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I've been waiting for Trinity since... Llano? lol i would like to upgrade my E-350 based HTPC to a Trinity ITX build. Though I was hoping for a April Release as initial rumors suggested that

I heard May 15th... for the initial release. Still not that far away at all.
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Cant wait to make a sweet lan rig!
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Awesome! Now time to put some money aside for a new HTPC.
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These chips sure do have a lot of potential.


At this point though I'd still rather have something like an i3 and 7770 in any HTPC build that would be used for gaming. It's great that you can play games on these but the framerates/settings don't impress me. Once they are able to push out 1080p at medium/low I'll be more interested.

For now I'd only buy these chips in a laptop.
    
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These chips sure do have a lot of potential.
At this point though I'd still rather have something like an i3 and 7770 in any HTPC build that would be used for gaming. It's great that you can play games on these but the framerates/settings don't impress me. Once they are able to push out 1080p at medium/low I'll be more interested.
For now I'd only buy these chips in a laptop.

My 3870k plays BF3 at 1080p at medium settings around 30-40fps so trinity should have no problem getting 60fps at 1080p. Maybe you should be interested now. Check out the benchmarks at release. Only time will tell but I wouldnt be so quick to brush it off because Trinity should be able to do what you think it cant. I play BF3 at 1080p all the time with 3870k with no problems at auto settings which puts most of them at medium and some at low and I get at least 30fps.

Just saying Trinity should defintely be something to look into if you're a gamer and dont have a huge budget for intel chips and discrete gpus.... You should be able to build a nice budget gaming rig for under $400 with Trinity that should play any game at 1080p.... Im mean they did do a demo of Trinity running eyefnity at 5760x1080 playing dirt 3 so it should have no problem with one monitor at 1080.
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