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AMD Announces Bristol and Stoney Ridge APUs officially
AMD dropped in April already know that at Computex his Bristol Ridge APUs would introduce and published even though some benchmark results. Bristol Ridge processor is the seventh generation of AMD APUs and uses Excavator cores and DDR4 memory. Precise information about clock speeds and type numbers is not known yet, but AMD will A10-, A12-, and FX processors deliver the new architecture.
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Naas Bristol Ridge AMD also introduced Stoney Ridge, which uses the same architecture, but has a maximum TDP of 15 watts. The Stoney Ridge processors are thus slower and are labeled A9, A6 and E2 APUs. AMD GPU which integrates the new processor is also not yet known, but the graphic A9 would be as fast as a Core i3-6100U.
AMD Zen Finally, could Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, report that the introduction of the new Zen processor, codenamed Summit Ridge, is on schedule. Zen CPU for desktops get eight cores and sixteen threads and “a forty percent higher IPC,” all is not entirely clear which AMD compares the new CPU. Zen architecture would be particularly good dishes, which are also variants for servers, laptops and embedded devices will appear after the introduction of the desktop processor.
Laptops with the new Bristol and Stoney Ridge APUs are available immediately. The Zen processors come if the property is available in the autumn.Viewing:-98
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