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Wednesday, 01 June 2011 13:00

AMD shows Trinity Bulldozer-based APU

Written by Slobodan Simic
amd fusion

Comes in 2012
In addition to the confirmation that Bulldozer is pushed back for "late summer" and the official introduction of the 9 Series chipset and Z-Series APU for tablets, AMD announced its newest APU based on the Bulldozer architecture, the AMD Trinity APU.

Featuring the x86 based Bulldozer cores paired up with a DirectX 11 capable GPU, the Trinity is made in 32nm and is currently scheduled for 2012. AMD didn't get into specifics regarding the specs or launch date but we are quite sure that it might "accidentaly" concur with the March/April 2012 Ivy Bridge release date.

Senior Vice President and General Manager of AMD's Products Group Rick Bergman showed it to the crowd during the announcement.

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Picture courtesy of Computebase.de

Last modified on Wednesday, 01 June 2011 13:27
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+18 #1 Bl0bb3r 2011-06-01 14:32
Nice lid... anybody got xray vision to confirm it's real?

Seriously, even a blurred out die shot would have wowed, not that I don't trust amd to get the job done, but these convention showoffs allays smell like fish, or fisshy... whatever.
 
 
+9 #2 The blue fox 2011-06-01 16:07
Quoting Bl0bb3r:
Nice lid... anybody got xray vision to confirm it's real?

Seriously, even a blurred out die shot would have wowed, not that I don't trust amd to get the job done, but these convention showoffs allays smell like fish, or fisshy... whatever.


I agree i will wait to see a running one before i get excited. Just like i did with the 480.
Also why is it named Trinity it only 2 things (CPU/GPU). Unless you count the memory controller.
 
 
+36 #3 Xyllian 2011-06-01 17:23
Quoting The blue fox:
Quoting Bl0bb3r:
Nice lid... anybody got xray vision to confirm it's real?

Seriously, even a blurred out die shot would have wowed, not that I don't trust amd to get the job done, but these convention showoffs allays smell like fish, or fisshy... whatever.


I agree i will wait to see a running one before i get excited. Just like i did with the 480.
Also why is it named Trinity it only 2 things (CPU/GPU). Unless you count the memory controller.


One part CPU, one part GPU, one part AWESOME xD
 
 
+11 #4 Orumus 2011-06-02 01:19
I'm no Fanboy of anyone... but I sure hope AMD can produce the goods when bulldozer FINALLY emerges... I don't believe hype, I believe bench tests. Please please please AMD make a competitive product here.
 
 
+8 #5 PorscheRacer14 2011-06-02 14:20
Quoting The blue fox:
Quoting Bl0bb3r:
Nice lid... anybody got xray vision to confirm it's real?

Seriously, even a blurred out die shot would have wowed, not that I don't trust amd to get the job done, but these convention showoffs allays smell like fish, or fisshy... whatever.


I agree i will wait to see a running one before i get excited. Just like i did with the 480.
Also why is it named Trinity it only 2 things (CPU/GPU). Unless you count the memory controller.


Trinity was the codename for the atomic weapons program during WW2...
 
 
+2 #6 CombJelly 2011-06-04 00:20
Quoting PorscheRacer14:
Trinity was the codename for the atomic weapons program during WW2...


And, like Llano, Sabine and Brazos is the name of a river in Texas.

Perhaps there is a pattern here?
 
 
+1 #7 PorscheRacer14 2011-06-04 00:27
Could be. Intel is infamous for using rivers for codenames. I do miss the old AMD/ATI codenames like sledgehammer, clawhammer, hammer, skeletor, etc.
 
 
+1 #8 einheriar 2011-06-04 22:24
Quoting PorscheRacer14:
Quoting The blue fox:
Quoting Bl0bb3r:
Nice lid... anybody got xray vision to confirm it's real?

Seriously, even a blurred out die shot would have wowed, not that I don't trust amd to get the job done, but these convention showoffs allays smell like fish, or fisshy... whatever.


I agree i will wait to see a running one before i get excited. Just like i did with the 480.
Also why is it named Trinity it only 2 things (CPU/GPU). Unless you count the memory controller.


Trinity was the codename for the atomic weapons program during WW2...


Trinity is the intellectual nuclear winter that christianity has cursed the world with the last 2000 year. ;-)
 

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