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AMD prepping dual-core Fusion GPU

Posted on Wednesday, September 16 2009 @ 02:20:12 CEST by

FUD Zilla reports AMD's future Ontario processor will feature a dual-core DirectX 11 IGP:
This native CPU/GPU combo approach is planned in either dual-core or quad-core specifications as a product named Llano that aims at the mainstream notebook market. For the emerging market, AMD plans Ontario, a dual core CPU with a DirectX 11 APU. An APU is not a Simpson character, it’s rather a term that stands for Accelerated Processing Unit.

The Ontario CPU itself will support DDR3 memory including DDR3L 1.35v and it should come in FT1 BGA packaging. AMD plans to match Ontario with the Hudson M1 chipset. In perspective, all of this will be part of the Brazos platform, which is probably named after some kind of river.



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