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Old November 24, 2015, 05:02 PM
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Originally Posted by SKYMTL View Post
Llano, Trinity, and Richland have moved to legacy status as well. That's pretty brutal since it is a relatively "new" APU, being launched less than 3 years ago.

All pre-GCN architectures receive Crimson as ONE FINAL driver rollout and then that's it.
So what's your take then... is the R3 HD8400 support being dropped? If so, that quite frankly might be the final nail in the coffin for me.

Is this just new development or (like my HD5XXX/4XXX switchable graphics laptop) will new versions of cats not even recognize the card(s)? If they can't provide driver support for at least 5+ years on hardware they sold pretty heavy (the a10s) they don't belong in the business.
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