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Thursday, 15 September 2011 10:35

AMD shows off Trinity APU

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Running Deus Ex on a notebook
Just across the street from this years IDF, AMD decided to show quite a few upcoming products and the most recent one is Trinity.

Although there were no specs given, or performance figures for that matter, it is nice to see that AMD is ready to at least show it on a notebook and to see that it is able to run Deus Ex: Human Revolution. According to various rumors and quite a few leaked slides, the Trinity should feature up to four "improved Bulldozer" cores aka Piledriver, and will be made in 32nm manufacturing process.

Of course, as the Trinity is schedule to appear sometimes in early 2012, at least according to AMD, and we are sure that we'll see more and more of it.

More here.

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