AMD has announced the seventh generation of mobile APU A-Series

AMD has announced the seventh generation mobile hybrid processors A-Series, also known codenamed Bristol Ridge. While this is a preliminary announcement, the ceremonial release of the series will be held Computex 2016, which will be held from may 31 to June 4 in Taipei.
AMD has announced the seventh generation of mobile APU A-Series
Line mobile APU Bristol Ridge is a fourth generation Bulldozer microarchitecture and use a processor core Excavator. At the moment, the processors have started to ship to OEM partners in versions with two or four cores Excavator and graphics Radeon R7 or R5. The main difference from Carrizo Bristol Ridge running in the middle of 2015, was the implementation of the controller DDR4. According to the manufacturer, Bristol Ridge got 50% improved CPU performance compared to Kaveri generation, launched in 2014, and by approximately 10% compared to Carrizo.
AMD has announced the seventh generation of mobile APU A-Series
Chips with energopotrebleniem 15-35 watts allows you to play videos in resolutions up to Ultra HD 4K and also support AMD’s FreeSync technology. They are ideal for creating ultra-thin laptops and computers-monoblocks.

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