AMD Fusion Driver
AMD has melded a processor and a graphics chip together, but is this development as revolutionary as AMD claims? Seth Barton takes a look. This week at CES, AMD is launching their AMD Fusion family of Accelerated Processing Units (APUs). What's an APU? An APU is the. AMD Fusion is a code name for AMD's series of accelerated processing units (APUs), which combine the functions of a multicore CPU and a discrete DirectX capable graphics card into a single die - an APU. This gives devices powered by the CPU greater processing power, especially in terms of graphics.
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AMD Fusion Driver
The core idea is still to build in graphics processors, but not just to provide graphical output. Instead AMD wants to fully harness AMD Fusion parallel processing power in modern graphics processing units GPUs for use with a far wider range of applications. AMD Fusion products will power netbooks, laptops, desktops and even servers.
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The core idea is still to AMD Fusion in graphics processors, but not just to provide graphical output. Figure 1 illustrates the roadmap for Exascale Computing.
Strengthening the combination AMD Fusion and accomplishing load balancing are the main targets to tone with the needs of each application, by refraining from idle time for both Processing Units PUs. Additional hardware e.
Not all AMD Fusion may be supported on all components or systems - check with your component or system AMD Fusion for specific model capabilities and supported technologies. In Dirt 2, Codemasters' awesome driving game, frame rates were a mixed bag.
AMD's new Fusion processors provide enough graphics horsepower to satisfy many of the AMD Fusion power-hungry executives, and we believe it will make a strong showing in that market segment. AMD's graphics and computing technologies power a variety of devices AMD Fusion PCs, game consoles and the powerful computers that drive the Internet and businesses. DirectX is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.