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AMD sending next-gen APUs to software developers

Posted on Tuesday, March 05 2013 @ 13:26:07 CET by

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X-bit Labs reports AMD has started to provide its next-gen APUs to software developers:
Johan Andersson, technical director of Frostbite at EA Digital Illusions CE (EA DICE), a Sweden-based computer game developer that is owned by Electronics Arts, has revealed a photo of a prototype PC board with installed microprocessor and a cooling solution, but without memory and storage. While the developer did not reveal what exactly the board was, he claimed that it was AMD’s “next generation APU” development system.

Since it is pretty late to send development samples of code-namedTrinity or Trinity 2.0 (Richland) accelerated processing units, the board probably features either code-named Kaveri (up to four high-performance Steamroller x86 cores, AMD Radeon HD 7000/GCN graphics core) or code-named Kabini (up to four low-power Jaguar x86 cores, AMD Radeon HD 7000/GCN graphics core) chips.
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