AMD has broken its normal routine by releasing a new video card that will not be available as a standalone until next quarter. However, it will be available integrated into pre-assembled machines purchased from Dell, HP and other s.
The new card is the AMD Radeon HD 6450, 6570, and 6670 all of which are low to mainstream cards designed for more moderate users rather than high-end gamers and should be available for a more reasonable … low to mid-range … price.
All support DirectX 11 and incorporate AMD’s extra video technologies such as Accelerated Parallel Processing, Eyefinity which allows the use of multiple displays, EyeSpeed visual acceleration to improve the playback of HD content from online streaming video and Blu-ray #D capabilities.
Matt Skynner, corporate vice president and general manager of AMD’s GPU division, said in a statement, ”Today more than ever, users’ computing experiences need to be visually appealing, supporting compelling HD content and unparalleled realism in games. In response, PC makers are including AMD Radeon HD 6450, AMD Radeon HD 6570 and AMD Radeon HD 6670 graphics cards in their latest desktop designs. With AMD Radeon graphics, including the industry’s only second generation of DirectX 11–capable graphics and AMD Eyefinity technology, customers know they are getting the uncompromising premium experience they deserve.”
The new cards has the following specifications: