AMD announces new flagship model GPUs, includes Xbox One-esque programmable audio chip

AMD is holding a press conference in Hawaii and has announced their new lineup of GPUs.

The flagship models also boast a programmable audio chip in them. AMD also provides GPUs for the next-gen consoles i.e. for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. The new GPUs include a programmable audio chip similar to that of the Xbox One, it’s not clear yet if they are the same chip or not.

Check out the slides below from the presentation (click to enlarge):

Also check out the 3D mark benchmarking results:


Stay tuned as we update with more information.

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  • Ilovegoogleglass


    • Anthony Sanwo

      No. Are we still really believing that rumour after all this time….

    • BeastlyRig


    • TheScienceEnthusiast1130

      Not sure. We will know once the “Xbox One” is released.

    • ilovegoogleglass

      Just kidding, it’s most likely a FPGA where they can be programmed to do anything a dev wants them to be used them for. Audio, physics, GFX effects you name it. This is the Xbox One’s secret sauce. Devs can program them to do whatever they want them to do. The xbox one has ~15 extra microprocessors in their.

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