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Old Oct 19, 2010, 01:19 AM   #1
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AMD has announced that their next generation graphics products will be released later this week. Check out the first official pictures, and also our report on AMD's FUSION Accelerated Processing Unit 'Llano', due early next year.

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AMD has announced that their next generation graphics products will be released later this week. Check out the first official pictures, and also our report on AMD's FUSION Accelerated Processing Unit 'Llano', due early next year.

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That Llano test board looks like a laptop motherboard...it'll be great to see some numbers off that hardware.
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That Llano test board looks like a laptop motherboard...it'll be great to see some numbers off that hardware.
Looking at it in person ... that'd be one hellahuge laptop!
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Not sure how you'd use the full PCI-E x16 slot on it, either.
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Not sure how you'd use the full PCI-E x16 slot on it, either.
My scale was a bit off...maybe a server board?
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Nah, it's a mule prototype board that has various connection options so different functions can be tested. It's big, it's got odd connectors, it's not a final design in any way, shape or form.
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Nah, it's a mule prototype board that has various connection options so different functions can be tested. It's big, it's got odd connectors, it's not a final design in any way, shape or form.
Ahh, OK...thought it looked sorta odd, not much like your standard desktop board.
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Yeah, look at the fact there are no memory slots, plus edge connectors on all four sides; nothing for final production about it.
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I think people are getting to caught up in the baord. Instead I would direct your focus to that miniscule heat sink. Small chip low heat... When I saw this my gut reaction was that this sucker could be passively cooled with some of the heatsinks out there and a good air flow case.
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