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AMD Embedded GPU With OpenCL and 6 Displays

AMD announced at the Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley 2011 the new Radeon E6760 embedded discrete graphics processor. Available now, AMD says that the Radeon E6760 GPU is the first of its kind to offer embedded system designers the combination of OpenCL support along with support for six independent displays.

"The AMD Radeon E6760 GPU provides customers with superior business economics through long lifecycle management and product stability," said Richard Jaenicke, director of Embedded Client Business for AMD. "Embedded system designers faced with power and density constraints now have a solution that delivers the advanced 3D graphics and multimedia features they require in this performance-driven market."

While this sort of Radeon isn't the type on which you'll be playing Crysis, it will enable a new level of graphical and computation performance for embedded devices.

"AMD Fusion APUs and the AMD Radeon E6760 GPU provide significant advantages for our new line of intelligent industrial cameras," said Kristian Glode Madsen, managing director, Qtechnology A/S. "We are now able to provide a high-speed, real-time imaging system in the same form factor as a standard industrial camera with the flexibility and rich environment of Linux and OpenCL, normally only available on a PC."

Of course, should embedded systems designers require even more power, AMD says that its Radeon E6760 GPU can be paired with its upcoming A-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APU) codenamed "Llano" to offer additional graphics capability and additional parallel computing power.

The AMD Radeon E6760 GPU enables an immersive experience with desktop-level 3D graphics and multimedia features:

* An advanced 3D graphics engine and programmable shader architecture supports Microsoft DirectX® 11 technology for superior graphics rendering. * With an integrated frame buffer, high reliability and small footprint thermal solution, the AMD Radeon E6760 GPU enables designers of casino gaming, arcade and medical imaging systems to quickly deliver products with a compelling competitive edge. * Support for OpenCL provides an industry standard interface to access the exceptional compute performance per Watt for general purpose graphics processing unit (GPGPU) applications such as ultrasound, radar and video surveillance. * Featuring multi-display support with AMD Eyefinity technology, the AMD Radeon E6760 GPU supports up to six independent output displays, HDMI 1.4 stereoscopic video and DisplayPort 1.2 for higher link speeds and simplified display connectivity. * The AMD Radeon E6760 GPU comes with five years of planned supply availability. Technical support is provided by a dedicated team of application engineering experts.

Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • Parsian
    Good, i guess AMD's CEO change is beginning to show its effects
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  • verbalizer
    whoa...!
    A, how come it can't play crysis..?! why not.? LOL.
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  • verbalizer
    I forgot to ask, how much.?
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  • dread_cthulhu
    Ohhhhh... very nice!
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  • reggieray
    Long live Open GL and Open CL. Die Direct X, die.
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  • ikefu
    Put one of these in my cars touch screen =P

    I'd love to see some modern graphics on it that don't look like they came out of the late 90s. Could power the navigation, gauge LCDs, and entertainment system all at once with native 1080p support.
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  • master9716
    With Battlefield's 3 super realistic graphics coming out you can tell that the crysys engine is not that efficient anymore and if you played crysys 2 you can tell how outdated the game graphics are.
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  • nezzymighty
    ParsianGood, i guess AMD's CEO change is beginning to show its effects
    The new CEO wouldn't have had any input into the design of this product. This particular product would have been given the blessing by Meyer. Product life cycles are longer than a few months...
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  • geekapproved
    The Crysis 1 engine was efficient? LOOOOOL
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  • JohnnyLucky
    I take it this is a business enterprise version not suitable for gamers and enthusiasts.
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