Posted by Philipp Esselbach, 11/09/2010 09:25 AM
Legit Reviews takes a review on AMD Vision
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|Last week we had the opportunity to visit AMD's Austin, Texas headquarters to preview their upcoming 'Brazos' development platform and actually got some hands-on testing with a Fusion APU system prior to its launch. AMD is allowing us to post up a little bit of information on this upcoming platform today, but the performance numbers that we recorded are under still under embargo. Today, we will be bringing you some high-level impressions, chip architecture details and pictures of an MSI notebook that is running an AMD APU called Zacate.
AMD let us take a sneak peak at the Brazos platform, which is their entry level product for the AMD Vision product line. The Brazos platform is made up of 'Ontario' and 'Zacate' APU's. Both of these processors are made by The entry level will be Ontario 9W processors that are designed for HD content and internet browsing capabilities. The Ontario APU will be sold with C-Series APU branding and will be available at launch as the C-30 and C-50. Those wanting more horse power can step up to AMD's 'Mainstream HD Entertainment' processor, which is the 18W Zacate APU. This APU competes with the Intel Pentium CPU series and will be branded an E-Series APU with E-240 and E-350 models available at launch...
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