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Old May 5, 2011, 02:11 PM   #1
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caveman-jim
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AMD Pro-Clockers Finds possible APU product names - and Hybrid Crossfire configurations

It appears that the shiney new Caicos and Turk's GPU's will be Hybrid Crossfire compatible with AMD A-series APU graphics, for both desktop and mobility platforms:

During the few days I spent gathering info and data for the ASRock E350M-1 review I wrote last week, I had downloaded AMD's System Monitor v1.0.0.2 in order to get accurate HD 6310 IGP usage. Being the same inquisitive person I have been, I decided to take a gander inside the ".exe.config" file, since it was larger than usual 1-2KB; coming in at 11K. So like most files that don't have any associated program to open them, I drug it into Notepad and see if it was going to turn into gibberish 'decompiled' programming code, or like a typical config file for a game where it is easily modifiable. While I always hope for the latter I rarely expect it to be the case, so you can understand my slight surprise when it was!


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