Result published on emerging information on what will be the next generation of ATI Radeon developed by AMD for use in notebooks, with support for DirectX 11 API. Remembered as the debut of the first DirectX 11 GPUs for desktop systems is very close.
The family of mobile solutions from ATI, according to information made available by the source provides 4 different product groups, aimed at high-end, Performance, Mainstream and Entry Level, with its own house in various versions. The result is a very wide range, which can then go to cover all types of notebook systems on the market.
The following table summarizes the information known so far:
|Mobility Radeon HD 5800||Broadway-XT||5870||GDDR5||CrossFireX Support|
|Mobility Radeon HD 5800||Broadway-PRO||5850||GDDR5||CrossFireX Support|
|Mobility Radeon HD 5800||Broadway-LP||5830||GDDR3||–|
|Mobility Radeon HD 5700||Madison-XT||5770||GDDR5||–|
|Mobility Radeon HD 5700||Madison-PRO||5750||GDDR5||–|
|Mobility Radeon HD 5700||Madison-LP||5730||GDDR3/DDR3||–|
|Mobility Radeon HD 5600||Madison-LE||5650||GDDR3/DDR3||64bit memory bus|
|Mobility Radeon HD 5400||Park-XT||5470||GDDR3/DDR3/DDR2||64bit memory bus|
|Mobility Radeon HD 5400||Park-PRO||5450||GDDR3/DDR3/DDR2||64bit memory bus|
|Mobility Radeon HD 5400||Park-LP||5430||GDDR3/DDR3/DDR2||64bit memory bus|
It obvious that for each family of cards are present 3 different solutions the only difference being represented by the Mobility Radeon HD 5600 series which includes at present only one model. This solution is derived from the same type of GPU which is used for cards Mobility Radeon HD 5700 this same kind of code name, but presumably some of the stream processors disabled so as to better segment the market supply.