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RADEON 7000 SERIES
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Applies to:

AMD Radeon 7000 Series driver for AMD Radeon HD 7970

Author/Supplier:

AMD

Category:

Graphics

Requirements:

Windows XP 32-bit

File Size:

5.19 MB

File Name:

autodetectutility.exe

Release Date:

11/15/06

Version:

6.11

Last Updated:

01.05.12

Download:

RADEON 7000 SERIES

Rating:


3
/5 from 20 reviews.

Specifications:

  • Based on 28 nm Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture
  • AMD EyeFinity Multi-Display Technology Support
  • DirectX 11 Graphics Acceleration Support
  • AMD ZeroCore Power Technology Support
  • Equipped with up to 2048 Stream Processors

Description:

The AMD Radeon 7000 Series of Graphics Processing Units (GPU) have been designed according to the Graphics Core Next (GCN) Architecture developed by AMD. This architecture utilizes 28 nm fabrication technology, allowing placement of up to 4.3 billion transistors on a single GPU. The cards of this series are equipped with as many as 2048 stream processors, which allow fast processing of heavy textures in games and graphical applications. Apart from these, the GPUs also feature out of the box support for AMD App Acceleration technology, which improves framerates of videos being streamed directly from the Internet, and improves performance of games with complex physics effects.

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All graphics cards of the series offer seamless support for proprietary ZeroCore Power Technology developed by AMD. This technology controls the flow of power to the GPU, raising it to the maximum possible value when the user is playing games at high detail settings. On the other hand, if the computer has been left idle for an extended period of time, then the technology automatically powers down the GPU, and even shuts down the fan of the card. This helps to save power, and also cools down the GPU when the user is taking breaks between gaming sessions. This is particularly useful in multi-GPU (CrossFire) setups, which naturally consume lots of power when working.