AMD & ATI Brazos Platform Driver
Meet the Brazos. The platform is called Brazos. This is the whole reason AMD bought ATI, Zacate and Ontario are its first CPU-GPU hybrids. We all knew that when AMD bought ATI many years ago that the We found the Brazos platform was able to do everything we wanted it to do. AMD Financial Analyst DayProducts GroupRick Bergman, Senior Vice ATI discrete graphicsEnthusiast“Lynx” Platform.
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AMD & ATI Brazos Platform Driver
Comments The netbook and nettop market segments have substantially grown in the last few years, and with it a whole new wave of compact and energy efficient computing platforms. Although this may seem like a relatively new idea, it actually isn't.
So yes, we have thrown AMD's newly minted Brazos platform into the ring against Intel's Pine Trail the latest Atom platform and forced the two of them to fight it out against a backdrop that includes the full range of today's desktop processors. We think it's an intriguing exercise.
Of course, we've also taken time to investigate the question of adequacy for basic computing tasks, which will be critical success of these low-cost, lower-power platforms, regardless of how they match up to the big boys. Brazos busts out Let's back up a second, for those who aren't yet fully acquainted with AMD's Brazos platform, and do some quick introductions. We've already previewed Brazos and taken a preliminary look at AMD & ATI Brazos Platform performance, in case you missed those articles.
In sum, Brazos is a low-cost, low-power, PC-compatible computing platform that aimed at a number of places where traditional PC processors won't always easily fit: You'll grasp the basic concept behind Brazos if you compare it to the most common variants of Intel's Atom, although AMD has promised superior integrated graphics and video decode acceleration for Brazos—key pain points for a lot of Atom-based systems. Embedded product designers are taking to AMD & ATI Brazos Platform industry's green challenge to design a broad range of next-generation applications for the industrial control, point-of-sale, medical appliance and transportation markets.
For example, industrial customers can use the APU to help create greener factories based on more power-efficient factory hardware. Performance improvements over the previous generation allow gamers on the go to play titles that would not have been previously possible.
This can be used to accelerate everything from artificial intelligence AI in games to facial recognition in photo and video editing applications. This motherboard uses all high-quality conductive polymer capacitors onboard for durability, improved lifespan, and enhanced thermal capacity Fanless Design Heatsink Effective Fanless Heat Dissipation at 0dB The passive cooling solution provided by the large yet low profiled heatsink covering the CPU and AMD & ATI Brazos Platform graphic processor, allows the powerful yet compact system to be cooled within limited spacing.
With the additional support of fan headers, users are able to build compact yet flexible systems like never before.