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AMD Ontario performance numbers leaked

It seems that performance figures for the first Fusion product from AMD have leaked online.

Hardware Info – a german site, appear to have gotten their hands on a leaked table that details the Ontario based accelerated processing unit (APU) is capable of 1.352 GFLOPS of floating point performance.

When we analyse this, it would have roughly twice the performance of an Intel Atom D510 processor.

Ontario APU’s are apparently meant to draw around 18W while incorporating a fully capable DX11 graphics core which shows the potential of this platform for power saving.

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