AMD Sabine to feature CPU with integrated DirectX 11 graphics

Posted on Thursday, Apr 09 2009 @ 21:20 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Details of AMD's platform plans for the notebook market have been leaked to Expreview. This year it will all be about Tigris, next year we'll see the Danube platform and in 2011 the company will debut Sabine.

The Sabine platform will feature the Llano APU (Accelerated Processing Unit), it's a mobile processor with integrated DirectX 11 graphics and DDR3-1600MHz support. This chip will be bundled with the AMD SB9xxM chipset which will support up to 16 USB 3.0 ports, integrated DAC, 6 SATA ports, etc. This platform also introduces UVD 3.



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