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re: AMD offers Fusion APUs as alternative accelerators for supercomputing
Mxv   12/8/2011 9:28:59 PM
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Thermal packaging constraints means these chips can't perform to their limits.

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re: AMD offers Fusion APUs as alternative accelerators for supercomputing
PJames   12/7/2011 9:41:45 PM
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"APUs are something of a hybrid between CPUs and GPUs, combining multi-core x86 processing, memory controllers, a massively parallel and a PCI-E interface, all on one piece of silicon." A massively parallel... what?

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re: AMD offers Fusion APUs as alternative accelerators for supercomputing
goafrit   12/6/2011 2:25:24 PM
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AMD makes great technology, but they have a lousy marketing team. That has been the problem. They cannot in tech - they need to get better.



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