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|22nd July 2010, 17:56||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Llano CPU power inferior to Sandy Bridge
Llano is the first real Fusion product, something that we have been waiting for almost five years. When we say real, then we mean that it has the high performance x86 core inside, something that goes neck to neck with current Core i generation as well s Phenom IIís and Athlon IIís.
AMD should show Ontario, a 40nm Atom competitor powered with Bobcat core, in late 2010 with volume shipmets in early 2011. This one does not compete with Arrandale and Clarkdale or Sandy Bridge, Intel's all integrated CPU scheduled for early 2011.
Since Llano is 32nm, it has a new core that is unfortunately based on K10 concepts. The K10 got shrunk from 65nm to 45nm and it looks like that Llano will get this same core, optimized and shrunk once again.
|22nd July 2010, 20:07||#2|
Of course Llano is going to lose out on the CPU performance front, that's not news. The news is the (purported) graphics performance.
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