AMD Llano APU discontinued its in Q1 (January-March) 2013
Launched in June last year, the amd A Series APUs first generation, known by its code name Llano, reach the end of their path, because according to information coming from Fudzilla, AMD have decided to discontinue them in the early months of next year (between January to March).
The launch of the apu AMD A Series of second-generation “Trinity” would have been the main reason for this decision by AMD, as new Trinity APUs offer better performance than Llano APU in most applications and games, becoming worthy replacements for Llano.
During the month of December will discontinue its APU AMD A8-3870K, A8-3850, A4-3400 and A4-3300, in addition to the CPU athlon II X4 Athlon II X4 651K and 641, which will be followed by the rest of microprocessors and APUs Llano-based, which will be discontinued gradually from January to March next year.
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