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Rockliffe

AMD unveils new Trinity chipsets

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I came across this today on the BBC website and thought some of our AMD supporters may find it interesting. Sorry if it's old news...

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk...nology-18048078


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CPU cores introduces an energy-saving technique. Further power savings will be achieved by running more processes on the chipset's GPU.

 

Appears, just as Ivy Bridge, their more concerned with power savings than performance for the portable device market. We FSXers need clock speed.


ArDee

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With one major difference, SB was very power efficient while Bulldozer wasn't. It's a pressing issue AMD needs to tackle

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Since Trinity is a APU it is aimed at notebooks, all-in-one PC's, HTPC and other designs that require decent horsepower in a small energy efficient package.

 

Definitely not for gaming.


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