AMD launches a new line up of graphic cards for gamers

AMD has unveiled its new range of graphics solutions designed for professionals and gaming enthusiasts. The new graphic cards were revealed at the AMD Technology Showcase 2014, Goa.

Raja Koduri, corporate vice president, Visual Computing and Richard Huddy, chief gaming scientist, AMD shared some of the significant announcements with a special focus on graphics.

Furthermore, the company commemorated its 30 years of leadership in graphics and gaming highlighting its graphic strategy for the Asia-Pacific Japan (APJ) region.

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The new range of AMD FirePro W-series professional graphic cards – W8100 and W9100 are designed for desktop workstations and personal supercomputers featuring active cooling for flexible deployment in a wide variety of systems.

Whereas the AMD Radeon R9 285 Series is the pinnacle of price and performance gaming hardware at 2560X1440p delivering real-time experience at the apex of PC gaming.

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Paired with AMD’s latest Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture at its core, AMD Radeon and FirePro efficiently balance compute tasks with 3D workloads and enabling multi-tasking.

Other features include Mantle, TrueAudio, Eyefinity, Crossfire and TressFX, and many innovative technologies developed by the company.


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