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AMD launches the new TRINITY APU

Trinity, the second generation of AMD’s A-Series accelerated processing unit (APU) has arrived on last Tuesday. The new chips feature new x86 code-named Piledriver cores and Radeon HD 7000-series graphics cores, and it promises to boost in performance and battery life, for mainstream and ultrathin laptops, mainstream desktops, all-in-one PCs, home theater systems, and embedded designs code.

AMD will be launching five different APUs:

– the A10-4600M, A8-4500M, and A6-4400M aimed at larger, mainstream notebooks,
– the A10-4655M and A6-4455M destined for sleeker ultrathin models.

These new chips are based on a 32nm process, which is identical to the previous Llano, and will feature a higher transistor count at 1.3 billion. AMD has cut power use down to 17 watts for the dual core and 25 watts for quad-core chips. They can be “combined” with selected AMD discrete graphics chips to improve performance by up to 75 percent.
The company also claims that Trinity notebooks can expect as 12 hours of battery life in the equivalent of an Ultrabook running the new APU, but that’s clearly going to vary depending on the hardware. And like Ultrabooks, these APUs are also able to resume from sleep in as little as two seconds, thanks to AMD’s Start Now technology.

AMD said that the Trinity APUs are “well-positioned to take advantage of the upcoming transition to the Windows 8 operating system.”
This second generation of A-Series Trinity APUs is still available from Tuesday with “a record number of design wins with companies like Acer, Asus, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, and Sony,” the firm said.

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