Graphic architectures are generally used extensively in computer systems, consoles and mobile devices, but in casinos, graphics cards are also needed. AMD has a significant share in this field.
At the Gambling Fair , AMD has unveiled the new E-series integrated Radeon graphics units to be used on machines where graphics power is prominent. Graphics cards powered by GDDR5 memory aim at the most intense graphics experience.
Based on GCN 4.0 technology, the technology used in Polaris architecture, the Radeon E9000 series was launched for the first time about 3 years ago. After the first two models, two more models joined the series this week.
The Radeon E9560 graphics unit features a 2304 Stream processor and 8GB of GDDR5 memory. It consumes around 130W and can reach up to 5.7 TFLOPS. The video card is designed in PCIe form. It will already be the flagship level in the series.
The Radeon E9390 graphics unit features a 1792 Stream processor and 8GB of GDDR5 memory. 75W power consumption can reach up to 3.9 TFLOPS performance. Graphics cards support intense experiences such as 4K resolution, 3D images.
The Radeon E-series graphics units will remain accessible for casino systems by 2022. After this date, the company plans to switch to GDDR6 memory technologies.
It is stated that many companies like Casino Technology, Quixant, Advantech and Axiomtech, which operate in the casino devices sector, have long preferred AMD V, R and E series integrated graphics units.