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Advanced Micro Devices will reveal details about its forthcoming graphics processing units for desktops and notebooks in the coming month, according to the company’s internal educational center. The firm will reportedly discuss its next-gen laptop GPUs as early as this month, whereas the all-new desktop GPUs will be revealed to the company’s partners in September.

Later this month AMD intends to unveil its code-named Crystal System mobile graphics processing units to its partners in Taiwan, according to a screenshot published by Guru3D web-site. In late September the company will reportedly announce its code-named Hawaii GPU and Volcanic Islands details to graphics cards companies. In August the firm intends to talk about its 2014 low-cost/low-power platforms code-named Mullins and Beema based on Jaguar micro-architecture.

During the introduction of new products to partners among hardware makers and suppliers, AMD will provide them overview of functionality and performance, give them high-level ASIC overview, disclose compatibility design peculiarities as well as will discuss other things regarding the new chips.

As it appears, AMD plans to reveal its partners additional information about its offerings due in 2014 well ahead of actual product launches. What is interesting is that the company has no plans to talk about highly-anticipated code-named Kabini accelerated processing units this Summer.

AMD did not comment on the news-story.

Tags: AMD, ATI, Radeon, GCN, Volcanic Islands, Sea Islands, 28nm, 20nm


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