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Saturday, 09 June 2007 15:43

Fusion GPU in CPU has a different clock

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Computex 07:
Two parts, two speeds


Just as Nvidia Shaders run at higher frequencies then the rest of the G80 chip, AMD's Fusion will work on a similar principle.

The GPU in a Fusion will run at a different frequency from the rest of the CPU, that is the beauty of it. This is not some wild talk, the fact got confirmed from a top ATI spinner Dave Orton himself and this makes perfect sense.

We already wrote here that it will be easy to upgrade the graphic core to DirectX 11 or something in the next generation Fusion, here.  
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