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Name: Radeon HD 8570 OEM

Note: OEM-card for Dell; verified through AMD's own drivers (*.inf) and a TPU BIOS in database

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Name: Radeon HD 8570 OEM (Dell HD 8570)

Note: OEM-card for Dell; verified through AMD's own drivers (*.inf) and a TPU BIOS in database

Valid SubvendorID, it's the 1 GByte variant of the 'Radeon HD 8570 OEM' as in "Dell HD 8570" issued for DELL (see TPU-link for SubvendorID; https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/162102/162102).

According to AMD's own words. See AMD's most recent drivers;
https://drivers.amd.com/drivers/radeon-software-adrenalin-2020-20.11.2-win7-64bit-nov18.exe

Unpack (or open with 7zip) -> Packages\Drivers\Display\W76A_INF -> see .\C7361133.inf for vendor-strings (AMD6611.8);
-> Revision 00 of DeviceID 6611 got this very SubvendorID (PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_6611&SUBSYS_21211028&REV_00)
-> Line 142 + 977 show that given SubvendorID for Dell;
-> Line 8705 designates it as "AMD Radeon HD 8570"

TPU database-link for "AMD Radeon HD 8570 OEM" (https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/radeon-hd-8570-oem.c1974) as the Dell-variant;
https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/dell-hd-8570.b3143

If AMD's own records ain't valid enough, I don't know what is.

Smartcom5

2021-02-24 12:17:08

Name: Radeon HD 8570 OEM

Note: OEM-card for Dell; verified through AMD's own drivers (*.inf) and a TPU BIOS in database

Subvendor names will be automatically displayed so you don't need to repeat them (unless the subvendor is somebody else.)

AlbertP

2021-03-05 00:09:53

Of course, the OEM being done twice is silly, thx for the heads up!

Smartcom5

2021-03-14 19:36:05

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