More and more rumors are starting in regards to AMD's upcoming Radeon HD 7000 series graphics cards. The latest indications denote that in may the series 7000 cards will go into production already.
It is an interesting fact as AMD is still releasing series 6000 card in the low-end segment, even next week some 6400/6500 series products will arrive to market.
The new architecture will make a move towards 28nm which allows AMD to put some more transistors on the GPU core alright, bringing in more performance once again. It is expected that AMD will move forward with the VLIW4 architecture which brings good performance with less transistors as the series 6900 cards have proven.
The 7000 series going to production does not say much about an actual final release though, so when the products will hit the market remains to be seen. but surely sooner than later.
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