- News tagged "apu"
Friday, 5 Oct 2012
According to the local AMD office, the Trinity desktop APUs will be available at the end of this month. Their pricing will be made only be known then. Hence, do expect these APUs to be on the shelves by November when their accompanying Socket FM2 motherboards are on sale as well.
Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012
Based on the new AMD A85X chipset and FM2 socket, the F2A85 Series motherboards come with a variety of ASUS-exclusive features including Dual Intelligent Processors 3, GPU Boost, USB BIOS Flashback tool, and Remote GO!.
A full-sized ATX board, the Sapphire Pure Platinum A85XT supports the latest gen AMD APU A10/A8/A6/A4 series Trinity processors utilizing socket FM2.
Called the X-Boost, it automatically overclocks to a maximum of 15.77% performance boost on the CPU when triggered.
The Gigabyte F2A85X-UP4, the flagship of the Gigabyte FM2 series, incorporates Gigabyte Ultra Durable 5 technology, digital power delivery and other exclusive features which takes advantage of AMD’s new ‘Trinity’ technology.
Friday, 15 Jun 2012
Despite news of Trinity APUs for desktops being delayed till October this year, AMD has revealed details of these APUs on its website.
Wednesday, 13 Jun 2012
According to our conversation with a Gigabyte spokesman at Computex 2012, AMD is delaying the release of Trinity APUs for desktops. We feel that this delay points to a series of business decisions made by AMD to focus on the mobile computing segment.
Sunday, 10 Jun 2012
At Computex, we spotted a unique gaming notebook, the MSI GX60 that features an A10-4600M APU with an AMD Radeon 7970M GDDR5 GPU. Read on to find out more about this interesting piece of hardware!
Saturday, 9 Jun 2012
A 11.6-inch hybrid tablet from Compal shows off AMD’s proposition of balanced computing with a low powered Trinity APU. Using Windows 8 and pairing with its keyboard dock, it instantly transforms to an ultrathin notebook.
Tuesday, 5 Jun 2012
More from Computex 2012 as we check out AMD's FM2 socket motherboards for the upcoming AMD desktop AMD Trinity CPUs at a special session held at Taipei 101.