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More AMD Trinity details leak out

Posted on Wednesday, May 02 2012 @ 21:04:18 CEST by


The Tech Report noticed more details about AMD's Trinity APU were leaked by Expreview. According to the slides, the new Piledriver cores will have a higher IPC (instructions per clock) while leaking less power. Trinity is anticipated to top out at a 100W TDP, and will feature dual- and quad-core variants with clockspeeds between 2.0GHz and 3.8GHz.
>i>Lower CPU clock speeds aren't entirely unexpected given the fact that Piledriver shares the processor die with a beefy Radeon GPU based on AMD's 6000-series architecture. Bulldozer has no graphics sidekick, let alone one with DirectX 11 credentials.

Trinity's integrated Radeon purportedly features up to 384 ALUs and can run at speeds as high as 800MHz. The graphics component looks like it takes up close to half of the die. If the slides are legit, that die measures 246 mm², making it a little larger than Llano and quite a bit bigger than Ivy bridge. Ivy has more transistors, but it's fabbed on a smaller 22-nm process, while Trinity will be built using 32-nm technology.


You can view the other slides at Asian tech site Expreview.



 



 

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