People need to learn to build and number things correctly.
I'm trying to find out if the graphics card on my home PC has HDMI or not. I'm at work and I can't physically check, so I remotely access my PC and look at device manager.
It tells me I have an AMD Radeon HD 6700 Series card. Not a specific number, just "6700 series". I punch that into Google Images and get a ton of different pictures, many with HDMI, but many angled so I can't see properly.
I go into Catalyst Control Center and look. It tells me the same thing, but gives me a device ID. I look up that device ID on Google and what do I get?
Google tells me this is actually a 5700 series, not a 6700 series. According to my Dell papers, it's actually a 6770, so I Google THAT and get at least 5 different sorts of photos, all with the label Radeon HD 6770. So I'm no closer to knowing.
To add to the confusion, the AMD Radeon HD 6770 was released in April 2011. The Radeon HD 6850 which has a higher model number was released in 2010 and the Radeon HD 6350 which has a lower number than both, was released almost two weeks BEFORE the HD 6770. And to make matters worse, sometimes they slap some new features on an existing card and release it as a new card with a new number.
They should just call them Radeon 1, 2, 3, 4 etc. and if they slap new features in an old card, call it the "Special Edition" (like Windows 98 SE) or at least make it clear that it's and old dog with new tricks.
I. Really. Hate. Hardware.