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AMD Llano APU prices leak

AMD Llano APU prices leak

If the thought of the AMD Llano family of Fusion APUs has you all excited for some CPU and integrated GPU love, prices on some of that hardware have now leaked. According to some research, DigiTimes did on the coming Llano parts and some Bulldozer parts the prices look pretty good. The chart DigiTimes cooked up even puts the competing Intel product into the mix.

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AMD CEO Resigns, Search Begins for Replacement

AMD CEO Resigns, Search Begins for Replacement

Breaking just now, just a moment ago, AMD have announced that their CEO Dirk Meyer has resigned and that they've temporarily assigned Vice President and CFO Thomas Seifert to his post. They've begun searching with their CEO Search Committee which is led by Bruce Claflin, Chairman of AMD's Board of Directors. You know what that means? Everyone get your resumes out, get all your business cards stacked up, your dohnuts eaten, and grab that super hard job and rock it!

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AMD Zacate teased: 18W AMD Fusion APU processor for budget PCs

AMD Zacate teased: 18W AMD Fusion APU processor for budget PCs

AMD are teasing a preview of their upcoming AMD Fusion APU - codenamed Zacate - which the company promises will pull high-end media and DirectX 11 capabilities into mainstream computers.  Zacate is a dual-core, 18W TDP processor with a separate on-die GPU, and while priced to suit budget notebooks and desktops is nonetheless able to stream Full HD video and delivery an accelerated browsing experience.

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AMD Ontario ultraportable CPU set for Q4 2010 release

AMD Ontario ultraportable CPU set for Q4 2010 release

AMD's Ontario processor for ultraportables and netbooks should see a release in Q4 2010, according to company CEO Dirk Meyer.  Speaking after AMD's financial results call, which Seeking Alpha transcribed, Meyer confirmed that Ontario is now set to arrive "in the fourth quarter of this year, ahead of schedule"; the CPU couples the company's low-power Bobcat core with integrated DirectX 11 graphics.

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AMD Releases SSE5, Makes X86 Faster

AMD Releases SSE5, Makes X86 Faster

So the processors using this new instruction set aren’t due to be released until 2009, but AMD wants to give people time to make compilers utilizing this instruction set and give programmers time to get used to/start implementing the changes.

So what changes for the programmers? First of all, instead of having to empty at least one of the two registers storing the two numbers to be operated on, before they can store the answer, they will now just be able to store it in a third, so less juggling.

Crysis 3 PC requirements land, get ready to upgrade

Crysis 3 PC requirements land, get ready to upgrade

For years now, we've used the Crysis series to determine how good a PC is at a glance, with enthusiasts today still asking "But can it run Crysis?" when you bring up your PC's technical specifications. It looks like Crysis 3 will continue the series' trend of demanding a lot of power, as Electronic Arts has released the PC requirements for the incoming game. Luckily, EA has share the requirements two months before Crysis 3 launches, which is good since it sounds like some of us will have to spend some time upgrading.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 26 2011

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 26 2011

Welcome to the latest edition of the SlashGear Week in Review. Lots of stuff happened in the tech world this week with some cool new gear turning up and a few interesting DIY projects as well. One of those DIY projects was this cool surfboard made from 72 beer cans. The board actually works too, assuming you know how to surf.

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