During CES 2014, AMD announced their development of their next generation low powered APUs being designed for tablets, notebooks and small form factor systems. Detailed information is finally available for their new “Beema” and “Mullins” APUs. Beema is being targeted at the notebook, ultrabook and small form factor type systems, while Mullins is geared towards tablet usage. For this generation of APU, AMD has achieved integrating an ARM Cortex A5 for platform security processor, quad Puma+ GPU cores, lowering power usage for CPU, GPU and I/O, increasing the frequency, and increasing the memory bandwidth. In April 2014, AMD invited Legit Reviews to their corporate office to have some hands-on time with their Mullins APU. Read on to see what we learned and how a discovery tablet performed!
Article Title: AMD Beema and Mullins APU Performance – 3rd Generation APUs
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