Originally Posted by Dmac73
Anyone discussing APU's in their current state and a Trinity based laptop in the first place are talking in budget terms otherwise everyone would just go buy i7 & 6990M laptops. Hell why even have a market for Trinity?
You didn't answer any question btw, i believe the question consisted of this;
Just typing i guess.
Really? Considering most gaming laptops have that i7q series 2.20ghz stock speed. turbo to 3.3ghz.... if trinity does deliver, do you realize it will run @4ghz turbo speed AND possibly will have much lower power consumption? Don't diss the trinity chip in terms of gaming just yet
Might want to check this out, heh. http://www.overclock.net/t/1219063/engadget-amd-piledriver-cores-will-clock-over-4ghz-employ-resonant-clock-mesh#post_16529300
and I forgot to add that trinity apu's can crossfire their integrated gpu with a dedicated radeon to give you near double the graphic perfomance in games. It will without a doubt be 100% scaling in WOW like llano + dedicated gpu was in my laptop in sig. Also my laptop only costed me 650 at bestbuy! Now imagine the price/performance cost of trinity. if you ask me, I think intel is going to seriously have a run for their money real soon lol. APU's are the future
Ohh and it gets even better because you can probably overclock using k10 stats like llano probably.Edited by BankaiKiller - 2/23/12 at 2:06am