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AMD's Trinity combo processors aimed at do-it-yourself PC builders and gamers

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Advanced Micro Devices’ new family of combination graphics-microprocessor chips is available today for do-it-yourself PC builders and gamers. As we noted earlier, the chips, code-named Trinity, are accelerated processing units (APUs) that combine graphics and computing functions on a single chip. Now the second-largest maker of PC processors is announcing prices...
AMD's Trinity combo processors aimed at do-it-yourself PC builders and gamers

AMD's Trinity analyzed: A surprisingly good, inexpensive gaming solution

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If you followed our coverage of AMD’s Trinity launch last month, you may recall that our benchmarking efforts were thwarted by an unexpected motherboard fire. Such events are problematic as far as launch-day coverage is concerned, but it also gave us time to consider some of the different use cases...
AMD's Trinity analyzed: A surprisingly good, inexpensive gaming solution

AMD's new laptop chips inspired by mobile devices, gaming consoles

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As demand for PC processors plummets, Advanced Micro Devices has borrowed technologies from mobile devices and gaming consoles as a way to perk up sales for its latest A-series laptop processors that were introduced Tuesday. AMD's latest A-series processors code-named Richland replace existing laptop chips code-named Trinity, which were...
AMD's new laptop chips inspired by mobile devices, gaming consoles
AMD points to APU momentum at CES 2013
CPUs of the future: AMD partners with ARM, Intel designs a brain on a chip

AMD's G-Series APUs now come with Integrity, other ethical constructs due later

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AMD's G-Series APUs are the type of chips that'll nurse one pint of power at the bar for hours on end, driving set top boxes, medical equipment and tablet-style devices. Now the manufacturer's adding the equally sensible Integrity real-time operating system from Green Hills Software to the platform. The...
AMD's G-Series APUs now come with Integrity, other ethical constructs due later
AMD rolls out new chips, graphics processors for mobile and desktop

AMD Will Build 64-bit ARM based Opteron CPUs for Servers, Production in 2014

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Last year AMD officially became an ARM licensee, although the deal wasn't publicized at the time. Fast forward to June 2012 and we saw the first fruits of that deal: AMD announced it would integrate ARM's Cortex A5 core into its 2013 APUs to enable TrustZone support. Today comes...
AMD Will Build 64-bit ARM based Opteron CPUs for Servers, Production in 2014
The dream is dead: AMD gives up its share in GlobalFoundries

AMD Trinity APU overclocked at 7.3 GHz, kept cool with liquid nitrogen

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AMD's Trinity APUs have only been in the wild for a few days, but some have already taken on the challenge of pushing the new desktop silicon to its limits. By giving the A10-5800K model 1.956 volts, disabling two of its cores and cooling it with liquid nitrogen, overclockers...
AMD Trinity APU overclocked at 7.3 GHz, kept cool with liquid nitrogen

Maingear welcomes AMD A-Series APUs to its F131 and X-Cube desktop PCs

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In a move to make its desktops more palatable to the masses, Maingear is bringing AMD's integrated A-Series APUs to its F131 tower and X-Cube desktop PCs. Upon learning the news, we took a peek at the manufacturer's website and found a customizable X-Cube available with a $649 starting...
Maingear welcomes AMD A-Series APUs to its F131 and X-Cube desktop PCs

PlayStation win shows AMD shedding its singular focus on x86

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For those of us who remember AMD as the alternative to Intel in our desktops, or as the also-ran to Intel in servers, it’s time to think of the new AMD. Like a Beyonce dumping Destiny’s Child, the chipmaker is ditching its sole reliance on x86 and embracing new architectures...
PlayStation win shows AMD shedding its singular focus on x86

"I am calling you from Week in Review": 12 of Ars' best stories this week

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We had a bit of a strange week here at Ars, what with phone scammers calling deputy editor Nate Anderson, who quickly enlisted senior IT reporter Jon Brodkin, in an attempt to break down the strategies behind the tech support frauds. We also discussed some creative science—in a quest to...
"I am calling you from Week in Review": 12 of Ars' best stories this week

AMD has console gaming in its pocket, but can it squeeze out Nvidia on the PC?

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AMD is in a very interesting position this year. Not only is it pushing the envelope with server, desktop, and mobile APUs, but it also has the console market on lock down. This week at the Computex Taipei expo, AMD doubled down on its "Unified Gaming Strategy," and promises to...
AMD has console gaming in its pocket, but can it squeeze out Nvidia on the PC?

