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AMD Raises the Bar on Desktop and Notebook A-Series APUs

AMD today updated its A-Series line-up of desktop and notebook Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), further improving its top-performing family of dual- and quad-core APUs. Along with speed and performance improvements, AMD Steady Video update make this unique feature more compelling than ever. For desktop users, AMD extends its overclocking pedigree …

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AMD roadmap leaked: Trinity set for Q1 2012

An AMD roadmap has leaked on the 3DCenter forum which shows that Trinity, the replacement for Llano, could be released in Q1 2012. According to the information, there will be four SKU’s. Trinity is going to be based on AMD’s new Piledriver core which originates from Bulldozer and will be …

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AMD Fusion Black Edition ready to rock and roll

For years, car companies have been souping up and turbo charging their smallest vehicles. On the one hand, it seems a little crazy, but on the other hand it is hugely appealing. KitGuru spies sniffed around the Alternate stand at GamesCom 2011 and got the whiff of something meaty. Take …

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AMD Boosts Fusion APUs for Notebooks, Ultrathins & All-in-Ones

Today, AMD  updated its awardwinning C- and E-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) for ultrathin and value notebooks, netbooks, all-in-ones and desktop PCs with top of the line features. The updated APUs deliver; Enhanced HD graphics capabilities; Performance boosts with enhanced memory; DisplayPort ++ for connecting to any HDMI or DisplayPort-enabled …

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AMD Introduces A6-3500 Desktop APU

AMD today announced availability of the AMD A6-3500 APU for desktops, extending the lineup of APUs that deliver brilliant HD graphics, supercomputer-like performance and incredibly fast application speeds. The A6-3500 combines three x86 CPU cores with more than 300 Radeon cores, enabling powerful DirectX11-capable discrete-level graphics and dedicated HD video …

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Sasa Marinkovic analyses the launch of AMD’s A8

Intel’s Sandy Bridge series is powerful. No doubting that statement. But while most of the media attention has been focused on the 2500k and 2600k processors, that’s quite far away from what the average user will be buying in terms of price and performance. Most people won’t spend much more …

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AMD Quad Core Fusion chips set to dominate market

AMD’s Fusion has been a great success this year, with millions of units already shipped. Kitguru has reviewed many motherboards and systems powered by Fusion hardware. AMD are updating the range with the new A-Series chips which are targeting consumer notebooks and desktops. The Fusion APU places both GPU and …

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Gigabyte E350N-USB 3 Review

AMD’s latest Brazos Platform has proven popular over recent months, with many users adopting a secondary low powered system for general, light duties or as the foundation of a high definition media center. Today we are looking at the Gigabyte E350N USB 3 motherboard which is built to the high …

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