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Wednesday, 25 April 2012 07:14

AMD Trinity is around the corner

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Few weeks apart from Ivy Bridge


In an interview with Engadget, AMD's Sasa Marinkovic, Head of Desktop and Software Product Marketing, has confirmed that Trinity is just around the corner and shouldn't be that much behind Intel's Ivy Bridge.

There has been confirmation that revamped Brazos 2.0 APUs and Trinity chips already shipped to OEMs and although there hasn't been talk about any precise dates, Mr. Sasa Marinkovic was pretty confident that Trinity should follow closely, at least when it comes to Ultrabooks. It is left to be seen when Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks will actually be available and AMD should be close behind.

Marinkovic also noted that Trinity might have similar pricing but, of course, with an advantage of better graphics. AMD is quite confident that 32nm manufacturing process will not be a problem as people care more about the experience rather than fabrication process, and Trinity should be better.

So far, AMD's Trinity sounds like a pretty good deal and we hope that we'll see it sooner than later. You can check out the interview here.

 

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