Sources at notebook makers confided to DigiTimes that AMD's Trinity APU will hit the market later this month, although only for notebooks as desktop models won't be released until August. The new architecture promises a 25 percent boost in processor performance and a 50 percent increase in graphics performance compared to LLano, while being cheaper than same-level Ivy Bridge processors from Intel.
AMD is set to launch its desktop Trinity processors including A10-5800K, A10-5700, A8-5600K, A8-5500, while will also releasing A6 (Weatherford) and A4 (Richland) series processors. All these processors are manufactured by Globalfoundries, adopting a 32nm process.
In June, AMD will release low-power consumption, entry-level Brazos 2.0 - the new C and E series processors including 18W E2-1800 (1.7GHz) and E1-1200 (1.4GHz). In the third quarter, AMD will release new FX series processors including FX-8350, FX-6300 and FX-4320.
After Bulldozer, AMD will release Steamroller structure in 2013 and Excavator in 2015 and for notebook processors, the company will launch Kaveri processors to replace Trinity and Kabini APUs to replace Brazos 2.0.