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  • #81
    Thanks bridgman.

    Do you have any information about Richland? I realise that you can't confirm or deny the release date I quoted if it hasn't been announced by AMD marketing, but can at least re-share what they _have_ said so far? And maybe also tell us if AMD's open-source driver team are working internally on as yet unreleased driver code for Richland?

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    • #82
      I have asked for clarification re: what we have officially said about Richland -- can't comment otherwise until I hear back.

      We are trying to have launch-time code for all of our hardware now. The downside is that we need to understand and coordinate with our launch plans, which is a new challenge for the engineering team

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      • #83
        Originally posted by bridgman View Post
        I have asked for clarification re: what we have officially said about Richland -- can't comment otherwise until I hear back.

        We are trying to have launch-time code for all of our hardware now. The downside is that we need to understand and coordinate with our launch plans, which is a new challenge for the engineering team
        You poor things

        ok ok. end of joking. I need to grab my fedora iso... its time for checking out systemd, gnome3 and r600g (unless fedora welcome me with llvmpipe )

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        • #84
          It's official. AMD officials revealed to journalists during a conference call on February 15, 2013 that AMD will be releasing new Radeon desktop GPUs "from top to bottom" in 2013, though you won't be seeing the next-gen Radeon 8000 series graphics cards until late in the year. Instead, the company will be firmly focused on the Radeon 7000 series cards currently available on the market for the first half of 2013. In the meantime they plan to focus a lot of attention on aggressively developing drivers (I assume that means the Catalyst driver) and courting gaming industry partners.

          See http://www.pcworld.com/article/20284...s-in-2013.html

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          • #85
            AMD announced the first availability of the "Richland" A-Series APUs on 12th March 2013. Model numbers are A10-5750M, A8-5550M, A6-5350M and A4-5150M. They contain Radeon HD 8650G, Radeon HD 8550G, Radeon HD 8450G and Radeon HD 8350G graphics respectively. Further specs and info about performance increases and battery life is available at http://www.amd.com/us/press-releases...2013mar12.aspx

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            • #86
              The "Richland" PCI IDs have now been added to Mesa - http://cgit.freedesktop.org/mesa/mes...ee0141b433887a

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              • #87
                AMD announced the availability of the desktop "Richland" A-Series APUs on 5th June 2013. Model numbers are A10-6800K, A10-6700, A8-6600K and A8-6500. They contain Radeon HD 8670D, Radeon HD 8670D, Radeon HD 8570D and Radeon HD 8570D graphics respectively. Further specs and info about performance increases is available at http://www.amd.com/us/press-releases...013june05.aspx

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