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Wednesday, 09 December 2009 15:58

HP spills beans on upcoming Radeons

Written by Fudzilla staff


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Coming January 7, February 20


Engadget
has scooped up several leaked HP slides detailing new Pavilion all-in-ones and, more interestingly, AMD's upcoming HD 5570 and HD 5350 graphics cards.

The HD 5350, codenamed Evora Cedar, will feature 1GB of memory and HDMI, DVI and VGA connectors and it will ship January 7. The somewhat more interesting HD 5570 Jaguar will pack up to 2GB of memory and drop VGA in favor of DisplayPort. The availability date is January 20.

The HD 5350 will send HD 4350 and HD 4550 parts into retirement, while the HD 5570 should replace HD 4650, HD 4670 and to some extend HD 4770 cards.

The slides also cover upcoming Intel Clarkdale CPUs, but we've already talked about them on numerous occasions.

More here.
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