4 Pillars ahold AMD Graphics Card Market

Various manufacturers rely on their strategy to dominate the market occupies, is no exception AMD rely on four pillars as a crutch to dominate the market, especially the graphics card segment.

The four pillars are Client, Console, Content and Cloud, who was a mainstay AMD to further strengthen its dominance in the segment of the graphics card.

“The four pillars of this is the strengthening of the existence of segmented AMD graphics processors,” said Jenny Susanto, Indonesia Country Manager of AMD, in Ancol, Jakarta.

The first pillar is filled by the client is AMD’s strategy to increasingly gripped in the realm of graphics processors to try to strengthen its collaboration with the graphics card vendors to deliver new graphics card products in accordance with the wishes of the computer users, especially gamers. Continue reading “4 Pillars ahold AMD Graphics Card Market”

Newer 3 Series from AMD Radeon for Portable PCs

AMDAMD has just introduced their latest graphics card series which is intended for notebooks. Some of them claimed to have high performance when used for gaming. The third series is among other Radeon HD 7900M, 7800M HD, and HD 7700M1. Everything is made ​​in the fabrication of 28nm and comes with support for DirectX 11.1.

“Three years ago, AMD decided to push the limits of graphics on a notebook computer and since then we have to apply to any new release of our mobile products,” said Matt Skynner, corporate vice president and general manager, GPU division, Sunday (04/29/2012). These three graphics cards have different user segments, the HD 7700 series to the emphasis on long battery life, and HD 7900M for gamers who want a powerful notebook. While the HD 7800M series is the mediator between the two. To improve the power efficiency AMD Radeon HD 7000m series has also been equipped with AMD power gating technology that turns off one core GPU when not in use.

Then immersed Zero Core AMD technology is also moving the GPU dropped to nearly zero watts effectively when AMD Radeon HD GPU 7000m series switched to inactive mode.

What AMD’s breakthrough in 2010?

To further strengthen its power in the industrial processors and graphics cards, AMD is now preparing for a breakthrough-a breakthrough for the year 2010. Anything?

For business graphics cards and processors, AMD is worth in the account. At the end of 2009 this year they have issued a graphics card with the latest technology that has a code name Cypress.

In early 2010, AMD ready hit the market with Opteron processors that have the ‘brains’ 12 and 6 units.

Then be followed by many variants of graphics cards for low-end class, which had supported the line of DirectX 11 ATI Radeon 5000 series. For the notebook segment was also not escaped the attention of AMD. In mid 2010, they will play in the class notebook with great performance yet energy efficient.

Processors that would be presented is the Quad Core processor codenamed Denube. Although armed with a number of core enough, the processor requires only electrical power about 25 watts.

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