The underlying GCN architecture7 enables the AMD Radeon E8860 GPU to efficiently manage workloads and programming languages traditionally handled exclusively by the main processor, and provides image quality-enhancing benefits including partially resident textures, improved anisotropic filtering, and improved DirectX 11 tessellation. The AMD Radeon E8860 GPU is a multi-chip module (MCM) consisting of GPU and GPU memory integrated on a single substrate, providing compatibility of GPU and memory for the lifetime of product supply. AMD is currently the only provider of such a solution on high-end embedded GPUs.
The AMD Radeon E8860 GPU supports seven-year product longevity8, providing long-lifetime availability and support.
The AMD Radeon E8860 GPU features 2GB of GDDR5 frame buffer and delivers up to 80% more memory bandwidth than NVIDIAs sub-50W GeForce GPUs9.
The AMD Radeon E8860 GPU is available in multiple form factors to support a wide range of embedded applications. These include chip-down for custom platform designs and industry-standard MXM, PCIe, and CompactPCIe.
The AMD Radeon E8860 GPU supports AMD PowerPlay technology, AMD ZeroCore power technology10, and AMD Enduro technology, which can enable the GPU to deliver full potential performance while conserving power.