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Saturday, 01 December 2012 13:52

AMD and Fudzilla kick off holiday season with APU giveaway

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Fourteen A10-5700 APUs up for grabs

We worked really hard for this, and we are happy to bring you, our faithful readers some gifts for this pre-holiday season. After weeks of coordination with AMD, Fudzilla readers will be happy to learn that we have a number of Trinity APUs to hand out. In fact, we have 14 processors that will be shipped to 14 lucky people and all we want from you is to answer a few questions. The giveaway is global, so feel free to apply no matter where you live, provided you’re not on an Antarctic research station.

AMD wants to know how much you know about Trinity and in return for the right answers, you could get one of these babies. The questions are posted on our Facebook page and a Facebook Like will give us an idea of how many of you want to take part in this giveaway.

You can send your answers to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Every Tuesday and Thursday we will pick at least one winner that will be notified by email. The right answers will get you in the draw process and for the sake of fairness we will use a random number generator that will pick the winner for us.

Winners will be notified by email and we hope you can get back to us very soon, so we can process the shipping of the processor you way. Please use your correct email address if you want to get your Trinity.
Here is what AMD would like to know, and if you’re a regular Fudder, you probably won’t have to Google the answers:

• What is the maximum “Piledriver” CPU core count for the second generation AMD A-Series APU?
• Which AMD Radeon™ graphics series is combined with “Piledriver” CPU cores to create the second generation AMD A-Series APUs?
• What is the lowest TDP rating of the second generation AMD A-Series APU that makes it one of the most energy-efficient APUs of its class?
• What AMD technology enables a multi-monitor gaming setup with a second generation AMD A-Series APU?
• How many transistors are located on the second generation AMD A-Series APU for desktops?
• Which socket and which chipset, that is also supporting AMD CrossFire™, are used with the second generation AMD A-Series APUs for desktops?
• Which memory controller is used in the second generation AMD A-Series APU?

 

Here are some simple givaway rules:

• The giveaway is global.
• Participants must be 18 or older.
• Valid Email address and legitimate Facebook account required
• Open to Fudzilla Facebook followers (if you are not one, a simple like will do)
• The official address is This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Good luck!

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