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RumorTT: Trinity provides up to 29% faster productivity, 56% faster graphics than Llano

A leaked AMD marketing slide shows promising performance increases for Trinity or Llano.

| CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: Apr 4, 2012 4:30 pm

Good old leaks, you got to love them to get some insight into upcoming products. In this case, we have a leaked AMD marketing slide which was meant to be for AMD's industry partners. The slide is claiming that Trinity will provide up to 29% faster productivity, or CPU performance in other terms, and up to 56% faster graphics performance than the current Llano.

 

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The graphics performance appears to be on-par with early test results which lends credibility to the numbers quoted. The slide also claims that Trinity is optimized for Windows 8, and looking at the instruction set, this could very well be true. It is said to feature the third generation auto-overclocking technology, TurboCore 3.0. The mobile version is designed to give 12 hours of resting battery-life.

 

These are set to launch in this quarter, or in other words, before July.

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