lunes, 6 de febrero de 2012

AMD039s New Direction For 2012 Heterogenous Computing Trinity and Hondo

Trinity will use the company's new Piledriver cores and is expected to increase performance 25 percent over an equivalent Llano processor with a new graphics core offering a 50 percent performance increase. AMD says Trinity will offer twice the performance-per-watt and promises all day� use with more than 12 hours of battery life. It is a mobile versions of the Trinity that AMD is pushing for its Ultrathin initative -- an alternative to Intel's Ultrabooks. AMD says Trinity will allow notebook makers to push out quad-core APUs with 50 percent better graphics and better battery life than even Intel's upcoming...
AMD039s New Direction For 2012 Heterogenous Computing Trinity and Hondo

Source:
http://techtime.posterous.com/amd039s-new-direction-for-2012-heterogenous-c