AMD promises discrete GPU levels of performance with a maximum frequency of 600MHz, 320 shader processing units and a 128-bit memory interface; all while consuming between 8 and 25 watts of power. Rather than targeting the consumer market, the company expects their ATI Radeon E4690 to find a place in arcade, casino and digital signage applications, and has pledged to support the GPU for the next five years.
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