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AMD Announces New Multi-Core R-Series CPUs

AMD has new CPUs for its embedded line.

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  1. This needs to be retitled. They are new APUs, not CPUS. To me...a CPU needs to be unburdened by a integrated GPU
  2. pologoalie8908 said:
    This needs to be retitled. They are new APUs, not CPUS. To me...a CPU needs to be unburdened by a integrated GPU


    Read the article again, friend :-)
  3. they are CPU bundle with graphic card.
  4. Why are we still on dual and quad core?!! Is it because anything multithreaded should run on a GPGPU and anything not multithreaded should run on a single core CPU, and they are only doing dual and quad core for certain legacy software?
  5. The program combines one of AMD's new R-series CPUs with DISCRETE Radeon E6460 or E6760 graphics.

    Do people even read before posting anymore? - Evolution of the internet dwellers.
  6. otacon72 said:
    hydac7 said:
    Yes but no no no, come on AMD people make with the new FX line daddy needs an upgrade ... sigh ... :(


    I really feel bad for the people who have stuck by AMD and the fact AMD can't make a quality CPU anymore. Really pathetic.


    Never felt the need to go intel just because I couldnt justify the cost to myself. Now I have a 3570k powering my machine, go figure ay =)
  7. pologoalie8908 said:
    This needs to be retitled. They are new APUs, not CPUS. To me...a CPU needs to be unburdened by a integrated GPU


    The i5-4670K isn't a CPU then?

    Face it, it's just marketing.
  8. Does this mean Steamroller chips will not be called FX ?
  9. Does this mean Steamroller chips will not be called FX ?
  10. These are embedded chips. While they may end up being based on Steamroller or Piledriver, they aren't high end.
  11. why hasn't toms got a article/review of the AMD fx-9370 or fx-9590? Other sites have em so.. just old news?
  12. In case there is still confusion, these are embedded chips are low-TDP (17-35w) intended for things like NAS controllers the require x86, or other systems that require a reasonable amount of compute power.

    But after reading the TPU source, I don't quite understand what other embedded applications would demand or benefit from a discrete video card. The first thing that occurs to me is something like a video game or slot machine. But they don't really enumerate specifics.
  13. teh_chem said:
    In case there is still confusion, these are embedded chips are low-TDP (17-35w) intended for things like NAS controllers the require x86, or other systems that require a reasonable amount of compute power.

    But after reading the TPU source, I don't quite understand what other embedded applications would demand or benefit from a discrete video card. The first thing that occurs to me is something like a video game or slot machine. But they don't really enumerate specifics.


    I'm not a big fan, but digital billboards and store signage seems to be quite a burgeoning market ...
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    In case there is still confusion, these are embedded chips are low-TDP (17-35w) intended for things like NAS controllers the require x86, or other systems that require a reasonable amount of compute power.

    But after reading the TPU source, I don't quite understand what other embedded applications would demand or benefit from a discrete video card. The first thing that occurs to me is something like a video game or slot machine. But they don't really enumerate specifics.


    Embedded CPUs are used in everything from billboards and slot machines to cars and missles.
  15. Hehe, AMD-Fusion powered missiles...
  16. A missile that needs a GPU? :0
  17. For ze floating point detonation calculations of course!
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