AMD shows off Trinity notebook

Posted on Tuesday, Jun 14 2011 @ 22:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Legit Reviews reports AMD showed off a notebook with a Bulldozer-based APU at the company's Developer Fusion Summit 2011:
Rick Bergman took care of that this morning when he showed a notebook running Trinity. He went out to say that the Trinity APU is due in 2012 and will be 50% more powerful than Llano that came out today. In order to get this extra performance boost Trinity will be running 'Bulldozer' x86 CPU cores with an updated DX11 GPU architecture. AMD will be using the current 32nm process for this APU as well. We are very impressed by Llano, so this is very good news.


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