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AMD Fusion is the marketing name for a series of APUs by AMD. There are two flavors of Fusion currently available, one with its CPU logic based on the Bobcat core and the other its CPU logic based on the 10h core. In both cases the GPU logic is HD6xxx, which itself is based on the mobile variant of the Radeon HD 5xxx Series. Fusion was announced in 2006 and has been in development since then. The final design is the product of the merger between AMD and ATI, combining general processor execution as well as 3D geometry processing and other functions of modern GPUs (like GPGPU computation) into a single die.9 This technology was shown to the general public in January 2011 at CES. In the same year AMD introduced Bulldozer for Socket AM3+ and for the server market.

2011 Platform































Platform

Series

Codename

Status

Launch Date

Process

TDP

CPU cores

Radeon Shader

DirectX Version

OpenGL Version

OpenCL Version

Brazos

Z-series

Desna

Launched1011

June 2011

40 nm Bulk

W

2 Bobcat cores

Evergreen 80

DirectX 11

OpenGL 4.1

OpenCL 1.1

C-series
G-series

Ontario

Launched

Q1 2011

40 nm Bulk

9 W

1-2 Bobcat cores

Evergreen 80

E-series
G-series

Zacate

Launched

Q1 2011

40 nm Bulk

18 W

1-2 Bobcat cores

Evergreen 80

Lynx (Desktop)
Sabine (Mobile)

A8-series
A6-series
A4-series
E2-series

Llano

Launched

June 2011

32 nm SOI

25 W-​100 W

2-4 K10 "Husky" cores

Evergreen 160-400





































2012 Platforms































Platform

Series

Codename

Status

Launch Date

Process

TDP

CPU cores

Radeon Shader

DirectX Version

OpenGL Version

OpenCL Version

Brazos-T

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Hondo

Canceled

H1 2012

40 nm Bulk

<4.5 W12

2 Bobcat cores

Evergreen

DirectX 11

OpenGL 4.1

OpenCL 1.1

Deccan

E2-series
E-series
C-series
G-series

Krishna

Canceled

H1 2012

28 nm Bulk

9 W

1-2 Enhanced Bobcat cores

Northern Islands

Wichita

Canceled

H1 2012

28 nm Bulk

20 W

2-4 Enhanced Bobcat cores

Northern Islands

Virgo (Desktop)
Comal (Mobile)

A8-series
A6-series
A4-series

Trinity
Weatherford
Richland

In Development

H1 2012

32 nm SOI




2-4 Enhanced Bulldozer "Piledriver" cores

Northern Islands

2013 platforms

According to presentations revealed by technology website DonanımHaber,12 the successor to Hondo is codenamed Samara.



Processing power

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Netbook with AMD Fusion C-50 - Acer Aspire One 522

The available memory bandwidth of single-controller DDR3-1066, which both the CPU and the GPU have to share, is comparable to the available memory bandwidth of stand-alone graphics cards:



  • Bandwidth of single-controller DDR3-1066 interconnect bus

  • Comparison of AMD graphics processing units

  • Comparison of Nvidia graphics processing units

  • Comparison of Intel graphics processing units

Comparison of CPU core power
(using
Prime95 Benchmark1314)
Platform CPU-Model

Frequency
(per core)
MHz


FFT Benchmark
(FFT length 2048K)
ms


FFT Benchmark
(FFT length 4096K)
ms


Trial Factoring Benchmark
(factor length 65bit)
ms


Intel Atom 330

1596

664.39

1399.43

46.63

Intel Atom D510

1664

585.91

1954.40

38.65

Intel Pentium III

1151

438.10

922.58

50.59

AMD Athlon

1054

457.40

774.49

56.08

AMD Fusion C-50

697

323.93

694.88

23.44

AMD Fusion E-350

1596

222.03

491.02

15.18

AMD Athlon XP 2000+

1640

201.21

448.28

32.80

Intel Pentium 4

3078

72.40

162.02

14.91

AMD Phenom II X4 965

3414

34.86

76.27

4.59

AMD Phenom II X6 1100T

3310

32.68

69.54

3.85

Intel Core i5-2500K

3330

23.94

53.24

3.49

Intel Core i7-2600K

3463

21.75

45.35

3.67



Current platforms

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AMD Fusion Logo

Brazos (Ultra-portable)

