CALL of DUTY: Advanced War (2014)1475

      Low, 1024×768 50. 30
      Medium, 1366×768 32.70
      High, 1920×1080 25.45
      Ultra, 1920×1080 12.25

      Alien: Isolation ( 2014)

      9.52 9.0056

      LOW, 1024×768 51.71
      Medium, 1366×768 34.97
      HIGH, 1920×1080
      Ultra, 1920×1080 15.67

      Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (2014)

      Low, 1280×720 35.25
      Medium, 1344×756 23.59
      High, 1920×1080 13.35
      Ultra, 1920×1080 10.00

      SIMS 4 (2014)

      9005 Low, 10245 Low, 10245 Low, 10245 Low, 10245 Low, 10245 LOU0056
      Medium, 1366×768 41.53
      High, 1920×1080 24. 47
      Ultra, 1920×1080 20.20

      Wolfenstein: The New Order (2014)

      9005

      Low, 1280×720 49.25
      Medium, 1280×720 47.50
      HIGH, 1920×1080

      .SRO ECRO EX1475

      Low, 1024×768 60.00
      Medium, 1366×768 46.00
      High, 1366×768 29.90
      Ultra, 1920×1080 15.40

      Thief (2014)

      0048

      Low, 1024×768 24.10
      Medium, 1366×768 17.23
      HIIIH, 1366×768
      Ultra, 1920×1080 7.03

      X-Plane 10.25 (2013)

      Low, 1024×768 53.33
      Medium, 1366×768 24. 38
      High, 1366×768 11.58
      Ultra, 1920×1080 8.35

      Battlefield 4 (2013)

      Low, 1024×768 37.83
      Medium, 1366×768 29.03
      High, 1366×768 17.62
      Ultra, 1920×1080 7.20

      Total War: Rome II (2013)

      Low, 1024×768 53.25
      Medium, 1366×768 41.80
      High, 1366×768 36.90
      Ultra, 1920×1080 13.00

      Company of Heroes 2 (2013)

      Low, 1024×768 23.28
      Medium, 1366×768 20.87
      High, 1366×768 15.50
      Ultra, 1920×1080 6. 28

      Metro: Last Light (2013)

      9.54

      LOW, 1024×768 33.23
      Medium, 1366×768 26.61
      HIGH, 1366×768
      Ultra, 1920×1080 8.05

      BioShock Infinite (2013)

      Low, 1280×720 60.49
      Medium, 1366×768 28.18
      High, 1366×768 26.10
      Ultra, 1920×1080 9.18

      Starcraft II: Heart of the Swarm (2013)

      9005 Low, 10245 Low, 10245 Low, 10245 Low, 10245 LOW0055 94.80
      Medium, 1366×768 55.90
      High, 1366×768 37.75
      Ultra, 1920×1080 16.90

      Tomb Raider (2013)

      Low, 1024×768 74. 88
      Medium, 1366×768 40.32
      HIGH, 1366×768 27.10
      Ultra, 1920×1056 9.0056

      Crysis 3 (2013)

      Low, 1024×768 35.88
      Medium, 1366×768 21.55
      High, 1366×768 14.98
      Ultra, 1920×1080 6.03

      Hitman: Absolution (2012)

      Low, 1024×768 35.97
      Medium, 1366×768 0048

      High, 1366×768 16.63
      Ultra, 1920×1080 8.28

      Borderlands 2 (2012)

      Low, 1024×768 64.50
      Medium, 1366×768 44.55
      High, 1366×768 33.75
      Ultra, 1920×1080 22. 90

      Diablo III (2012)

      5555555555550056

      55.45
      Medium, 1366×768 40.50
      High, 1366×768 34.45
      Ultra, 1920×1080 30.35

      The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (2011)

      9003 9005, 1

      LOW, 1280×720 45.53
      Medium, 1366×768 32.90
      HIGH, 1366×768 23.73
      , 1920×1080 14.00

      Deus Ex Human Revolution (2011)

      Low, 1024×768 69.10
      High, 1366×768 47.95
      Ultra, 1920×1080 21.60

      World of Warcraft (2005)

      Ultra, 1920×1080 21.00

      Characteristics0056

      Kaveri Family AMD FX-Series Processors Production date June 4, 2014 OPN Tray FM7500ECh54JA Place in ranking 2009 Series AMD FX-Series Processors for Laptops Applicability Laptop Support 64 bit Base frequency 2. 1 GHz Compute Cores 10 Crystal area 245mm Level 2 cache 4MB Technological process 28nm Maximum frequency 3.3 GHz Number of cores 4 Number of GPU cores 6 Number of threads 4 Number of transistors 2410 Million Unlocked Maximum number of memory channels 2 Supported memory frequency 1600MHz Supported memory types DDR3 Enduro Maximum GPU clock 553MHz Number of iGPU cores 6 Integrated graphics AMD Radeon R7 Graphics Switchable graphics Unified Video Decoder (UVD) Video Codec Engine (VCE) DisplayPort HDMI DirectX 12 Vulcan Supported sockets FP3 Power consumption (TDP) 20 Watt PCI Express revision 3.