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so does this mean amd fusion chip > sandy bridge? o.O
Yeah. The benchmark pretty clearly shows that the on die GPU for llano is stronger than Sandy Bridge's GPU. Impressive indeed. The CPU is a different story all together...

Though, I think AMD is going down the right path. The average consumer will quickly notice things like skipping YouTube video playback and only really needs so much CPU speed.
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Where'd you get that info, with Sandy having a 200Mhz advantage it'd seem pretty fair to assume Sandy'd perform better, though the benchmark may be saying otherwise... it doesn't actually say clock speeds though

Also, notice the specs... they don't mention processor clock speed or processor naming significance, but they do mention AMD Radeon HD6620M
There we go, we have an idea of where performance is going to be at. Considering this is integrated graphics on CPU die, that is extremely good
I listened to the Goldman Sachs Investor call, where AMD CFO (Acting CEO) quoted the Llano frequency mentioned in the demo is 1.8 Ghz , so slower clocked Llano beats higher clocked Sandy ... Thats interesting ..
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hmm... i want this in a 13'' ultra portable laptop for under $700
That'd be a kick in the pants for Apples new 13" MBP. Doesn't even matter if its as good just as long as it much cheaper.
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Actually it's based on the Bulldozer core using modules. None of AMD's new chips will be using the Phenom core.
Are you sure on that?

From Anantech:

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The 2011 mainstream desktop platform is called Lynx, purr. It comes with the Llano APU, which as I mentioned before, doesn’t use Bulldozer. Instead Llano is made up of as many as four 32nm Phenom II-like cores. Llano also features an integrated DX11 GPU. Llano will require a new socket as the pinout will have to support video out just like Intel’s Clarkdale.
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Wow! I am buying one for sure.

Dear ASUS and Toshiba, release them ASAP.
Tell me about it =____=

edit: and of course they chose workloads that the Llano would excel at. Overall performance is still yet to be seen. Crossing my fingers for April xD
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Tell me about it =____=

edit: and of course they chose workloads that the Llano would excel at. Overall performance is still yet to be seen. Crossing my fingers for April xD
well they did do the excel spreadsheet thing I would think sandybridge would have a win in that category...?
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well they did do the excel spreadsheet thing I would think sandybridge would have a win in that category...?
Not when the CPU has to make up for the GPU's lost time. It's all about rounded efficiency and making everything run evenly. I'm sure as the APU progresses we will see full speed clocks with better integration, which might make for one hell of a desktop. Think about it, releasing the same GPU/CPU (APU) once a year. DX could become stable, we could get games that devs WANT to program. I know this makes things more like a console and a slightly longer wait.... But honestly, this is going to be much better than dealing with the muck we have today.
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wow this is impressive. seeing they consume less power I wonder what's the battery life of these laptops
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Did anyone else notice that the Intel setup is using a desktop Asus H67 motherboard? That could skew the power consumption up for Intel quite a bit...
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I listened to the Goldman Sachs Investor call, where AMD CFO (Acting CEO) quoted the Llano frequency mentioned in the demo is 1.8 Ghz , so slower clocked Llano beats higher clocked Sandy ... Thats interesting ..
What ? Do you know that this demonstration for the GPU performance ?

Llano doesn't have any chance in CPU benchmarks, since it is based on deneb architecture (like Athlon II/Phenom II). SB quad core with HT beats Phenom II X6 in both multi-threaded and single-threaded applications. And you are telling me that quad core Deneb beat higher clocked SB ?
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