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  • Last update: Monday 15 October 2012 [6 news items]

AMD to reduce previous-generation APU prices

Oct 15, 22:18

After announcing its latest FM2-based A series APUs (Trinity) on October 1, AMD is set to reduce prices of its previous-generation APUs with the FM1-based A4-3300 to be reduced from...

Taiwan motherboard makers hope Trinity APU can push Intel to lower prices for Core i3

Sep 28, 15:14

AMD has unveiled its desktop Trinity APUs, and Taiwan-based motherboard makers hope that the launch will bring pressure on Intel to decrease prices for its similar-level processors...

AMD 4Q12 revenues to benefit from desktop Trinity APU

Sep 18, 01:35

AMD is set to announce its latest Trinity APU for the desktop market on October 1 and the new CPU is expected to have chance of boosting the CPU maker's revenue performance in the...

AMD reportedly to delay launch of desktop Trinity to October

Jul 13, 13:42

AMD has reportedly postponed the launch of its Trinity processors for desktop platforms from August to October in order to make some adjustments to the processors' designs. Downstream...

Supply of AMD Llano APU unlikely to recover until Trinity arrives

Oct 3, 16:44

Supply of AMD's Llano APUs, affected by Globalfoundries's lower-than-expected 32nm yield rates, has been significantly limited and is unlikely to recover until the company's upcoming...

AMD displaying next generation APU platform; adopts 28nm process in 2012

Jun 16, 14:06

AMD has displayed notebook models using its next-generation Trinity platform, based on Bulldozer at its Fusion Developer Summit (AFDS), and is set to launch the new platform in 2012...

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