AMD announces availability of its Elite A-Series APUs for notebook PCs

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AMD today announced the availability of its AMD Elite A-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), formerly codenamed Richland. These processors, designed for use in notebook PCs, combine either two or four x86 CPU cores with a graphics engine derived from AMD's Radeon HD 8000 series of discrete GPUs on the...
AMD announces availability of its Elite A-Series APUs for notebook PCs

AMD’s Analyst Day confirms APU cancellations, trims core counts

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AMD’s Analyst Day kicks off today and the news is starting to flow. Additional details will be disclosed throughout the various presentations, so we’ll update this story or publish follow-ups as appropriate.So what are the headlines so far? As we expected, AMD has canceled its Krishna and Wichita APUs that...
AMD’s Analyst Day confirms APU cancellations, trims core counts

AMD's Richland APUs: 5GHz overclocks on tap, set the stage for Steamroller

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AMD's Richland APUs hit desktop today, with a modest performance increase at roughly the same TDP. Overclocking headroom is up significantly -- and what's around the corner is downright exciting. This could be the beginning of a new AMD....
AMD's Richland APUs: 5GHz overclocks on tap, set the stage for Steamroller
AMD and ARM partner up to battle Intel in the server space
AMD CPU bonanza: Trinity desktop prices, Intel's counter, and the Piledriver FX-8350′s performance
AMD CEO acknowledges disappointing quarter and PC market share losses
AMD launches series of chips that get it into low-power laptops and tablets

AMD outlines Elite Performance laptop APUs with game-ready Wireless Display

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AMD isn't focusing all its attention on its entry-level mobile APUs today: it's also providing details for the faster Richland-based models. The new A6, A8, and A10 mobile variants fall under the Elite Performance badge, and theoretically beat Intel to the punch with up to 71 percent faster 3D...
AMD outlines Elite Performance laptop APUs with game-ready Wireless Display

AMD launches Trinity APUs, says it trumps Intel

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AMD has formally launched its next-generation Trinity Accelerated Processing Units (APUs). The company says that the improvements in architecture and Piledriver core has resulted in a chip that is twice as efficient per watt as its predecessor the Llano, despite sticking with a 32nm fabrication process. AMD says that based...
AMD launches Trinity APUs, says it trumps Intel
Globalfoundries goes independent, buying out AMD ownership

AMD reveals Trinity specs, claims to beat Intel on price, multimedia, gaming

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Itching for the details of AMD's latest Accelerated Processing Units (APUs)? Then get ready to scratch: Trinity has arrived and, as of today, it's ready to start powering the next generation of low-power ultra-portables, laptops and desktops that, erm, don't run Intel. The new architecture boasts up to double...
AMD reveals Trinity specs, claims to beat Intel on price, multimedia, gaming

AMD Llano A8-3870K APU Overclocked to 6067MHz

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AMD’s launch of the multiplier unlocked A8-3870K and A6-3670K processors have enabled overclockers to push Llano APUs to higher frequencies than ever before, such a chip just surpassing the 6GHz barrier during a recent OC competition.n. The processor in question is actually the A8-3870K APU which, with the help of...
AMD Llano A8-3870K APU Overclocked to 6067MHz

AMD rolls out Elite desktop APUs with Splashtop game streaming

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AMD has already shown what its mobile Richland APUs can do, and it's now ready to reveal their desktop equivalents' potential. The company's new, full-power A6, A8 and A10 Elite processors are more evolutionary bumps than overhauls, but they still have a few clear advantages over last year's Trinity...
AMD rolls out Elite desktop APUs with Splashtop game streaming

AMD to add ARM processors to boost chip security

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Back in February, AMD raised the possibility that future processors from the company might include ARM cores. The assumption at the time was that these ARM cores would be used for computation. The company has revealed its first plans for chips combining x86 and ARM cores, but it turns out...
AMD to add ARM processors to boost chip security

AMD announces Temash, Kabini, Richland, and Kaveri APUs at CES 2013

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AMD's press event here in Vegas just wrapped up, and if there's a single acronym to describe everything that we witnessed, it's this: APU. The two highlights were codenamed Temash and Kabini, two products that the company is touting as its first true system-on-chip APUs. In fact, each of...
AMD announces Temash, Kabini, Richland, and Kaveri APUs at CES 2013

HP Mini 110 and Mini 210 Cedar Trail Netbooks Will Start at 279 EUR ($367)

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Intel’s Cedar Trail platform might not have the power of AMD’s E-series APUs, but this hasn’t stopped HP from using it in order to refresh their Mini 110 and Mini 210 netbook computers. As many of you surely know by now, Intel’s Cedar Tail platform comprises the Cedarview processors and...
HP Mini 110 and Mini 210 Cedar Trail Netbooks Will Start at 279 EUR ($367)
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