AMD APU Trinity offers a range 46% better than Ivy Bridge
The new apu amd Trinity “A-Series of 2 nd generation” are just to meet its first week of existence, and the many reviews on it confirm that it is a product with performance and price fairly balanced and notebooks and Ultrathins based on it offer great autonomy.
Perhaps consumption is not too important a factor in desktops, but this plays a key role in notebook PCs, and in many cases one of the key factors when choosing a team. Many tests on various equipment based on the APU AMD trinity show that they offer a range up to 46% higher than Portable microprocessor based Ivy Bridge-MB (Core 3 rd Generation) Intel, and up to 70% higher than of notebooks based on Sandy Bridge-MB (Core 2 ° generation).
It is noteworthy that the tested equipment APU AMD A10-4600m “Trinity” has a 35W TDP, while Intel-based machines tested have a TDP of 45W.
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