Motherboard AMD E3850 GIGABYTE GA-A75M-UD2H

September 12, 2011

After our recent foray into country “APU” AMD with excellent luxury E35M1-I AMD has once again pushed the limits of the technology group of the APU Llano.

The APU Llano (the variety of desktop test here is the code name ‘Lynx’) contains the CPU, GPU and northbridge. As a result production costs and physical costs of energy means greatly reduced cost to consumers is low and a level of competitive performance is maintained while providing a convenient and efficient.

Motherboard AMD E3850 GIGABYTE GA-A75M-UD2H

The E3850 today’s test is the highest performance model in the initial launch of AMD. It contains a quad-core 2.9GHz is going to useful. It is based on the K10. 5 Architecture used in its current quad-core models at the same time lacks the L3 cache on Phenom II contains twice the L2 cache of Athlon II – there are also additional adjustments to the architecture to improve performance and help the position that only two kinds of CPU.

Also present is the GPU. This is where the solution of AMD than Intel’s current offerings. Instead of a cut graphics processor design incorporates the Llano HD6550D a kernel based on the 5670 “Redwood.” You have to compete very well with some affordable graphics cards and even manage to provide enough performance for modern games fairly reasonable accommodation.

Harnessing this energy is A75M-UD2H Gigabytes. MATX design is probably the preferred form factor for most HTPC and “Compact” is based PC. As a Gigabyte design is sure to be a robust and reliable component with premium components and sport truly innovative design touches.

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