AMD Ultrathin Platform was introduced on January 5, 2011, as the fourth AMD mobile platform targeting the ultra-portable notebook market. It features the 40 nm AMD Ontario (a 9-watt APU for netbooks and small form factor desktops and devices) and Zacate (an 18-watt TDP APU for ultrathin, mainstream, and value notebooks as well as desktops and all-in-ones) APUs. Both low-power APU versions feature two Bobcat x86 cores and fully supports DirectX11, DirectCompute (Microsoft programming interface for GPU computing) and OpenCL (cross-platform programming interface standard for multi-core x86 and accelerated GPU computing). Both also include UVD dedicated hardware acceleration for HD video including 1080p resolutions.15161718 This platform consists of:



AMD mobile

Initial platform

Mobile processor

Processors

  • Single or Dual-core 64-bit processors codenamed Ontario, Zacate and with the followings:

    • made on 40 nm CMOS process

    • support for DDR3 1066 MHz memory

    • 9 W or 18 W TDP

  • Radeon HD 6xxx GPU on 40 nm process

    • Cedar graphics core with 80 SP

    • DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.0 and OpenCL 1.1

    • UNB/MC Bus interface

    • no double-precision FP

    • angle independent anisotropic filtering, UVD 3

    • Eyefinity capabilities, supporting up to 3 outputs

Mobile chipset

  • A50M (Hudson-M1)






Brazos IGP Overview

Model

Released

Code name

Fab (nm)

Core Clock (MHz)

Config core1

Fillrate

Shared Memory

GFLOPS

Combined TDP2 (W)

Notes

Pixel (GP/s)

Texture (GT/s)

Bandwidth (GB/s)

Bus type

Bus width (bit)




Idle

Max.




Radeon HD 625019

Nov 9, 201020

Palm13458
, Sumo12, Wrestler21N 1

40

28019

80:8:4

1.12

2.24

8.525

DDR3-1066

64

44.8




9




Radeon HD 6290

500

Radeon HD 6310

2.0

4.0

80




18




Radeon HD 6320

500/508(?)-600

DDR3-1333

  • 1 Unified Shaders (Vertex shader/Geometry shader/Pixel shader) : Texture mapping unit : Render Output unit

  • 2 TDP specified for AMD reference designs, includes CPU power consumption. Actual TDP of retail products may vary.

    1. ^ used in C-30 (1.2 GHz) and C-50 (1.0 GHz) APU, paired with Hudson-M1 SB, socket FT1 (BGA-413)

"Ontario" (40 nm)

  • All models support: SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4a, NX bit, AMD64, PowerNow!, AMD-V

  • Memory support: DDR3 SDRAM, DDR3L SDRAM (Single-channel, up to 1066 MHz)

  • Config GPU are Unified Shaders (Vertex shader/Geometry shader/Pixel shader) : Texture mapping unit : Render Output unit

Model Number

Step.

CPU

GPU

Memory
Support


UMI

TDP

Socket

Released

Part Number

Cores

Freq.

Turbo

L2 Cache

Multi

Voltage

Model

Config

Freq. (Turbo)



















C-30

B0

1

1.2 GHz

N/A

512 KB

12×

1.25 - 1.35

HD 6250

80:8:4

276 MHz

DDR3-1066

2.5 GT/s

9 W

Socket FT1
(BGA-413)

January 4, 2011

CMC30AFPB12GT

C-50

2

1.0 GHz

2 × 512 KB

10×

1.05 - 1.35

277 MHz

CMC50AFPB22GT

C-60




1.33 GHz




HD 6290

276(400) MHz

August 22, 2011





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