Wednesday, 16 May 2012

AMD ships Trinity processor, aims for a piece of Intel's ultrabook market

AMD ships Trinity processor, aims for a piece of Intel's ultrabook market

Built on the legacy of Bulldozer, Trinity is competitive with Intel—sort of.

Enlarge / AMD's silde introducing the Trinity CPU/GPU architecture.

On May 15, AMD officially unveiled Trinity, the company's successor to its Llano line of "Fusion" processors that combine CPU and GPU into a single part. The company announced five models of the new processor: three for "mainstream" notebook computers, desktops, and "all-in-one" systems; and two targeted at what AMD calls the "ultrathin" notebook market.

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