Radeon RX 540 Mobile 

First seen on July, 2018

It's high time that AMD starts nudging the far superior GCN architecture and 28 nm manufacturing into mainstream and entry-level mobile designs.
by Andrew-Ku (Dec, 2012)
One of the most attractive qualities of AMD's GCN architecture is its alacrity in compute-optimized applications, particularly now that we've seen Nvidia go the other direction with its Kepler design.
by Andrew-Ku (Dec, 2012)

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AMD Lists Radeon RX 490 Graphics Card, New APUs in Gaming Promo

by Sebastian Peak |
AMD's current "We're in the Game" promotion offers a glimpse at upcoming product names, including the Radeon RX 490 graphics card, and the new Bristol Ridge APUs.
It seems safe to assume that the new products listed - including the Radeon RX 490 - are close to release, though details on the high-end Polaris GPU are not mentioned.
Also the R7 M260 and R5 M230 will come in two variants, detailed in the table below.
Now sadly at the moment i do not have information regarding the exact wattage, but it goes without saying that you can expect it to have super-less draw.
The Core i7-4760HQ will be leading the H-Series with a max clock speed of 3.3 GHz featuring 4 cores and 8 threads.
The Core i7-4712MQ will be leading the M-Series with a max clock speed of 3.4 GHz featuring 4 cores and 8 threads.

AMD Reveals First Mobile Radeon M200 Parts & Rebadges

by Ryan Smith |
In recent years this has especially been the case for laptop/mobile graphics thanks to the larger volume and higher levels of integration as found on those parts, though this does have the unfortunate side effect of meaning GPU announcements get caught up in the deluge of announcements coming out of CES.
Moving on to our second confirmed product, we have a new low end SKU called the R5 M230.

Specifications Full list of technical specs


GPU brand AMD
Is dual GPU No
Reference card None
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