Today AMD is taking the wraps off their upcoming mobile APUs, joining the already discussed desktop Kaveri. While Kaveri will also be coming to laptops at some point in the first half of 2014, the focus during the mobile APU briefing was squarely on the replacements for the current Temash and Kabini APUs, codenamed Mullins and Beema. We looked at Kabini earlier this year, but while sales of laptops and tablets with the Kabini/Temash APUs have reportedly been quite good, we haven’t had the chance to test any retail laptops. With Intel’s Bay Trail set to give Atom a much-needed kick in the pants as far as performance is concerned, AMD hasn’t been standing still and their next generation of “small core” APUs looks ready...
Kicking off today is AMD’s annual developer conference, which now goes by the name APU13. There will be several APU/CPU related announcements coming out of the show this week...92 by Ryan Smith on 11/11/2013
AMD held a brief press conference this morning to disclose a new part that should be for sale shortly, the A10-6790K. The performance of the 6790K should be very...26 by Jarred Walton on 10/28/2013
The evolution of the Bulldozer module, through Piledriver, and Steamroller on Kaveri to come has been an eventful journey. Despite recent rumors floating around the Internet reporting delays...24 by Ian Cutress on 8/16/2013