While I am an AMD guy, their practice of rebranding old hardware seems rather shady to me.
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"Its a shame on MAD, but Nvidia is also doing the same thing."
it makes me concerned for them
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But wasn't the HD6000 family not already very similar to the HD5000 series?
Rebrands. It's disaster to AMD fanboys.
Well... At least those old chips will be put to good use inside of laptops...
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So when the new HD7000 VLI4 chips come out they should brand them differently. HD7000EH for example, but I don't know jack. I believe that all companies do some rebranding but they need to distinguish these chips somewhat.
Lame, I don't like when manufacturers do this. It's extremely misleading to consumers.
Now you're just mashing it!
Super Dave:rebranding old hardware seems rather shady to me
Not if they're adding more ~Shaders~,...................Yuk-Yuk!
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