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Old May 11, 2011, 04:10 PM   #1
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AMD AMD's Fusion A-series processors contain the world's most advanced integrated GPUs

DomainHaber suggests that the AMD Fusion A-series are the most advanced integrated GPU out there!

Netbooks, especially low-cost laptops, computers, and a combination of all of them prepared for the Brazos Mini-ITX motherboards available in January, offering the AMD platform, code-named Fusion, people began to count down for high-performance Fusion models. LIano code named Phenom II architecture and design with the Radeon HD 6000 series graphics processor, which brings together Fusion A4, A6 and A8 series processors offer some new details emerged about the game's performance.

Fusion processors, AMD's new 32nm manufacturing technology, code named Husky take the basic core design. This design, according to the performance in terms of the existing architecture of the Phenom II is an update not subject to a substantial, 32nm process technology, higher productivity, such as adaptation and contains a number of updates. As for the new processors, the biggest difference in the world's most powerful integrated graphics solutions, "defined as the Radeon HD 6500 series of new designs show iGPU.

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Old May 13, 2011, 03:09 AM   #2
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Oh when when when, as in on the shelf ready to buy, non-bloated price laptop, A series? This is more like it, I hope AMD doesn't try to milk it for all it is worth as in release the lower A series and then progress up after several months.

Since on new 32nm process I wonder how the energy savings will be, yield for this APU etc. One can buy a Dual or even quad core laptop, with 6650 for less then $700 now, 6570's with DDR5 for less then $600 etc. Only problem with them is some rather sucky battery life and heat.
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