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    Default AMD Llano CPU & Socket FM1

    Collaler.com has a bunch of cool information of the AMD Llano A8-3800 APU up that is worth taking a look at



    Another leaked roadmap!



    The A8-3800 chip features a stock core clock of 2.4Ghz which can turbo to 2.7Ghz. This chip runs at 0.992V with 1MBx4 L2 cache (No L3 Cache). The Radeon “6550D” chip in the APU has a core clock of 440mhz and 800mhz for the memory.



    The Gigabyte GA-A75-UD4H motherboard used for testing:





    Benchmark results:

    Super Pi (1M) – 54.382 sec (Stock) / 23.958 sec (3Ghz)
    Super Pi (8M) – 10m 38 sec (Stock) / 4m 25 sec (3Ghz)
    AIDA64 memory bandwidth: Read: 8602 MB, Write: 6155 MB, Copy: 9171 MB (Stock) /Read: 8836 MB, Write: 7122 MB, Copy: 10299 MB (3Ghz)
    Nuclearus: 9578 (Stock) / 13061 (3Ghz)
    CINEBENCH R11.5: OpenGL: 28.94 fps CPU: 2.89 pts (Stock) / OpenGL: 30.49 fps CPU: 3.68 pts (3Ghz)
    3Dmark06: 6616 (stock) / 7278 (3Ghz)
    3Dmark Vantage: 4019 (stock) / 4366 (3Ghz)
    3Dmark 11 Extreme Preset: E1764 (Stock) / E1950 (3Ghz)

    Gaming Benchmarks: (Stock)(1920x1080P)

    Street Fighter 4: 50.32 FPS
    Hawx: 54FPS (DX9) / 22FPS (DX10)
    Hawx 2: 46FPS (DX9) / 34FPS (DX11)
    Resident Evil 5: 29.0 (DX9) / 27.4 (DX10)




















    Here are a bunch of pictures of the upcoming Gigabyte GA-A75-UD4H Motherboard that was shown off at Computex 2011. This board features the new FM1 socket that will be needed for AMD Llano Desktop processors.










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    Default Re: AMD Llano CPU & Socket FM1

    So these little doggies comes with a graphics unit built with in the processor itself or what? And if it does, then is it used dedicatedly for a GPU or does it still require the presence of a built in graphics chip onboard?

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    Default Re: AMD Llano CPU & Socket FM1

    Quote Originally Posted by ll-r_o_m_u_l_u_s-ll View Post
    So these little doggies comes with a graphics unit built with in the processor itself or what? And if it does, then is it used dedicatedly for a GPU or does it still require the presence of a built in graphics chip onboard?
    They have a built in graphics unit, which can be use as a standalone GPU or crossfired with a discrete card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    They have a built in graphics unit, which can be use as a standalone GPU or crossfired with a discrete card.
    Thanks bro too lazy to search and read on the internet these days, when I wrote the previous post for a moment I had thought about mentioning you but then thought I shouldn't bother you so much.
    Edit:Wanted to give you a rep but seems BG is telling me that I will not be able to do so today.
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    Default Re: AMD Llano CPU & Socket FM1

    AMD's Fusion A-Series chips official: 10.5-hour battery life, DirectX11 graphics, and USB 3.0 support (video)



    AMD's Llano platform has been on our radar for more than two years, and finally, the company has come clean with its latest class of hybrid CPU / GPU chips, officially dubbed the Fusion A-Series. Unlike the low-power flavor of Fusion accerlated processing units already on the market, these 32-nanometer APUs were designed with desktops and mainstream laptops in mind, taking direct aim at Intel's Core 2011 processors with the promise of superior processing and discrete-level graphics, and 10-plus hours of battery life.

    Aside from the assorted performance and battery life claims the company is making (much more on that in a moment), what this means is that as far as laptops go, AMD is completely stepping away from the standalone-CPU-plus-GPU paradigm. But, the company will still make dedicated Radeon cards, which can be coupled with an APU for a 75 percent boost in graphics performance -- a setup AMD is calling "Dual Graphics." All told, these chips measure just 228 square millimeters. To put this in context, check out the gallery of hands-on shots below, featuring the A-series next to a standalone CPU, discrete graphics card, and, for the sake of scale, the kind of low-power Fusion chip introduced back at CES.

    A-Series-equipped PCs are already shipping, and AMD says we can expect to see at least 150 of them this year. That sounds promising indeed, but we've still got lots of technical details to rehash. Head on past the break for the full spill on what these APUs pledge to do, along with a video of AMD senior product marketing manager Raymond Dumbeck showing off some A-series laptops in action.

    The A-Series includes seven laptop APUs across three families, and offers up to 4MB of cache, and clock speeds as high as 1.9GHz in the dual-core A4 chips -- up to 2.5 GHz if you take into account AMD's Turbo Core technology. These chips are also stereoscopic 3D-capable, and support for USB 3.0, DirectX 11, OpenCL / OpenGL, AMD Wireless Display, and both 1600MHz DDR3 and low-power 1333MHz DDR3L memory.

    Like we said, AMD isn't shying away from direct comparisons with Intel's Sandy Bridge CPUs. The APUs promise more than ten and a half hours of resting battery life with the help of power gating, and AMD makes the pointed claim that its quad-core A8-3510MX APU can last more than three and a half hours longer than a dual-core Core i5-2410M processor. And the explicit one-upmanship doesn't end there. AMD also says that its dual-core A4 chips will compete with Core i3 CPUS, with the quad-core A6 going after i3 and i5, and the quad-core A8 taking on i5 and i7. Systems with the A4, A6, and A8 chips are expected to start around $499, $599, and $699, respectively.

    Graphics-wise, the A-Series has up to 400 shader cores, depending on the model, and ushers in two additions to AMD's Vision Engine: AMD Perfect Picture HD, which cleans up 1080p video post-processing, and AMD Steady Video, which compensates camera shake in movies. As you can imagine, we're impatiently waiting to get our first A-Series laptop in to review so that we can test all these claims, but until then, get your fill of details with the chart, PR, and video below.



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    Default Re: AMD Llano CPU & Socket FM1

    Official Llano Preview from Anandtech are in the following links:

    CPU, Motherboards and Notebook

    The first two links are Desktop Llano, the last one is (obviously) the mobile variant (notebook)

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    Default Re: AMD Llano CPU & Socket FM1

    now my question is....

    for normal home use....what is better Llano or Bulldozer......if FM1 is selected...than we loose legacy mobo support.....but its way efficient and has the power for casual gaming

    and i think Llano will be cheaper than bulldozer.....and for most guys Liano will be a lot better

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    Default Re: AMD Llano CPU & Socket FM1

    Quote Originally Posted by avas911 View Post
    now my question is....

    for normal home use....what is better Llano or Bulldozer......if FM1 is selected...than we loose legacy mobo support.....but its way efficient and has the power for casual gaming

    and i think Llano will be cheaper than bulldozer.....and for most guys Liano will be a lot better
    Yes, FM1 seems to be extremely power efficient even in the pre-production form and BIOS. Also, it has native USB 3.0, something Intel (and Bulldozer's 990FX) doesnt have yet. For casual home users, Llano looks to be very promising, especially for notebooks equipped with Llano where you can actually play games at decent settings (finally)

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    Default Re: AMD Llano CPU & Socket FM1

    I wonder when AMD will consider making graphics chips and processors for mobile devices, seems AMD have taken a step forward in the laptop/notebook/casual computing section, I'm eager to see how intel replies to this!

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