A budget-priced, lower-powered, eight-threaded CPU from AMD's FX range. Can it compete against the quad-core i5s?
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The new Jaguar cores inside AMD's latest APU are making waves. That's because they're found in both the new Xbox One console and the PlayStation 4.
Technically, a very interesting chip, but platform limitations put the kybosh on any real appeal.
UPDATEDThe last few months have left me with a rather positive feeling towards AMD. Can this continue with the upgraded AMD FX-4300?
UpdatedThe original FX-6200 impressed us recently with its combination of bargain price, impressive multi-threading performance and serious overclocking chops too. Can the FX-6300 repeat the same trick?
UPDATEDAMD have updated the Piledriver specification to offer some more bang for your buck. Can it go toe-to-toe with Intel this time round?
Take a CPU. Cram in a graphics core. What d'ya got? If you're AMD, it's a Fusion processor.
More features in less space. Is AMD's new Trinity fusion chip for thin-and-light laptops an Intel Ultrabook killer?
While its flagship FX processors are failing to shine it does seem a little on unfair on AMD that at the other end of the market it has a chip which really ought be cleaning up. Its Llano Fusion APUs, which combine a multi-core CPU and a Radeon graphics part on one die, are actually rather good.