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How will amd GPU-naming be after 9000 series?

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Yeah, this is a topic that i've been thinking of lately.

 

A 10000 series would be too confusing, i mean, 10870 or 10790, just NO!

 

 

How do you think amd will name their gpu's after 9000 series? gogogo! :)



 



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they might start over with a diferent prefix for example

 

AMD R10 5770

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No one will know, much less comprehend AMD's new naming scheme.


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Heck they might as well go with year naming like everything else, and use the letters to signify the speed, like GeForce 2014 SX/GT/GTX/TITAN.

 

I don't believe we need 30 cards under $200, they just confuse people.  Slow, Medium, Fast, Faster.


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Heck they might as well go with year naming like everything else, and use the letters to signify the speed, like GeForce 2014 SX/GT/GTX/TITAN.

 

I don't believe we need 30 cards under $200, they just confuse people.  Slow, Medium, Fast, Faster.

Harder Better Faster Stronger?


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X1000X?


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AMD talked about this earlier and he is the article I believe: http://videocardz.com/44408/amd-radeon-hd-9000-series-to-feature-new-naming-meet-the-radeon-r9-xxxx


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After 9000? Simple 200 series :D

Nothing is over 9000.

Yep, only SanGoku can be over 9000 :P


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if i am not  mistake, new series will be call Rx-xxx (R9-xxx, R10-xxx)

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R10-970

 

This.


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