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AMD Radeon HD 6400 Series
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AMD Radeon HD 6400 Series






Windows 7

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146.47 MB

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  • Type: Video Card
  • Interface: PCIe 2.1
  • Memory Interface: GDDR5/DDR3
  • DirectX: supports DirectX 11
  • Resolution: 2048x1536


The AMD Radeon HD 6400 Series enables stereoscopic 3D for laptops or 3D-capable HDTV (paired with AMD HD3D technology). It features GDDR5 ultra-fast memory and AMD App Acceleration, and this provides very quick responsiveness and the efficiency needed for multitasking or playing the latest DirectX® 11 games. It also features AMD Dynamic Switchable Graphics technology, which is designed to provide mobile users the best of both brilliant graphics and long battery life. AMD Dynamic Switchable Graphics technology employs discrete graphics only when needed, using energy-efficient built-in graphics capabilities the rest of the time.

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Video cards such as the AMD Radeon HD 6400 Series have many purposes. They can be used to create, edit and view 3 or 2 dimensional images for representation. They are also used in creating, viewing and playing PC games. Video cards or graphics cards are a type of expansion card that create an output of images displayed on the monitor of the computer. A video card also processes and displays the GUI (Graphical User Interface) of software applications. Computer graphics are digital data with images, animated video clips, digital movies or motion pictures. Memory capacity bundled with most video cards is usually 128MB (minimum, while maximum is 8GB, though older video card models have lower memory capacity, while newer models have higher memory capacities. A video card requires a dedicated processor for accelerating graphics, also known as a GPU. An HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is an advanced interconnect technology that is today commonly used in game consoles and DVD players to display images. The memory clock speed of most video cards like the AMD Radeon HD 6400 Series is generally 400MHz and 3.8GHz.