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    Leaked slides show AMD desktop and mobility roadmaps for 2016

    Desktop roadmap includes 14nm Zen core APU and CPU ranges coming in 2016.
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    Re: Leaked slides show AMD desktop and mobility roadmaps for 2016

    Curious about "secure processor"

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    Re: Leaked slides show AMD desktop and mobility roadmaps for 2016

    at least another year of amd leaking money then... you'd think they'd be trying to speed up the release of a 'high end' desktop cpu

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    at least another year of amd leaking money then... you'd think they'd be trying to speed up the release of a 'high end' desktop cpu
    I would imagine there's enough demand for it. But I doubt they've delayed anything on purpose. That just wouldn't make much sense.. So, once again, I had to go with Intel this time round. Looks like Amd should have something ready by the next time I upgrade though. I hope I can choose Amd next time!

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    Re: Leaked slides show AMD desktop and mobility roadmaps for 2016

    I think they'll use xBox, PS4, Nintendo + Radeon to prop them up this year.
    The Radeons could really bring something interesting to the table.

    Something I find odd from AMD's CPU range, is confusing the consumers by having AM3+, FM2+ and now even more bizarrely AM1 as though we're going round again. So no one really knowing what on earth to go for.
    Intel makes it nice and easy for the mainstream CPUs and majority of retail consumers, from a Celeron to i7 on a single socket.

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    Re: Leaked slides show AMD desktop and mobility roadmaps for 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by AGTDenton View Post
    Intel makes it nice and easy for the mainstream CPUs and majority of retail consumers, from a Celeron to i7 on a single socket.
    Apart from the currently very popular in retail Atom based machines, and the socket 2011 at the high end.

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    Re: Leaked slides show AMD desktop and mobility roadmaps for 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by AGTDenton View Post
    I think they'll use xBox, PS4, Nintendo + Radeon to prop them up this year.
    The Radeons could really bring something interesting to the table.

    Something I find odd from AMD's CPU range, is confusing the consumers by having AM3+, FM2+ and now even more bizarrely AM1 as though we're going round again. So no one really knowing what on earth to go for.
    Intel makes it nice and easy for the mainstream CPUs and majority of retail consumers, from a Celeron to i7 on a single socket.
    I actually find it way easier to understand Amd's sockets. Intel confuses me with all these seemingly random numbers for socket names. But, I didn't know Amd now have a new socket called AM1. Where's the info on that?

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    Re: Leaked slides show AMD desktop and mobility roadmaps for 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by ZaO View Post
    I actually find it way easier to understand Amd's sockets. Intel confuses me with all these seemingly random numbers for socket names. But, I didn't know Amd now have a new socket called AM1. Where's the info on that?
    am1 has been around for quite a while, think of it as the equivalent to atom on intel but with better gpu (in general).

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    am1 has been around for quite a while, think of it as the equivalent to atom on intel but with better gpu (in general).
    I thought AM1 was just the socket they had before AM2. I can't actually remember it though. I remember going from 939 socket to AM2...

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    Re: Leaked slides show AMD desktop and mobility roadmaps for 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by ZaO View Post
    I thought AM1 was just the socket they had before AM2. I can't actually remember it though. I remember going from 939 socket to AM2...
    AM1 is the SoC socket for ultra low power systems (and their newest socket). I use one in the HTPC in my bedroom, very efficient for certain workloads...the entire system is completely silent.

    AMD did jump from Socket 939 to AM2 (disregarding laptop sockets).
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    Re: Leaked slides show AMD desktop and mobility roadmaps for 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by shaithis View Post
    AM1 is the SoC socket for ultra low power systems (and their newest socket). I use one in the HTPC in my bedroom, very efficient for certain workloads...the entire system is completely silent.

    AMD did jump from Socket 939 to AM2 (disregarding laptop sockets).
    Ah ok. Thanks for clearing that up

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    Re: Leaked slides show AMD desktop and mobility roadmaps for 2016

    Hang on!. Last week there were articles, here on Hexus about the new zen core APU featuring 16 Zen (cpu) cores but if you look at the 2016 roadmap, it shows that the cpu (summit ridge) will have only 8 zen cores and the APU (Bristol ridge) will have only 4 zen cores!. What is happening here?. Are we going to get a 16 core Zen APU or CPU?. That aside, I am happy to see, the Zen will be on 14nm. Also, if you look at the 2016 roadmap, it says that the summit ridge (Zen cpu) will be on FM3 platform!. That means really are merging all 3 platforms (AM3, FM2+, Opteron) onto a single, unified platform. Should be interesting....

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