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AMD rolls A series x86, graphics CPUs

6/14/2011 04:01 AM EDT
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Neo10
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Neo10   6/15/2011 2:29:27 AM
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If AMD can pulls this off then it is going to be a game changer. They have really struggled since the Opteron days and this certainly looks interesting from the gaming capable desktop/laptop point of view. Would be good to know the details of how load sharing happens between the CPU and GPU.

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eewiz   6/14/2011 6:18:12 AM
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Good to see AMD back in the notebook PC game with Liano CPUs. Saw a demo(by AMD :)) in which Liano pretty much destroys a second gen Intel sandy bridge in intensive graphics tasks at a lower power. The ATI acquisition is finally starting to pay off for AMD.

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