According to leaked specs, AMD is pushing Kaveri as an all-round performer.
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.
We take a look at how pricing for AMD’s processors has fared this month.
Is AMD killing off their desktop lineup next year? It certainly seems that way.
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.
A leaked PDF notes the new socket and also updates the company’s APU roadmap.
A little faster than Trinity for not much more money
Improved memory controller, 30% performance increase promised over Trinity.
Consoles are dirt-cheap, but can you build a PC for the same money that plays most games nicely?
If you’re looking to downsize your computer, be sure to refer to our list of the best ITX motherboards available.
Your motherboard choice can make dealing with the upgrade bug a lot easier.