In his own event in San Francisco, California, Advanced Micro Devices-based laptop showed a fusion of next-generation A-series accelerated processing unit (APU), code-named Trinity. This is the first time Trinidad AMD shows a propulsion system operation up and closing. Unfortunately, AMD has not demonstrated its next generation of ultra low power platform PC netbooks and ultra-thin phones.
In the event, AMD showed off a prototype laptop based on the fusion Trinidad APU running the latest video game Deus Ex. Unfortunately, the company did not disclose the details of system performance and also kept his mouth shut about the exact specifications of highly integrated chip. This is not the first revelation of a system based on the Trinity by AMD. What particular demonstration shows is that AMD codenamed accelerated processing unit of the Trinity is mature enough to run smoothly for many hours. AMD Second-generation code-named Trinity APU to include personal computers (notebook and desktop Comal Virgo) will be made by SOI 32nm process technology at GLOBALFOUNDRIES HKMG. The APU will have up to four x86 cores driven by increased Bulldozer / architecture Hammer, AMD Radeon HD 7000-series “Southern Islands” graphics core with DirectX 11 support class graphics, DDR3 memory controller and other improvements. The chips will be compatible with the new infrastructure FM2.
AMD claims that the Trinity is offering up to 50% improvement in GFLOPS performance with the same energy as at present has a number, “Llano” Apus similar horsepower GFLOPS with 50% reduction in consumption energy.
Sources with knowledge of AMD‘s plans said the company intends to release the first fusion Trinidad APU in the second quarter of 2012, less than a year after the company launched its accelerated processing units Llano.
Unfortunately, AMD has not demonstrated its next generation of Wichita system on chip for netbooks and ultra-thin portable entry-level exposure. The chip is made using 28nm process technology and is supposed to sometimes in 2012.