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= 2D/3D Acceleration with Catalyst Only =
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* All RadeonHD 7000-series (aka Southern Islands) and RadeonHD 8000-series (aka Sea Islands) chips
 
Note: Some RadeonHD 7000/8000 cards are actually rebadged variants of older cards and may support open-source acceleration
 
Note2: You will need a linux kernel >= 3.4 for basic open-source modesetting support
 
 
 
= Officially Supported (Catalyst & Open Source) =
 
The following hardware is supported by current releases of the Catalyst/fglrx driver. Open source drivers will work as well. Note that RadeonHD 6xx0 chips will need kernel 2.6.38 for open-source mode-setting, xf86-video-ati/radeon 6.14.0 for 2D acceleration (EXA/Xv), and Mesa 7.11 for 3D acceleration.
 
 
 
* CEDAR      Radeon HD 5450
 
* REDWOOD    Radeon HD 5550/5570/5670
 
* JUNIPER    Radeon HD 5730/5750/5770
 
* CYPRESS    Radeon HD 5830/5850/5870
 
* HEMLOCK    Radeon HD 5970
 
* PALM        Radeon HD 6250/6310
 
* SUMO,SUMO2  Radeon HD 6370/6380/6400/6410/6480/6520/6530/6550/6620
 
* CAICOS      Radeon HD 6430/6450/6470/6490
 
* TURKS      Radeon HD 6570/6670
 
* JUNIPER    Radeon HD 6750/6770
 
* BARTS LE    Radeon HD 6790
 
* BARTS      Radeon HD 6850/6870
 
* CAYMAN      Radeon HD 6950/6970  (requires Catalyst 11.4b; open-source requires kernel 2.6.39)
 
* ANTILLES    Radeon HD 6990
 
 
 
= Older RadeonHD (Catalyst Legacy 13.1 & Open Source) =
 
 
 
ATI/AMD initially dropped Catalyst support for these cards in the regular Catalyst 12-6. These cards are now supported with the later released Catalyst 13-1 legacy, but you MUST use a kernel <= 3.4 and Xserver <= 1.12. For example, you can use Catalyst 13-1 legacy if you're running less than Ubuntu 12.04 or Debian Squeeze/6.0. Open source support is good and 3D is still improving.
 
 
 
* R600        Radeon HD 2900
 
* RV610/RV630 Radeon HD 2400/2600, 3000/3100/3200/3300, M71, M72, M74, M76
 
* RV620      Radeon HD 3450/3470, M82 
 
* RV635      Radeon HD 3650/3670, M86
 
* RV670      Radeon HD 3850/3870, M88
 
* RS780      Radeon HD 3100/3200/3300
 
* RS880      Radeon HD 4100/4200/4290
 
* RV710      Radeon HD 4350/4550/5145/530v/545v, M92
 
* RV730      Radeon HD 4650/4670/5165/550v/560v/565v, M96, M96-XT
 
* RV770      Radeon HD 4850/4870, M97, M98
 
 
 
= Radeon (Catalyst <= 9.3 & Open Source) =
 
 
 
ATI/AMD dropped Catalyst support for these cards in Catalyst 9-4. These cards are supported with the legacy ATI 9-3 Catalyst release, but you MUST use a kernel <= 2.6.28 and Xserver <= 1.5. For example, you can use Catalyst 9-3 if you're running Ubuntu 8.04 or Debian Lenny/5.0. Open source support is good and 3D is still improving.
 
 
 
* RS400/RS480 Radeon XPRESS 200(M)/1100 IGP
 
* R300        Radeon 9700PRO/9700/9500PRO/9500/9600TX
 
* R350        Radeon 9800PRO/9800SE/9800
 
* R360        Radeon 9800XT
 
* RV350      Radeon 9600PRO/9600SE/9600/9550, M10/M11
 
* RV360      Radeon 9600XT
 
* RV370      Radeon X300, M22
 
* RV380      Radeon X600, M24
 
* RV410      Radeon X700, M26 PCIE
 
* R420        Radeon X800 AGP
 
* R423/R430  Radeon X800, M28 PCIE
 
* R480/R481  Radeon X850 PCIE/AGP
 
* RS482      Radeon (Xpress) 200
 
* RV505      Radeon X1300, M52, M62
 
* RV515/RV550 Radeon X1400/X2100/X2300, M54, M64, All-In-Wonder 2006
 
* RV516      Radeon X1500
 
* R520        Radeon X1800, M58
 
* RV530/RV560 Radeon X1600/X1650/X1700/X2500, M56, M66
 
* RV570/R580  Radeon X1900/X1950, M68
 
* RS600/RS690 Radeon (Xpress) X1200/X1250/X1270
 
* RS740      Radeon (Xpress) 2100
 
* FireGL T2 (4154)
 
* FireGL V3100 (5B64)
 
* FireGL V3200 (3E54)
 
* FireGL V3300 (5E49)
 
* FireGL V5000 (5E48)
 
* FireGL V5100 (5551)
 
* FireGL V7100 (5550)
 
* FireGL X1 (4E47)
 
* FireGL X2-256/X2-256t (4E4B)
 
* FireGL X3-256 (4A4D)
 
* FireGL Z1 (4147)
 
 
 
= Radeon Legacy (Open Source) =
 
These cards are no longer actively supported by AMD as of the 8.28.8 fglrx driver. Unless you run an ancient distro, using the open source drivers is your only option.
 
 
 
* R100        Radeon 7200
 
* RV100      Radeon 7000(VE), M6, RN50/ES1000
 
* RS100      Radeon IGP320(M)
 
* RV200      Radeon 7500, M7, FireGL 7800
 
* RS200      Radeon IGP330(M)/IGP340(M)
 
* RS250      Radeon Mobility 7000 IGP
 
* R200        Radeon 8500, 9100, FireGL 8800/8700
 
* RV250      Radeon 9000PRO/9000, M9
 
* RV280      Radeon 9200PRO/9200/9200SE/9250, M9+
 
* RS300      Radeon 9100 IGP
 
* RS350      Radeon 9200 IGP
 

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