A talk at APU13 went completely under the radar, but carries some critical observations about Mantle’s performance.
Replaces the HD7770, offers more oomph for less money.
According to leaked specs, AMD is pushing Kaveri as an all-round performer.
Die shots of the APU reveal some surprising details and provide a look into AMD’s future products.
Kaveri could be more powerful than Intel Iris Pro, and some discrete graphics cards
Socket FM2+ will be AMD’s only option in 2014, replacing AM3+ and FM2.
AMD may discuss performance of Kaveri APU with the Mantle API, and how Heterogeneous Software Architecture works.
AMD says that custom APUs will earn them more money than PC’s in the future.
AMD revises their plans to make space for new product launches.
The APU to end all APUs will now only be available in 2014.
Two cheap socket FM2+ motherboards will bring the fight to Intel.
Socket FM2+ will support Kaveri, Trinity and Richland processors.
But Kaveri won’t work on socket FM2.
One of the boards looks like a future design for Kaveri
A leaked PDF notes the new socket and also updates the company’s APU roadmap.
AMD announces improvements to the way the GPU and CPU shares information.
AMD’s new APU products are expected to be shown at Computex Taipei this year.