New Fusion forum section opened

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AMD’s Fusion launched over a month ago, and KitGuru has already reviewed several systems, including one world exclusive. As products are now starting to hit the channel we would like to hear your views if you have purchased a new system, or are in the process of building one.

mr catalyst New Fusion forum section opened

Terry Makedon aka CatalystMaker will be available for discussions, so please head over here to share your views.

amd fusion 1 New Fusion forum section opened

You can recap on our Fusion reviews over here:

Asus E35M1-I Deluxe Fusion Mobo & Thermaltake Armor A30 Review

Asus E35M1-I Deluxe Fusion Mobo & Thermaltake Armor A30 Review | KitGuru

Sapphire Pure Fusion Mini 350 Review (featuring ThermalTake Element Q)

Sapphire Pure Fusion Mini 350 Review (featuring ThermalTake Element Q) | KitGuru

MSI AMD Fusion Platform System Prototype – world first exclusive

MSI AMD Fusion Platform System Prototype – world first exclusive | KitGuru

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  • Steve Ruxton

    I look forward to following this new technology section

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  • Jim

    Does it really matter that AMD has a new innovation?

    Intel routinely bribes OEMs and even retailers not to sell AMD products. (as evidenced in the NY Attorney General’s 60-page report on Intel’s bribes/threats).

    Intel is forcing USB3.0 to be late in order to push Thunderbolt ( its own proprietary standard) – just for the purpose of gaining more monopoly power.

    You guys are getting all excited about a technology that will never sell. INtel won’t let it.

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