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Old 23rd May 2013, 11:14   #1
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AMD launches Temash, Richland and Kabini mobile APUs

Gunning for tablets and ultra-portables.
http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...-mobile-2013/1
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Holy crap 4.1Ghz from the CPU in the A10-6800k. I know it still wont compete with the power of an i5 but that's still a fast CPU. I am also hoping AMD evolve the FX CPUs soon since I need an upgrade and would rather give money to a struggling AMD than a rip-off, sky high profit Intel.
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Holy crap 4.1Ghz from the CPU in the A10-6800k. I know it still wont compete with the power of an i5 but that's still a fast CPU. I am also hoping AMD evolve the FX CPUs soon since I need an upgrade and would rather give money to a struggling AMD than a rip-off, sky high profit Intel.
Not only is 4.1GHZ impressive but it also has a very acceptable TDP for what it is. Obviously it could be better but like I said, it's a acceptable.

I too am looking to do an upgrade, preferably AMD based for the same reasons. I'm considering the FX-6300 since it seems to currently be the best valued x86 CPU today (in terms of price vs performance, nothing else) but will wait for what Steamroller offers. I have an 890FX board so I'm not sure if SR will even be compatible.
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Some really interesting releases here, exciting even, looking forward to seeing how these perform in use.

Sidenote and off topic slightly- We've been with DDR3 for a while now, I wonder when we'll move to next gen RAM and what advantages it will bring?
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