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AMD rebadges mobile GPUs, announces HD 7000M series

By Jos · 6 replies
Dec 7, 2011
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  1. AMD traditionally launches new graphics products with high-end models on the desktop and then works its way down and into laptops. This time, they are doing the exact opposite by…

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  2. Per Hansson

    Per Hansson TS Server Guru Posts: 1,931   +187

  3. Burty117

    Burty117 TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,989   +762

    Isn't Nvidia doing this also with Kepler? starting with the lowest models and making its way up to the high end models? Wonder why both have decided to change and do it this way?
     
  4. Per Hansson

    Per Hansson TS Server Guru Posts: 1,931   +187

    Yea, see the link I posted above, nVidia is doing the same thing.
    I guess it's easier to just rename your old **** than actually make something new eh?
     
  5. dividebyzero

    dividebyzero trainee n00b Posts: 4,891   +1,261

    There is no truth in advertising when it comes to mobile GPU's.
    These rebrands, just like the last round (continued here) are at the behest of the OEM's. Pretty hard to shift new stock for the holiday season if it doesn't boast higher model numbers that the same stuff thats been available all year.

    Yo Ho Ho, and a Merry Christmas to the uninitiated from Dell, HP, Acer, Toshiba....
     
  6. amstech

    amstech TS Evangelist Posts: 1,584   +782

    The comment about mobile GPU's is so true, and funny.
    I remember last year a friend of mine was bragging about his 5870M in his laptop and how well it ran games at 1080P, but how he didn't like his 5770.

    Then he found out a 5870M's specs are nearly identical to a 5770.
     
  7. veLa

    veLa TS Evangelist Posts: 740   +206

    Yeah my GTX 260M is technically a GeForce 9800 GT 1GB but in a laptop.
     

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