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AMD’s Fusion APU Pitted Against 21 Desktop CPUs

February 25th, 2011 02:38 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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crookedvulture writes “When AMD unveiled the Bobcat CPU architecture behind its first Fusion APUs, the company claimed its Atom-killer would achieve 90% of the performance of mainstream desktop processors. But does it? This article compares the AMD E-350′s performance to more than 20 desktop CPUs between $87 and $999 to find out, and the results aren’t particularly encouraging. Although Fusion offers much better integrated graphics than Intel’s latest Atom, neither stands much chance of keeping up with even low-end desktop CPUs. The E-350 does offer very low power consumption and impressive platform integration, making it a good choice for home-theater PCs and mobile systems. Desktop users are better off waiting for Llano, a Fusion iteration due out this spring.”

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