The usual suspects are expecting to be able to start shipping Hawaii based AMD cards some time in October with availability soon after that, at least in theory. They will be shipping to system builders and retailers at that time so you shouldn't be expecting the chance to buy a brand new GPU before Halloween but you could reasonably expect one before the New Year. We don't know how this new chip will handle frame pacing on multiple displays but we can certainly hope the extra time in the shop will help.
As well DigiTimes mentioned that ASUS will start shipping H81 based motherboards immediately. The series will be comprised of a single ATX board called the H81-Plus, four mATX boards including the H81M-Plus, H81M-A, H81M-C and H81M-E and a single mITX board called the H81I-Plus. You can read the features they will be including in the new entry level boards here, though as of yet we do not have pricing.
"As AMD is set to announce its next-generation high-end GPU codenamed Hawaii, graphics card players including Asustek Computer, Micro-Star International (MSI) and PowerColor are expected to start mass shipping related products in October, according to sources from the upstream supply chain."
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- Intel to put pedal to metal in 14nm Atom upgrade @ The Register
- Dell Dumps Keyboardless Windows RT Tablets @ Slashdot
- Apple suppliers will ship two fresh iPhones in 'early September' @ The Inquirer
- Apple to replace wonky iMac graphics cards @ The Register
- Getting Boxeebox root and making it useful again @ Hack a Day
- Ask the Experts: Intel's Aicha Evans Talks Wireless and Answers Your Questions @ AnandTech
- Kiwi jetpack gets all-clear for manned tests @ The Register