AMD 8000 series graphics revealed

AMD has officially taken the lid off their 8000 series of DirectX 11.1 graphics processors at CES 2013

AMD Radeon Graphics

AMD has launched their Radeon HD 8000M Series of mobile graphics processing units (GPUs), set to power the next generation of mobile devices requiring discrete graphics processors.

The AMD Radeon HD 8000M Series are the first notebook GPUs to be offered with the award-winning AMD Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture, which delivers its compute power and performance while stretching battery life through AMD Enduro Technology.

Designs are currently shipping with ASUS and Samsung, with Lenovo and additional OEMs shipping soon.

AMD also announced the availability of AMD Radeon HD 8000 Series desktop graphics, available only through OEMs. The AMD Radeon HD 8000 Series also features GCN Architecture with support for DirectX 11.1 and PCI Express 3.01.

The chipset features AMD App Acceleration to enhance GPU performance, and features intelligent power management technology such as AMD PowerTune.

For a closer look at the technical specifications, head on over to the AMD 8000 series website.

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