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1. The 8000M Series is based on codename "Sea Islands" architecture, a mobile-focused product stack. It's in notebooks now because that's the way the market cycle fell this year.

2. For 8000 Series desktop parts, it's easier just to read Anandtech's article. The short version is that OEMs requested these parts be rebranded, and they are our customers, so we obliged them.

3. I cannot provide any update on any post-7000 Series products. 7000 Series is our focus for now. smile.gif
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smile.gif ok.
    
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I wonder if there is going to be a new set of normal HD 8000 desktop cards, or if HD 9000 will come out soon after as the non-OEM cards.

Great to hear that HD 7000 is still the focus. We understand that GCN requires a lot of work to be redone.
    
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Would appreciate any info on the 8000M for the Xbox 720.
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It makes sense the OEM's wanting a rebrand to 8xxx series. The average consumer would believe they are outdated and be hesitant to make a purchase since they are seeing notebooks with the 8xxx series. I'm also glad to hear the 7xxx series is still the main focus. I just got my 7950 and I need some good drivers.
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Would appreciate any info on the 8000M for the Xbox 720.
why on earth would he give you that info headscratch.gif
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