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Well, when it is, know that I was the first.
Not if I delete this thread.

J/K I wouldn't do that.
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Originally Posted by corky dorkelson View Post
Not if I delete this thread.

J/K I wouldn't do that.
ahh ninjas!?!?! it's on!

edit: you know...you could always just change the forum name.

Some light reading to help the cause (wikipedia):

An Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) is a processing system that includes additional processing capability designed to accelerate one or more types of computations outside of a CPU. This may include a graphics processing unit (GPU), a field-programmable gate array (FPGA), or similar specialized processing system. Variations on the usage of this term include a marketing based variation in which APU describes a processing device which integrates a CPU and a GPU on the same die thus improving data transfer rates between these components while reducing power consumption. APUs can also include video processing and other application-specific accelerators. Examples: AMD Fusion, Intel HD Graphics and NVIDIA's Project Denver.
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post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by morphus1 View Post
what about AMD P.U

EDIT: for those that don't get it say it aloud ;P
I love AMD. Dork haha
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