AMD is preparing to release two new generations of APUs for laptops – models Carrizo and Carrizo-L. What is coming in the desktop segment? AMD is preparing to release two new generations of APUs for laptops – models Carrizo and Carrizo-L. What awaits us in the desktop segment? Service TechReport revealed quite surprising information on this topic – it turns out that the manufacturer does not plan to spend their desktop counterparts. This would mean, we will continue to have to deal with models Kaveri APU(eg. They have recently announced AMD A8-7650K) and then probably waiting for us debut of an entirely new generation of processors (on the sidelines talking about models based on microarchitecture mysterious Zen x86). It is thus seen that the Sunnyvale giant decided to focus on notebook platforms.

AMD Carrizo APU will not appear on the Desktop platform


AMD Carrizo and Carrizo-L are to debut in the middle of this year and according to the manufacturer’s announcement, we should expect a much higher energy efficiency. In addition, it plans to increase the availability of devices with its upcoming processors – let us hope that the plan is successful and on store shelves we will find more AMD logos. If you think AMD is totally neglecting desktop players then you might be wrong as according the Interview of Lisa SU they are actually looking to make a great comeback near future.

Source: TechReport

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