AMD’s Dual Radeon Graphics for desktops unveiled

Published: 25th Jun 2011, 08:27 GMT

Exclusive: AMD's Dual Radeon Graphics for desktops unveiled
We’ve already written a fairly lengthy article about how confusing the notebook configurations for AMD’s Dual Radeon Graphics configuration options are and trust us when we say that the desktop options don’t make things any easier. AMD even has two different configuration tables depending on if we’re talking a regular desktop or an all-in-one PC.

We’ve already written a fairly lengthy article about how confusing the notebook configurations for AMD’s Dual Radeon Graphics configuration options are and trust us when we say that the desktop options don’t make things any easier. AMD even has two different configuration tables depending on if we’re talking a regular desktop or an all-in-one PC.

Let’s start with regular desktop configurations. First of all the E-series processors don’t work with Dual Radeon Graphics at all, so the lowest level of entry is the A4-series of APU’s with Radeon HD 6410D (D for desktop we presume) graphics. The A4-series of APU’s only works with the Radeon HD 6350 (DDR3) and the 6450 (GDDR5). Combine the APU with the 6350 and you get a Radeon HD 6430D2 and if you combine it with the 6450 you get AMD’s recommended combination, the Radeon HD 6510D2. Higher-end cards will take over as discrete only solutions with no dual graphics option available.




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