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Its going to be all about parnters and OEMs with these chips. If vendors can market these as gaming machines and appeal to the market AMD will do well. You can't quite call an i3 or i5 equipped machine gaming ready. The thing is, an APU is a CPU first. Intel processor offer more performance in integer and floating point, the company has much better marketing, and a much stronger relationship with OEM partners then AMD does.
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Its going to be all about parnters and OEMs with these chips. If vendors can market these as gaming machines and appeal to the market AMD will do well. You can't quite call an i3 or i5 equipped machine gaming ready. The thing is, an APU is a CPU first. Intel processor offer more performance in integer and floating point, the company has much better marketing, and a much stronger relationship with OEM partners then AMD does.
Yes thats true but on a comparison basis there are still clear wins over intel.

Intel beat AMD on integer performance yes
AMD beat Intel at gpu performance
AMD is DX11 and supports 1080p HD video
Intel is DX10 and stutters on most 1080p content

In my eyes unless you need raw cpu the AMD come up on top. Especially when you weight up the cost of buying.
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AMD needs to push their apu's as hard as they can, if they can hit the mid-end+ gaming market for laptops they will just dominate all laptop sales as long as they market it well too.

Because they'll be able to undercut intel/nvidia and at the same time beat out optimus (which isnt too great anyways) creating an amazing laptop. Sadly I dont see them pushing the gpu side till next year, which by then who knows how the market will be
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Intel is DX10 and stutters on most 1080p content
What graphics are we talking about here? Clarkdale and sandy bridge can handle 1080p no problem.
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What graphics are we talking about here? Clarkdale and sandy bridge can handle 1080p no problem.
Let alone, on sandy bridge it actually decodes better then any GPU on the market. (if I have my terms correct).
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What graphics are we talking about here? Clarkdale and sandy bridge can handle 1080p no problem.
That I don't now...I know that the Intel Atom chipset's IGP stutters like crap on 1080p and 720p.

I haven't seen any tests comparing the SB IGP but then again, why would you until this is actually launched where as Zacate launched to compete with the Atom. But this APU will beat all Intel IGP's so no comparison there. You would have to move into the realm of nVidia IGP's with Intel processors to get a comparison.
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That I don't now...I know that the Intel Atom chipset's IGP stutters like crap on 1080p and 720p.

I haven't seen any tests comparing the SB IGP but then again, why would you until this is actually launched where as Zacate launched to compete with the Atom. But this APU will beat all Intel IGP's so no comparison there. You would have to move into the realm of nVidia IGP's with Intel processors to get a comparison.
There's quite a difference between Atom's onboard and even Clarkdale's GPU. Let alone Sandy.

OT: Color me confused, I thought Llano was also a desktop part?
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Oh man, this is super early I thought the release date was June
I'm guessing FX-series follows in May

Oh and the Intel Atom 3150 IGP cannot even play 480p on YouTube smoothly according to other reviews. Which means you are stuck to 360p which, additionallty, has much worse audio quality. Clarkdale and SB are better; only minimum lag on 1080/24p content was reported for Clarkdale, and none on SB. However, AMD Llano APUs (official graphics model number is the HD 6620) will be many tiers up and equal to HD 5570-5670 performance).
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What graphics are we talking about here? Clarkdale and sandy bridge can handle 1080p no problem.
Ok yeah I mixed up there. I thought id read somewhere people having issues with 1080p and 3D 1080p stuttering on clarkdale. But anyhoo im interested to see how these systems will price up. Id be even more interested if they made a netbook like an eee pc with one in. The e-350 is nice but really it would be nicer to have a quad core with decent gpu in a netbook form factor. At least until krishna comes out 2012 anyhoo.
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