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AMD Announces E6460 Embedded Discrete GPU

The company just announced the E6460 embedded discrete GPU, which complements the higher-performing E6760. Compared to the E6760's 480 shaders, the E6460 has only 160, and has to work with only 512 MB GDDR5 memory instead of 1 GB and supports only four instead of six displays.

AMD pitches the graphics processors as products for casino gaming, digital signage, kiosks, point-of-sale (POS) and industrial measurement and controls applications.

While it is not exactly a screamer, the E6460 is sold as a solution for products that will have to be in service over a longer period of time. AMD said that it is offering 5 years of guaranteed supply and support.

  • wiinippongamer
    Don't care. Bulldozer NOW!
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  • wiinippongamer
    Don't care. Bulldozer NOW!
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  • alikum
    October 12 dude.
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  • j3ff86
    alikumOctober 12 dude.And in August everyone said September 9th or 22nd. Somehow I feel Oct 12th will come and go just the same.
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  • bustapr
    alikumOctober 12 dude.lol I lost confidence in AMDs PR team when Sept 17 passed by and nothing happened.

    Well, as for this, I cant say Im interested at all because I dont work with that type of equipment manufacturing. And I dont have a clue whats better and whats worst in that area. But kudos to them for taking solutions to a lot display areas.
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  • AbdullahG
    AMD never released an official release date. All the said for now is Q4.
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  • j_davis_1980
    AbdullahGAMD never released an official release date. All the said for now is Q4.Q4 of 2011 or 2012.....Which year!.....
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  • sentinelspark
    Sounds like a good idea. AMD just needs a good ARM processor out. something to compete with Nvidia's Tegra 2 and 3.
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  • lamorpa
    lostmyclani dont care about intel our amd... I get a life in this timei life a intel in care this... I time dont our get about amd
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  • Marco925
    lamorpai life a intel in care this... I time dont our get about amdWhat?
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