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Codenamed Carrizo, the new APU will directly succeed AMD's big Kaveri launch early this year and is aimed at performance mobile computing devices, including the currently trending convertible form factor models, and AIO desktops. Leading the change in Carrizo is its new Excavator core, so dig in for in for more details and expectations.
Tech News ASUS reveals two AMD FM2+ gaming boards
ASUS has just announced two FM2+ gaming motherboards based on the top-end AMD A88X chipset. The Republic of Gamers Crossblade Ranger is the first FM2+ board from the prestigious series; while the A88X-Gamer is meant for the PC gamers who need a high-end AMD A88X-based system and eschew exclusive ROG features.
AMD has released Kaveri SoCs (systems on chip) that are targeted at corporate users. Made up of three new SKUs, the new AMD Pro A-Series SoCs will support “comprehensive IT security, and management tools.” Read on to find out the technical specifications of each SoC.
Biostar has announced three motherboards with dual Gigabit LAN features. It allows for link aggregation so that the network connections can be combined in parallel. In addition, the two Gigabit LAN ports can be configured for network redundancy.
Gigabyte has launched two AM1 platform motherboards for low-cost computing solutions. The boards support AMD Kabini APUs that are marked under the Athlon and Sempron APU brands. One key feature of the new Kabini APU is the total on-die integration of the Platform Control Hub (PCH).
AMD and BlueStacks have announced the new “Android on Windows” software that is optimized for Windows devices, powered by select AMD APUs. This new software solution is slated for launch later this year, with a suggested retail price of US$39.95.
The new Biostar motherboard's based on the AMD FM2+ socket design that supports corresponding A-series and Athlon processors. It also features the AMD A88X chipset, with support for AMD CrossFire configurations.
Gigabyte has announced official support for the recently launched AMD Kaveri APUs for its FM2+ motherboards. Consumers can choose from four different chipsets, from the top-end AMD A88X to the A55 that is suitable for entry-level PCs.