AMD were also joined by some of the biggest partners of theirs including the likes of Asus, Gigabyte, MSI and Sapphire who will be using the Fusion APU platform, joined with the Hudson M1 chipset to offer an all-in-one solution aimed at the budget market, leaving the options open for the likes of HTPC users.
If you remember the Fusion Mini-ITX preview we did last week, we showed some of the boards that we can expect to be released including the Asus E35M1-I Deluxe with its passive cooling solution, giving it a certain edge over the competitors
Thanks to our friends at AMD, we have been supplied with the E35M1-M Pro to see how it fairs in a variety of the latest gaming benchmarks, video rendering, and CPU intensive tests. With a low wattage design and packed full of features, how will this perform in real world tasks?
Looks pretty badass. I would only want one for a mobile platform or HTPC but that UEFI is appealing.
EDIT: I should mention that the video goes through the UEFI